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Homeless Shelters and Services

La Mesita Family Homeless Shelter

La Mesita Family Homeless Shelter is a 16-unit family shelter that provides services to help homeless families with minor aged children become self-reliant.

Services include:

  • Temporary Emergency Housing
  • Case Management
  • Access point for Maricopa County Workforce Connections
  • Provision of basic living needs 

La Mesita is the only emergency shelter in the East Valley providing a broad array of services to homeless families.

La Mesita Family Homeless Shelter (Temporary location)
651 E.Commonwealth Ave.
Chandler, AZ 85225
(480) 834-8723

*A new La Mesita Campus is under construction which will include La Mesita’s new family homeless shelter with additional phases of construction including affordable housing and services onsite. 

 

La Mesita Fact Sheet


To qualify for a LaMesita placement, contact MesaCAN at (480) 833-9200 or CONTACS at (602) 263-8900.

East Valley Men's Center (EVMC) Shelter 

The East Valley Men's Center (EVMC) is a transitional shelter for up to 94 homeless men who make the commitment to become self-sufficient and move back into the community. 

EVMC provides:

  • Food, shelter and basic needs
  • Training and work assistance
  • Counseling and educational classes

If you and your group are interested in preparing dinner for the men, please call (480) 464-4648 or e-mail volunteer@turnanewleaf.org .

EVMC Shelter
2345 N. Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201
(480) 610-6722
 

EVMC Fact Sheet

 

 

East Valley Women's  Shelter 

A New Leaf’s EVWS is an 8-bed, Emergency Shelter that provides services to help homeless women. EVWS residents can stay up to 120 days, during which time participants work with support staff to find permanent housing solutions.

EVWS
149 N. Mesa Drive, 
Mesa, AZ 85201
(480) 969-1691
 

            
     EVWS Fact Sheet
 

Rapid Re-Housing Young Adult Program 

Rapid Re-Housing Young Adult Program provides permanent housing solutions to stabilize and serve individuals and families, ages 18 – 26 that are currently homeless or living in emergency shelters. Participants must become engaged in an educational or vocational program, including GED preparation and/or be employed.

 

               
Rapid Re-Housing Fact Sheet
 

Siemer Family Stability Program

This program supports families on the brink of homelessness with a two-generation approach supporting the adults and the children both. Case management services are provided to children with the intent of improving school attendance and performance.
 
  Siemer Family Stability Program Fact Sheet


Community Homeless Services

Homeless shelter services can be accessed by contacting the nearest CAP office through your city's Human Services Office.

Human Action for Chandler (480) 963-4321
Gilbert CAP (480) 892-5331
Town of Guadalupe (480) 730-3080
MesaCAN (480) 833-9200
Scottsdale - Vista Del Camino (480) 312-2323
Tempe CAP (480) 350-5880


 

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