Our Mission: Helping Families . . . Changing Lives
We Provide Essential Community Resources
Last year A New Leaf served 24,275 individuals with resources, including homeless and domestic violence shelters with services, affordable housing solutions, youth services, foster care, counseling, financial literacy, neighborhood economic development, workforce support, and community services.
We Change Lives
We provide a broad spectrum of support services to help individuals and families succeed. From basic needs to career development to budgeting, A New Leaf focuses on providing the critical skills to achieve lifelong independence. Our clients’ successes include employment, healthier lifestyles, enhanced life skills, high school diplomas / GEDs, college degrees, and self sufficiency.
A New Leaf was founded in 1971. The agency promotes the concepts of “growth, hope, change and new beginnings.” Throughout its existence, A New Leaf has remained committed to the mission of “Helping Families . . . Changing Lives,” relying on generous donors and volunteers to leverage resources and increase impact. With a strong board and long-time dedicated leadership, A New Leaf serves as a vital community resource.
The demand for additional services led us to expand our programs into a wide array of offerings, including the following:
- Domestic violence shelters, transitional homes, and programming
- Temporary shelter and basic needs, helping the homeless, youth, individuals and families
- Affordable housing support
- Community assistance programs
- Neighborhood economic development
- Workforce support
A New Leaf provides an annual report to the public regarding progress in serving the most vulnerable populations in the Valley. We use pre- and post-standardized assessments, which allow adults and children to report and see changes in their skills as they participate in our programs. Standardized assessments also enable A New Leaf to track improvement and trends over time. Additionally, A New Leaf . . . .
- Serves 200,000 meals annually
- Provides 150,000 nights of shelter annually
- Hosts 12,000 counseling sessions annually
- Reaches 24,275 individuals and families with critical resources
For more information, call 480-969-4024.