saving lives across the valley
A New Leaf’s Faith House is a 24-hour Emergency Shelter in Maricopa County for single adult females, and adult females with children who are experiencing domestic violence, human trafficking, homelessness, or other urgent circumstances.
Faith House is composed of 20 living units providing a safe and supportive environment for those in need. Every survivor coming into shelter will be provided three meals a day, basic living needs, and connection to resources. As the longest operating domestic violence shelter in Arizona, Faith House has a long legacy of service to survivors in need.
Our compassionate staff offer comprehensive support to help survivors address their trauma through empowerment activities, personal and legal advocacy, and referrals to counseling services. Other support includes assistance with employment, childcare, and transportation resources as needed.
With a home-like feel, the shelter always prioritizes safety and comfort. Security is a top priority, with staff working round the clock to protect survivors. The shelter is hosted at a confidential location with onsite security precautions and a gated entry.
Faith House represents a critical community resource in the West Valley, assisting people on their healing journey with services tailored to their unique needs. We believe in offering resources needed to help survivors attain long-term safety, stability and independence.
20 units offered
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Program Staff should not be contacted directly for services, please call the hotlines listed above for services.