Turn A New Leaf Tour

Discover the Life-Saving Programs at A New Leaf

Enjoy an inside look at A New Leaf’s programs and impact in our interactive one-hour tour. Hear motivational stories. Meet our staff and volunteers.  Learn fun and interesting facts about A New Leaf’s services.  Join us at any of our three site locations: Faith House Women’s Crisis Shelter, La Mesita Community, and Phoenix Day.  Each of these programs is transforming the lives of families with new skills, new jobs, new dreams, and a new start. Their stories will move and inspire you.    

A New Leaf is a recognized leader in crisis and family services, providing Housing, Health, and Community Services for Valley residents. Last year, A New Leaf positively impacted the lives of 32,424 women, children, and men in our community.

Registration

Please sign up for one or more of our scheduled program tours today. Just click on the registration button below for a tour date convenient for you. 

For more information, accommodations, or if none of our touring times work for you, please contact Charlene at (480) 464-4648 or cmarbs@turnanewleaf.org.  We look forward to your visit! 

**Note that you must be 18 years of age or older to join the tour**                                                            **Due to the sensitive nature of our programs, photography is not allowed**


Tours are not for potential residents. If you need assistance, please see our services tab.


Phoenix Day - Early Childhood Education Tour

Wednesday, December 19, 2018
9:00 am10:00 am
115 E Tonto St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phoenix Day - Early Childhood Education Tour

Phoenix Day has been providing children and families a foundation for lifelong learning and healthy living for over 100 years. Committed to using innovative and progressive strategies to meet the educational and health needs of the community, Phoenix Day delivers comprehensive early childhood education and wellness programs.

Phoenix Day’s Early Childhood Education program primarily serves children 6 weeks to 5 years of age who are from low-income, single-parent households. Approximately 90% of Phoenix Day families live in south central Phoenix. On this tour, you will visit Phoenix Day’s nationally accredited, 4 STAR classrooms and learn the value that early childhood education and health has on the future lives of children and families in our community.

La Mesita Community Tour

Wednesday, January 2, 2019
9:00 am10:00 am
2245 West Ella Street, Building A, Mesa, AZ 85201
La Mesita Community Tour

Countless families, men, women, and children do not know where they are going to sleep tonight. It may be a single mom, desperate to keep her children safe. It could be a family evicted from their house when a child's medical bills drained their savings. It might be a veteran, feeling alone and forgotten, yearning for a sense of community. The stress of not knowing where you are going to lay your head at night is all-encompassing, making it difficult to think of anything else.

La Mesita offers a safe haven for those needing help getting back on their feet, for families seeking a home. Offering safe, supportive shelter and stable, affordable housing with comprehensive services to address complicated challenges, La Mesita promises a road to independence and long-term stability for 550 residents every year. On your tour, you will see what dignified shelter and affordable housing looks like, along with our robust onsite support services including educational after school and preschool programs, our innovative Personal Investment Center, and other services aimed at creating a sense of community and general well-being.

Faith House Women's Crisis Shelter Tour

Wednesday, January 9, 2019
9:00 am10:00 am
***Faith House is a confidential location. Staff will contact registrants with address***
Faith House Women's Crisis Shelter Tour

A New Leaf asks vulnerable women and children fleeing domestic violence, human trafficking, and other crisis situations to put their faith in Faith House, faith in themselves, and faith in the community. Stepping in and stepping up to protect families and women who are at their most vulnerable, Faith House provides comprehensive services to provide safety and stability, while mending the trauma of an abusive relationship.

As the longest serving domestic violence shelter in Arizona, Faith House has been a beacon of hope for over 200 women and children every year. On your tour you will receive an in-depth look at Faith House services, including safety planning, therapeutic childcare, employment services, legal assistance, financial literacy, skill development workshops, and more.

Phoenix Day - Early Childhood Education Tour

Wednesday, January 16, 2019
9:00 am10:00 am
115 E Tonto St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phoenix Day - Early Childhood Education Tour

Phoenix Day has been providing children and families a foundation for lifelong learning and healthy living for over 100 years. Committed to using innovative and progressive strategies to meet the educational and health needs of the community, Phoenix Day delivers comprehensive early childhood education and wellness programs.

Phoenix Day’s Early Childhood Education program primarily serves children 6 weeks to 5 years of age who are from low-income, single-parent households. Approximately 90% of Phoenix Day families live in south central Phoenix. On this tour, you will visit Phoenix Day’s nationally accredited, 4 STAR classrooms and learn the value that early childhood education and health has on the future lives of children and families in our community.

La Mesita Community Tour

Wednesday, February 6, 2019
9:00 am10:00 am
2245 West Ella Street, Building A, Mesa, AZ 85201
La Mesita Community Tour

Countless families, men, women, and children do not know where they are going to sleep tonight. It may be a single mom, desperate to keep her children safe. It could be a family evicted from their house when a child's medical bills drained their savings. It might be a veteran, feeling alone and forgotten, yearning for a sense of community. The stress of not knowing where you are going to lay your head at night is all-encompassing, making it difficult to think of anything else.

La Mesita offers a safe haven for those needing help getting back on their feet, for families seeking a home. Offering safe, supportive shelter and stable, affordable housing with comprehensive services to address complicated challenges, La Mesita promises a road to independence and long-term stability for 550 residents every year. On your tour, you will see what dignified shelter and affordable housing looks like, along with our robust onsite support services including educational after school and preschool programs, our innovative Personal Investment Center, and other services aimed at creating a sense of community and general well-being.

Faith House Women's Crisis Shelter Tour

Wednesday, February 13, 2019
9:00 am10:00 am
***Faith House is a confidential location. Staff will contact registrants with address***
Faith House Women's Crisis Shelter Tour

A New Leaf asks vulnerable women and children fleeing domestic violence, human trafficking, and other crisis situations to put their faith in Faith House, faith in themselves, and faith in the community. Stepping in and stepping up to protect families and women who are at their most vulnerable, Faith House provides comprehensive services to provide safety and stability, while mending the trauma of an abusive relationship.

As the longest serving domestic violence shelter in Arizona, Faith House has been a beacon of hope for over 200 women and children every year. On your tour you will receive an in-depth look at Faith House services, including safety planning, therapeutic childcare, employment services, legal assistance, financial literacy, skill development workshops, and more.

Phoenix Day - Early Childhood Education Tour

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
9:00 am10:00 am
115 E Tonto St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phoenix Day - Early Childhood Education Tour

Phoenix Day has been providing children and families a foundation for lifelong learning and healthy living for over 100 years. Committed to using innovative and progressive strategies to meet the educational and health needs of the community, Phoenix Day delivers comprehensive early childhood education and wellness programs.

Phoenix Day’s Early Childhood Education program primarily serves children 6 weeks to 5 years of age who are from low-income, single-parent households. Approximately 90% of Phoenix Day families live in south central Phoenix. On this tour, you will visit Phoenix Day’s nationally accredited, 4 STAR classrooms and learn the value that early childhood education and health has on the future lives of children and families in our community.