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If this is an emergency, please call 911

Assistance

If you are in a domestic violence situation, immediately call A New Leaf’s 24-hour hotline at (480) 890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS. You may also use our online chat feature.

If you feel you are a danger to yourself, please immediately call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255.

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sexual & domestic violence
Assistance

domestic violence services

Maricopa County

 

If you are in a domestic violence situation, immediately call A New Leaf’s 24-hour hotline at (480) 890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS.

 

You may also use our online chat service. Deaf and hard-of-hearing clients can call the video phone at (480) 351-4027.

 

Other Locations

 

If you are outside of Maricopa County, please call the National Domestic Violence 24-hour hotline at 1-800-799-7233.

 

You may also use their online chat service. Deaf and hard-of-hearing clients can also call TTY 1-800-787-3224.

sexual violence services

If you are in an emergency situation, please call the National Sexual Assault 24-hour hotline at 1-800-656-4673 or visit hotline.rainn.org.

 

For non-emergency sexual violence services, call (480) 733-3028 or email SV_SASS@turnanewleaf.org. To sign up for the RISE support group, click here.

housing and shelter
Assistance

housing and shelter

If you are experiencing homelessness, call Centralized Services at 877-211-8661.

Families should call The Family Housing Hub at (602) 595-8700.

Single men can also call the East Valley Men’s Center at (480) 610-6722.

health and wellness
Assistance

primary care and counseling

If you feel you are a danger to yourself, please first call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

For our counseling, primary care, and behavioral health programs, please contact your nearest program:

Dorothy B. Mitchell Counseling Center

1655 E University Dr #100, Mesa, AZ 85203

(480) 969-6955

Monday – Thursday: 8am-7pm
Friday: 8am-5pm

West Valley Family Care

8581 N 61st Ave Building A, Glendale, AZ 85302

(623) 934-1991

Monday – Thursday: 8am-7pm
Friday: 8am-5pm

La Mesita Family Care Clinic

2254 W Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201

(480) 733-3033

Monday: 9am-4pm
Wednesday: 9am-4pm
Friday: 8am-12pm

therapeutic after

school program

East Valley After School Program

960 N Stapley Dr. Mesa, AZ 85203

(480) 832-9268

other programs

Women, Infants, and Children

The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program provides families with nutrition information, healthy foods, breastfeeding support, as well as referrals to healthcare and other social services. Click here to learn more.

Maricopa County Public Health Immunizations

MesaCAN offers immunizations to children for free. Click here to learn more.

financial services
Assistance

rent assistance

There are several ways to request rental assistance in the City of Mesa area:

 

Mesa Community Action Network

 

MesaCAN has an appointment line open to Mesa residents seeking rental or mortgage assistance. Please contact MesaCAN on Thursdays between 2:00-3:00pm at (480) 833-9200 to talk to a case manager.

 

You must reach a live person when you call, who will provide instructions for receiving assistance. Please note many people are calling, so please be patient. Only a limited number of appointments can be taken due to limited funding. The messaging system will notify you when the funding has been exhausted for the month.

 

City of Mesa

 

If you were impacted by COVID-19, the City of Mesa has funding for the Emergency Rental and Utility Assistance (ERAP) Program. Please visit their website at www.mesaaz.gov, call: 480-644-5440 or email: ERAPinfo@mesaaz.gov

 

If you need assistance to submit an online application to the City of Mesa ERAP Program, please visit the MesaCAN office.

 

The City of Mesa also has a Security and Utility Deposit program. Please visit their website at www.mesaaz.gov/residents/housing

 

Additional Resources

 

More resources can be found through Save the Family or 2-1-1 Arizona.

utility assistance

Pick Up A Paper Application

 

Please visit MesaCAN’s office at 635 E Broadway Rd, Mesa, AZ 85204 for a paper application. At this time, MesaCAN requires that all individuals wear a mask and observe social distancing when entering our facilities. Utility assistance applications can be picked up or dropped off Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:00am to 4:30pm.

 

If you are unable to pick up a paper application, MesaCAN will mail a utility assistance packet to anyone requesting. Please call (480) 833-9200 for additional information or assistance.

 

Download a Digital Application

 

All instructions for completing the application and all required documentation is included in the packet.

 

deposit assistance

Deposit assistance is available through the City of Mesa. Please visit their website for the online or printed application.

employment services

If you are experiencing unemployment, or seek assistance in finding a job, please call our Workforce office at (602) 601-7215.

To find information about our Bankwork$ career training program, please call (602) 601-7218 or email bankworks@turnanewleaf.org.

financial workshops

For financial literacy classes, please visit our community calendar.

tax filing services

West Valley - A New Leaf

East Valley - Mesa United Way

Central Phoenix - City of Phoenix

entrepreneurship

For small business classes and support, please call (480) 258-6927 or email nedco@turnanewleaf.org.

For veteran business services, please visit www.arizonavboc.org.

educational services
Assistance

early childhood education

Phoenix Day

A New Leaf’s Phoenix Day serves children 6 weeks to 5 years of age at 115 E Tonto St, Phoenix, AZ 85004. For these services, please call (602) 252-4911.

Mesa K-Ready

Mesa K-Ready is a free program which uses a combination of academic lessons, fun learning activities, and family support to help Mesa parents and their 3 and 4-year-olds prepare for kindergarten For these services, please click here.

adult education services

Individual Development Account
A New Leaf’s Individual Development Account Program (IDA) is a matched savings program for college. Each dollar a student saves is matched with $8. For these services, please call (480) 833-9200.

Test Preparation
In partnership with Mesa Counts on College, MesaCAN offers ACT, SAT, PSAT, and GED preparation courses. For these services, please call (480) 833-9200 or visit mesacountsoncollege.org

youth after school programs

La Mesita After School Program

The La Mesita After School Program is located at 2254 W Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201. Please call (602) 793-5661 for more information.

East Valley After School Program

The East Valley After School Program is located at 960 N Stapley Dr Mesa, AZ 85203. Please call (480) 832-9268 for more information.

foster care
Assistance

foster care licensing

A New Leaf provides services for traditional foster care, kinship licensing, transitional foster care, and therapeutic foster care. For these services, please call (480) 825-6564.

something else
Assistance

something else

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