New Horizon Loan Program
The New Horizon Loan Program is an alternative assistive technology finance program under the Assistive Technology Act of 2004, Section 4 (e)(2)(A). The purpose of this program is to assist individuals with disabilities finance assistive technology at reasonable interest rates.
The program also offers a telework and self-employment loan, which can assist with the funding of assistive technology and equipment for individuals for work or seeking self-employment opportunities.
While the first hope for applicants is available funding sources such as grants, benefits, and gifts. The team at FAAST understands this is not always the case.
The New Horizon Loan Program can be a great alternative in these situations and provides loans with preferred interest rates, flexible terms, and no prepayment penalties.
While the NHLP still has requirements for credit and debt to income, they are typically more flexible or lower than traditional banking requirements.
These are a few of the things that can be financed through our Loan Program
Read below to find out what is right for you.
Do you need to buy a
Device or Tool
for every day use?
Do you need a
Device or accommodation to
Work or Get to Work??
Do you need help with
Modify your home?
- Hearing and Vision Aids
- Home Modifications & Environmental Controls
- Communication Devices
- Durable Medical Equipment
- Adapted Computers
- Modified or Accessible Vehicles
- Recreational Equipment
- Vehicle Modifications
Telework Business Loans
Loans to help you get back into the workforce
APPLICATION AND INFORMATION SHARING NOTICE
By submitting this application, you are applying for credit with both Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, Inc. (“FAAST”) and Solar Energy Loan Fund of St. Lucie County, Inc. (“SELF”). FAAST and SELF are nonaffiliated non-profit Florida corporations. Furthermore, by submitting this application, you are consenting and agreeing that these third party nonaffiliated non-profits, FAAST and SELF, are allowed to share and disclose personally identifiable financial information and nonpublic personal information collected in this application between each other. Your explicit permission given here is an exception as found in Section 216.15 of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and the Privacy Rule found at 16 C.F.R. Part 313 (May 24, 2000).