New Heights

Danbury (Greater Danbury)

New Heights is a wellness and recovery center for adults with mental health concerns. We offer support in every aspect of emotional and physical wellness and provide opportunities for people to connect with each other. We use a strengths based, recovery oriented approach that fuses cultural competency and trauma sensitivity. Our members are our driving force behind all of our programming and often assist with classes and groups.



  • Our DMHAS funded, holistic programming includes classes such as Interpersonal Skills and Assorted Games.
  • From on site gatherings to outside excursions, we promote community activities that enrich our members’ lives.
  • Our facility has computers available where people can enhance their personal skills, job search, create resumes, or access social media.
  • We assist people with connecting to resources and services.
  • A snack bar is open daily.

Who to Contact

Main #: (203) 794-0819
Office #: (203) 916-1757
Fax #: (203) 731-3260

Jeffrey Umansky
[email protected]


64 West Street
Danbury, CT 06810
Mailing address
24 Grassy Plain Street
Bethel, CT 06801

Program Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
9:00AM – 5:00 PM

10:00 AM – 2:00 PM


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