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I was a mother with one child and another on the way, having walked away from an abusive relationship and I was scared. I felt so alone, at least until I found A New Leaf’s Autumn House. The staff there welcomed me with open arms.
Starr was in her mid-sixties when she became homeless, and it came as a shock. Bouncing from shelter to shelter, Starr tried to get back on her feet, but the constant moving and uncertainty made finding a job hard. The longer she was on the streets, the harder it was to find a place to live and work.
A New Leaf celebrates 50 years of “Helping Families, Changing Lives” in the Greater Phoenix community, serving 30,000 people annually.
Janis Merrill's Commitment to EducationThe Janis Merrill Education Center was dedicated on Wednesday, October 13th, 2021, in honor of Janis Merrill, a community leader, volunteer, and philanthropist who has played a significant role in the history of A New...
November is Homelessness Awareness Month, and thanks to generous donors, A New Leaf is able to help families experiencing homelessness find a home. But, there is so much more to do.