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24-HOUR HOTLINE

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS

COURT ADVOCACY

SEXUAL VIOLENCE SUPPORT SERVICES

ending domestic violence

Sexual and domestic violence has impacted the lives of tens of thousands of women, children, and men across Arizona. It is a tragic epidemic and many survivors struggle to escape abusive situations.
A New Leaf’s Sexual and Domestic Violence Programs provide any survivor of domestic violence with the choice and ability to safely leave.

1 in 4 women
experience domestic violence

hotline

A New Leaf’s Maricopa County Domestic Violence Hotline answers calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – A New Leaf guarantees there will always be a dedicated staff member to pick up the phone in a time of crisis. Call (480) 890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, please call our video phone at (480) 351-4027.

24-Hour Hotline

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.

sexual violence

support services

A New Leaf offers, survivor centered, trauma-informed services designed to meet the specific needs of those who have experienced past and present sexual violence. Through community outreach, these services provide educational opportunities and promote public awareness of sexual violence.

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.

shelter

A New Leaf’s Domestic Violence Shelters are safe places for survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. These shelters are dedicated to helping survivors find safety, stability, and independence after leaving an abusive partner.

CAAFA

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

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

Faith House Crisis Shelter is a safe haven for survivors in the West Valley escaping domestic violence, recovering from sexual assault, or homelessness.

DVSTOP

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

A New Leaf’s Court Advocacy Program provides assistance with navigating the legal system, helping victims obtain the various legal protections they need to maintain long-term safety.

Court Advocacy

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.

people forever changed

Lonique’s Story

Meet Lonique, a victim of domestic violence, she ended up homeless with three young children. Thanks to supporters like you, they now have a safe, stable home. Lonique knows that Faith House saved her family, and her life.

Leah

I have been in the RISE support group since the beginning, and it has been very impactful for me to be here. I have met incredible people who are just like me, and taking the same journey as I am. They have all been so supportive of everyone in the group and make sure...

Amy

I was completely broken when I finally came to A New Leaf, but the staff welcomed me with open hearts. They’ve taught me a lot about valuing myself and that I am a good person. I am much stronger now and just so grateful for the support I got.”A very articulate Amy...

Lonique’s Story

Meet Lonique, a victim of domestic violence, she ended up homeless with three young children. Thanks to supporters like you, they now have a safe, stable home. Lonique knows that Faith House saved her family, and her life.

Leah

I have been in the RISE support group since the beginning, and it has been very impactful for me to be here. I have met incredible people who are just like me, and taking the same journey as I am. They have all been so supportive of everyone in the group and make sure...

Amy

I was completely broken when I finally came to A New Leaf, but the staff welcomed me with open hearts. They’ve taught me a lot about valuing myself and that I am a good person. I am much stronger now and just so grateful for the support I got.”A very articulate Amy...

Breana

By choosing to leave an abusive situation, I showed my kids that my life matters. I matter. That’s been a really important lesson that I’ve tried to teach them. Especially my daughter. I am so thankful.”“I’ve been through some hard times, but my family is happy now”...

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