A New Leaf Women's Domestic Violence Shelters

Shelter details

  • Added May 17, 2021 | Last Update Sep 17, 2021
  • confidential not provided
       Mesa, AZ 85201
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  • (480) 890-3039

Description

To access Centralized Services, call 877-211-8661, for emergency placement at a shelter.

To access The Family Housing Hub, call 602-595-8700. Families will discuss shelter needs and be placed on the service priority list for shelter services.

Faith House Womens Crisis Shelter

Faith house is located in a confidential location to protect the safety of women and children fleeing domestic violence.

A New Leafs Faith House is a 20 unit, 72 beds, 24-hour Emergency Shelter for women and children in crisis. 52 beds (15 units) are reserved for emergency housing up to 120 days, and 20 beds (5 units) are reserved for transitional housing for up to 12 months. This program provides refuge, care, and comprehensive services to assist women and children in overcoming trauma and maintain long-term stability and independence.

For more information: https://www.turnanewleaf.org/services/domestic-violence.html

Contact: (480) 890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS

 

Autumn House Domestic Violence Shelter


Autumn House is located in a confidential location to protect the safety and privacy to those fleeing domestic violence.

A New Leafs Autumn House is a 22-bed domestic violence shelter with full apartment-style units. This program provides security and shelter to families and individuals recovering from the trauma of abuse. Women, children, and men may stay up to 120 days, with referrals to additional services to ensure housing stability.

For more information: https://www.turnanewleaf.org/services/domestic-violence.html

Contact: (480) 890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS

 

Domestic Violence Safe Temporary Overflow Program (DVSTOP)

DVSTOP is located in a confidential location to protect clients and staff.

A New Leafs DVSTOP provides short-term emergency placement at a confidential location to domestic violence victims and their children when Maricopa County domestic violence shelters are full. Services are available to adult victims of domestic violence and adult victims with children who are in need of shelter. Notably, DVSTOP also serves individuals and families that are difficult to place in domestic violence shelters such as: late-term pregnancies, disabled individuals, large families, and men. Those fleeing to DVSTOP are housed and provided basic needs for only a short time, until longer-term shelter/housing can be found.

For more information: https://www.turnanewleaf.org/services/domestic-violence.html

Contact: (480) 890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS

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