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Domestic Violence Shelters & Services

A New Leaf helps bring hope and new beginnings to victims of domestic violence and their children. Through shelters, victim outreach, advocacy and shelter over-flow program, we work tirelessly to help victims break the cycle of abuse.

Learn how you can help the working poor
at A New Leaf's Domestic Violence Shelters

Autumn House Domestic Violence Shelter (East Valley)
Faith House Domestic Violence Shelter (West Valley)

Both shelters provide 120 days of emergency shelter with Faith House having an additional 2-year transitional shelter 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
  • Childcare
  • Counseling and educational classes

Outreach Services focus on personal advocacy and community education regarding domestic violence and empowerment. Issues addressed include co-dependency, children and abuse, safety planning, DV laws, communication, grief, anger and stress management, boundaries and self-esteem, love and intimacy, assertiveness/aggressiveness and healthy relationships.

Domestic Violence Crisis Hotlines:

Faith House 623-939-6798
CONTACS 602-263-8900 or 1-800-799-7739
Community Information & Referral 602-263-8856 or 1-800-352-3792
Autumn House DV Shelter  480-835-5555


Learn more about Faith House and the West Valley Advisory Council HERE


DV STOP (Domestic Violence Safe Temporary Overflow Program)

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.

DV STOP offers:

  • Crisis intervention and case management
  • Basic needs assistance

CONTACS (602) 263-8900 or 1 (800) 799-7739
Community Info and Referral (602) 263-8856 or 1 (800) 352-3792
 

DV STOP Fact Sheet

 




Domestic Violence Court Advocates

A New Leaf DV court advocates provide anyone who is a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault with assistance regarding:

  • Legal proceedings including protective orders
  • Court accompaniment
  • Resources and referrals

Family Violence Prevention Center, NE Region, Phoenix (602) 372-7605
Glendale City Court (623) 764-0747
Maricopa County Superior Court, SE Facility, Mesa (602) 506-1047
Mesa Municipal Court (480) 768-8106 
 

Domestic Violence Court Advocate Fact Sheet


Family Advocacy Center Counseling

The Family Advocacy Centers provide a wide range of services including police, legal and medical support to victims of abuse. These Centers are run by the Cities with counselors from A New Leaf who provide crisis counseling services. Our staff provide short-term behavioral health services to victims of sexual assault, sexual abuse and domestic violence. Services include:

  • Crisis stabilization
  • Counseling services
  • Community resources and referrals

Glendale Advocacy Center
(623) 930-3453

Phoenix Family Advocacy Center
(602) 534-3088

Mesa Center Against Family Violence
(480) 644-4066

Southwest Family Advocacy Center, Goodyear
(623) 333-7939
 

Advocacy Centers Fact Sheet


 

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