October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Thanks to your continued support, A New Leaf is working to provide life-saving services to survivors of domestic violence, helping them to heal and find safety. In the past year alone A New Leaf has served tens of thousands of survivors thanks to your support.
survivors rescued from danger
calls answered by crisis hotline
nights of safe shelter provided
A New Leaf recognizes the widespread and urgent need to address rising domestic violence rates across the Valley by making services as easy to access as possible. If you or someone you know is currently experiencing abuse or violence of any kind, please contact the hotline below or share it with someone in need.
Faces of Survivors
Karina Becomes an Advocate
Karina dealt with abuse for years, until she finally found help through A New Leaf and secured court ordered protection. Since then she has been a single mother to her son, attended law school, and opened her own business working with immigrants and low-income households.
Lonique Finds Safety and Security
Lonique had never been in an abusive relationship before. When she found herself facing a violent partner who kept her from leaving their home, she didn’t know how to get out. She used A New Leaf’s chatline to contact help and get into a shelter at an undisclosed location. Now she is working and providing for her children independently.