What We Offer
Programs Across the Valley
For some, it's a safe home or food on the table. For others, it's a healthy child, good job, or financial stability. Families and individuals facing difficult challenges turn to A New Leaf for support.
Our mission is "Helping Families...Changing Lives."
Our roots reach back for more than 45 years. We serve residents with essential programs that transform lives. The homeless become homeowners. The abandoned are embraced. The abused find safety.
Helping people find hope is how we commit to the growth and vitality of our community and to future generations.
A New Leaf offers a variety of physical and behavioral health services for families and individuals in need of support. From inpatient care to community behavioral health services, A New Leaf's programs provide many quality services that address a variety of needs, including behavioral health challenges.
A New Leaf offers behavioral health and primary care services for children and adults. This includes counseling, case management, medication management, and support services.
At A New Leaf's Therapeutic After School Programs, children engage in games, group discussions, mind and body exercises, and arts and crafts to promote progress toward identified behavioral health goals.
A New Leaf offers a variety of programs to support families through rehabilitative health services, supervised visitation, and identifying additional services that the family could benefit from.
Housing & Homelessness
A New Leaf addresses the Valley's need for homeless shelters, affordable housing, basic needs, and comprehensive services to support individuals and families experiencing the housing crisis. These programs focus on helping families and individuals become self-reliant and find safe, stable housing.
A New Leaf offers emergency shelter and basic needs for families and individuals to stay up to 120 days.
Families and individuals develop a personalized strategy to become self-sustaining.
Services include employment assistance, financial literacy, and healthcare assistance.
Housing needs are addressed in collaboration with case managers.
A New Leaf offers a variety of programs that provide victims of domestic violence with safe housing and basic needs as well as court advocacy. These programs also offer support services that include case management, financial coaching, and children's services.
A New Leaf offers safe temporary housing and support for victims and their children. Shelters provide up to 120 days of emergency shelter and resources needed to move toward safe, stable housing.
A New Leaf provides survivors of domestic violence with support services and court advocacy. This includes filing for protective orders, referrals, and safety planning.
A New Leaf's Foster Care Programs focus on training and licensing potential foster parents to provide children the opportunity to live in a nurturing and stable environment. A New Leaf provides ongoing support to foster families and additional services that include monthly reimbursements, medical and dental coverage, and ongoing training.
A New Leaf recruits and trains individuals interested in becoming licensed foster parents and/or Respite Providers.
A New Leaf's Kinship Licensing Program helps families get licensed in order to obtain additional support and resources.
A New Leaf provides support services to families whose children are placed in the legal custody of the Arizona Department of Child Safety.
Early Childhood Education
A New Leaf's Early Childhood Education Program provides children and families with a foundation for lifelong learning and healthy living. The program works to facilitate, assess, support, and nurture each child in their personal growth and development.
A New Leaf's Early Childhood Education uses innovative and progressive strategies to meet the educational and health needs of the community.
The program focuses on each child’s unique characteristics, developmental needs, and interests to support their growth and development.
The Early Childhood Education Program utilizes a child-centered, emergent curriculum as its approach to teaching young children.
MesaCAN (Community Action Network) is a critical community resource that provides a wide array of services for low-income individuals and families residing in the city of Mesa. MesaCAN offers career services, Individual Development Accounts (IDA) Programs, and the Community Assistance Program for financial and case management services.
Training Center & Ropes Course
Rentals of A New Leaf’s Training Center are available for businesses, nonprofit organizations, churches and other community groups. Try out the unique adventure ropes course for team-building, skill development and group exercises.
It is the goal of A New Leaf to advance health equity, improve quality and help eliminate health care disparities by supporting and promoting opportunities to celebrate cultural diversity through the use of printed materials, menu planning, communication and translation services that represent the various cultural and ethnic groups within the community.