Mesa, AZ - 85203
(480) 969-4024

A New Leaf

A New Leaf inspires and supports individuals and families in their journey to independence.

Autumn house domestic violence shelter (east valley) and faith house domestic violence shelter and transitional home (west valley).

Both shelters provide 120 days of emergency shelter with Faith House having transitional housing to afford victims and their children the time and resources to rebuild their lives.

Services include:    

  • 24-hour crisis hotline    
  • Safe housing, meals and basic needs    
  • Case management, financial coaching and workforce development    
  • Childcare    
  • Counseling for life skills and educational classes

To find placement at either shelter, please call 480-890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS.

DV STOP (Domestic Violence Safe Temporary Overflow Program)

A New Leaf’s DV STOP provides short-term emergency shelter and services to victims of domestic violence and their children while they await the availability of beds in domestic violence shelters countywide.

Nobody in the Valley is turned away due to lack of space.

DV STOP offers:    

  • Crisis intervention and case management    
  • Basic needs assistance

For information and referral, please call 480-890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS.

Domestic Violence Court Advocates A New Leaf domestic violence court advocates are stationed in court facilities and provide anyone who is a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault with assistance regarding:    

Navigation through the protective order process:     

  • Court accompaniment    
  • Resources and referrals    
  • Safety planning

A New Leaf Mission Statement


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  • Reply User   2019-07-04 01:43:21

    I have made two attempts in the lady 2 months to seek shelter from an abusive relationship,that has in a month and a half`s time has gotten progressively worse. Both attempts i was turned away. Spoken to very rudely, unkindly,and with zero compassion or emotional support of any kind. I am still in need and asking for some place to help me. This came from the dv hotline by which we are routed to to be screened and assessed before placement. Twice i experienced the unwillingness to help me.

  • Reply User   2019-04-29 17:49:03

    Hi, I am mom of 6 years old son, and going through Divorce. I am full time student and don't have work. I am looking for housing assistance. please let me know If you can help me anyhow. Thank you so much.

  • Reply User   2019-07-23 20:38:17

    I am 53+ year woman living in my car need to see if you know where i could go have a full time job but have evictions on my credit no one will help me dont make enough money thank you so much i have asthma.

  • Reply User   2019-08-26 22:09:42

    I was referred to you by my case manager at DCS I am in need of housing or any assistance that will assist me with reunification of my babies. Before they put them up for adoption. I do work. I have two jobs but bad rental history. I have two evictions with one judgement. Please can you assist.

  • Reply User   2019-09-25 20:10:54

    I just moved from Illinois and have no family or friends here and I just need help with somewhere to live and help finding employment

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