DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS
COURT ADVOCACY AND SERVICES
SEXUAL VIOLENCE SUPPORT SERVICES
ending domestic violence
1 in 4 women
experience domestic violence
When someone calls A New Leaf’s hotline, we immediately assess the situation to determine which resources would best help the caller, depending on their level of danger.
The Community Alliance Against Family Abuse (CAAFA) offers residents of Apache Junction and surrounding areas emergency shelter, support groups, legal advocacy, community education, and more.
Autumn House Domestic Violence Shelter offers a secure home to survivors fleeing abuse regardless of gender, providing all the necessary resources and services.
Faith House Crisis Shelter is a safe haven for survivors in the West Valley escaping domestic violence, recovering from sexual assault, or homelessness.
DVSTOP is a critical overflow program that provides survivors at a high risk of danger with immediate safe refuge in a temporary location, even if shelters are full.
Court Advocacy provides survivors with the emotional support and guidance they need to apply for an order of protection, doing away with the fear and uncertainty of the legal process.
A New Leaf’s DVHEART uses a trauma informed approach to assist children and parents exposed to domestic violence, helping them to heal and improve their lives.
Sexual Violence Survivor Advocacy & Support Services
A New Leaf’s Sexual Violence Survivor Advocacy & Support Services (SVSASS) provides support, advocacy, and resources to survivors of past and present sexual violence. Services include personal, legal, and medical advocacy, and support groups, resource referral, and education.
The REACH Center for Victims of Sexual Crime
The REACH Center addresses the unique, short- and long-term emotional safety and healing needs of those who have experienced sexual violence in the past and/or present. Services are survivor-driven, and healing-centered, providing individualized support and empowerment all survivors