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Dear Veteran,
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Advocate for you!

   The Mission of NH4L is to provide viable resources and training for Veterans and individuals with disabilities; aiding them in transition to financial stability, self-care and independent living.

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     New Horizon 4 Life is an alternative to the typical larger and similar agencies in our industry that offer transportation, consulting, and resources to the Veteran and disabled community. We take great pride in our business model that is designed to provide a high level of personable support services to our clients by recognizing each of them unique to their circumstances.


Our founder, Yvonne Coulson, had first-hand experience, caring for her husband who served in the Air Force for 26 years and fought in the Vietnam War. He returned home after being injured in the line of duty, which caused her and her family to embark on new and unfamiliar territory. She, as his primary care-taker, was faced with many challenges trying to find resources, applying for benefits, working with the VA and more. Nevertheless, she and her family stuck together and did what was necessary to provide proper care for her husband. After this experience, she was determined to be a strong advocate and resource for Veterans and their families. This commitment led to the birth of New Horizon 4 Life (NH4L), a dedication to her husband. Click here to read more about her story.


     We know Vets, disabled adults and their families are facing many of the same challenges and hardships due to lack of resources and support. NH4L understands that most Veterans arriving home from service may not have a strong support system, limited resources, or a family struggling to care for them because of PTSD or other disabilities. Through our community partners NH4L is able to provide our clients and their family with a reliable support system, advocacy, and resources. 

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Transitional Services

- Counseling

- Mental Health Education

- Dependent and Bereavement Guidance

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Benefits Guidance

- VA Benefit Guidance

- Health Insurance   Assistance

- VA Beneficiaries and Dependents Assistance

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Individual, Family and Community Support Services

-Community Outreach Programs

-Individual Support Services

-Family Support Group

-Transportation Services

-Housing Voucher Assistance

-In-Home Care (IHSS) Service Assistance

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Exclusive Membership Program

- Training Classes

- 24/7 Help Desk Access

- Social Activities: Sports and Game Passes

- Unlimited Benefits Assistance

- Free or Low-Cost Transportation Services

- Extended Assistance to Family

- Monthly Updates on Available Resources

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2010 West Avenue K #715

Lancaster, CA 93536


(661) 418-2274


8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Veteran Crisis Line phone number: 1-800-273-8255 press 1

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