New Heights

New Heights is a psycho-social rehabilitation program for adults with mental illness in the Greater Danbury, CT area. New Heights offers a variety of services to meet the varied needs of each consumer in their personal recovery.

  • New Heights is a “consumer run, consumer driven” program; everything about New Heights is consumer driven.
  • We have daily community meetings where we come together as consumers and staff and discuss announcements, concerns, and ideas.
  • We have a Sunshine Committee which is made up of 5 consumers who act as ambassadors of New Heights and help relay concerns or suggestions.
  • New Heights is dedicated to hiring staff who self-identify as being in recovery.
  • We offer support groups featuring topics such as Anger Management, Depression, Schizophrenia, Food & Nutrition, Pathways to Recovery, & Meditation, to name only a few.
  • We offer a computer room that is available at all times where individuals may enhance their skills, write letters, & create resumes.
  • We offer both in-house and community based activities; some examples of community based activities include trips to the movies, parks, beaches, museums, Bronx Zoo, afternoon movies, Wii sports and other games or group activities.
  • We offer lunch every Monday-Thursday at a low cost.
  • New Heights is a safe environment for all who are working toward their personal recovery.

Contact Info

64 West Street
Danbury, CT 06810

Mailing address: PO Box 62 Danbury, CT 06813-0062

(203) 794-0819
Fax: (203) 731-3260

Contact Person: Barbara Bowers ~ bbowers@ccfc-ct.org

Program Hours

Monday through Thursday ~ 8:30am-8:00pm
Saturday ~ 10:00am-3:00pm
Friday & Sunday ~ closed
Holidays ~ Call to check the hours

Client Stories

Six years ago, I was practically homebound and isolated, other than going to the psychiatric clinic for treatment. I met another patient and we became friends. This person was a member of New Heights.

She wanted me to visit this program, but I didn’t have the self confidence and became overwhelmed with new situations. How could a person who couldn’t leave their home join a program of strangers? She kept bugging me over a couple of months to visit.

Eventually I got up the courage and said, “yes.”

On the first day, I did an intake at New Heights and met Ed who is one of the staff members. From that point forward, he and other staff members made a significant difference in my life. The next big step was meeting the members. I was scared, felt inferior, and not good enough. Once I entered the community room, much to my surprise, members started reaching out to me. The groups I and other members attend support and guide us to live a stable and healthier life.

I encourage those of you who need support to join the New Heights Program.

Mike D.

Corporate Offices: 238 Jewett Ave Bridgeport, CT 06606
Phone: 203.416.1503
Fax: 203.372.5045

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