New Horizons maintains important relationships with the community to improve the experience for you and your child. Below are some important affiliations and links:


4c for Children
4C for Children, the region's principal child-care coordinating ageny was founded in 1972 by a coalition of five agencies and funders committed to ensuring the quality, effectiveness and availability of early childhood learning adn care in the Greater Cincinnati area.


Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency
For nearly 40 years, thousands of youngsters and their families have benefited from CAA Head Start and the wide range of agency programs designed to help low and moderate-income families achieve self-sufficiency. When you enroll your child in Head Start, you have selected one of the best-known early childhood educational programs in the country. Did you know that the Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency’s Head Start:

  • Is the second oldest program in the nation.
  • Is the second largest program in Ohio.
  • Serves nearly 4,000 children and their families in Hamilton County


National Association for the Education of Young Children
NAEYC members are organized in a vibrant network of local, state, and regional Affiliate Groups. These Affiliate Groups are local, state, and regional early childhood associations that share NAEYC goals in working behalf of young children and the early childhood profession.


USDA Approved
CACFP plays a vital role in improving the quality of day care for children by making care more affordable for many low-income families. Through CACFP, 2.9 million children receive nutritious meals and snacks each day as part of their day care.


Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services
New Horizons Child Care Center Cincinnati accepts vouchers from HCJFS which covers part of the cost of child care for eligible low and moderate-income families.


Foreign Languages for Youth (FLY)
The FLY program promotes Foreign Languages for the children. Research shows that the optimal time to learn a second language is before age 12. Instruction through activities such as dialogue, songs, and games are more likely to be absorbed and remembered because children at this age enjoy being involved in these activities.