autumn house

a safe haven for survivors of domestic violence

for emergency help, call the hotline

Video phone: (480) 351-4027

providing safety and support to survivors of abuse

A New Leaf’s Autumn House Domestic Violence Shelter offers a secure home to survivors fleeing abuse. Survivors find all the necessary resources and services to get back on their feet. Autumn House serves anyone who is a victim of domestic violence, regardless of gender.

Autumn House was the East Valley’s first domestic violence shelter that has provided services to the community since 1983. It operates 24/7, accepting survivors during all times throughout the year.

When a survivor arrives, safety is the top priority. Dedicated staff members are immediately assigned to support survivors. They establish a normal schedule, help them find employment through a dedicated workforce center, secure transportation, and start counseling services to move past the trauma of abuse.

Hosted at a confidential location, Autumn House staff works around the clock to protect survivors. Additionally, court advocacy is available to help assure legal protections for those who need it.

Once a survivor is prepared to move into long-term housing, Autumn House staff assist with the transition. Staff members continue to provide services and connections for up to six months after the survivor leaves the program. Through our network of support, A New Leaf ensures no one faces domestic violence alone.

22 beds for
survivors

120 days of
shelter offered

129 survivors
helped last year

people forever changed

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 defined her story as "not your...

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 defined her story as "not your...

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Kimberly Hubbard
Program Manager
(480) 835-5555 x3008
khubbard@turnanewleaf.org

Dana Martinez
Program Director
(480) 964-0683 x4704
dmartinez@turnanewleaf.org