Lancaster Site:

1592 Granville Pike, Lancaster, OH 43130
Mon-Thurs 9-6, Fri 9-5 
Appointments (740) 687-0835
Fax (740) 687-9391
24 Hour Crisis Intervention (740) 687-8255
Pickerington Area Counseling Service and New Horizons Youth and Family Center are now united under one common name-New Horizons Mental Health Services. Same 2 dedicated staff teams; same 2 convenient locations;  1 new name!  

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Pickerington Site:

437 Hill Rd N, Pickerington, OH 43147
​Mon-Thurs 9-8, Fri 9-5
​Appointments (614) 834-1919
​Fax (614) 834-1920


We can help! 

* Life in transition?


* Physical health problem affecting      your mental health?


* Symptoms not connected to a  physical health problem?


* Alcohol and/or Drug problems along  with a mental health issue?


* Difficult with a family or personal  relationship?


* Struggling to well at work, school, or  socially?


* Want a mental health check-up?


* Anxious, hopeless, depressed, stuck  or confused?

First Visit

We start your treatment with a full diagnostic assessment that looks at all facets of your past and present situation.  Then if you wish we work together with you to develop an individualized service plan that contains specific treatment goals and objectives. 

For many conditions a combination of psychotherapy ("talk therapy") and psychiatric care and medication is most effective.  For people with severe and persistent mental illness, case management can be a vital part of the service mix as well. 
All you need to do is call us and request an intake appointment.  A licensed social worker or counselor, trained at the Master's level, will complete the assessment and discuss the results with you.


Reminder-We accept most health insurance plans, Medicaid, and Medicare. A sliding fee schedule is available once again for qualifying individuals/families. Funding from the Fairfield County ADAMH Board makes sliding fees possible.


New Horizons does not deny services based on an individual’s race, color, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or inability to pay.

Get Started

Improving health and well-being through quality mental health care and effective community partnerships.