A Message from the President

Credit Unions have been designated an essential service by the Federal Government and as such we are here to serve you, our members.  As an essential service provider, New Horizons understands how the flow of money is vital to the economy, to you, our members and our community.  Your deposits with New Horizons Credit Union are safe they are federally insured National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) which is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government.  Together, we will get through this.

 

New Horizons continues to make service adjustments to fight the spread of COVID-19.

 

Locations

The Downtown’s branch lobby is closed but MSRs will still be handling all transactions.  We ask only 1 person come to the door and you will come in the vestibule to fill out a transaction and slip.  An MSR will meet you at the door to complete your transaction.

All other lobbies are open as they are inside Macys locations.

South Lebanon is providing drive-thru services only.

 

Online/Mobile Banking

Using our digital services, you can do most transactions from your computer or mobile phone. You can pay bills and transfer funds, deposit checks, apply for loans, and more. Click here for more information.

Call 513-562-6600

You can call our main number 513-562-6600 or anyone of branches to assist you in handling transactions, loans and new accounts.

 

In-Person Appointments

If you are unable to complete your transaction in the drive-thru or by using our online/mobile banking services, or you would like to meet with a loan officer, you may call 513-562-6600 during normal business hours to schedule an appointment.

 

Financial Assistance

If you find yourself experiencing financial difficulties due to COVID-19 we encourage you to contact us at 513-562-6600.  We are here for you.

 

New Horizon’s Board, Management Team and staff continue to find solutions to help you, our members, and our family in this time of need.  Please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Sincerely,

Terri L. Van Antwerp,
President