faith house

domestic violence and crisis shelter

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saving lives across the valley

A New Leaf’s Faith House Crisis Shelter is a safe haven for women, children, and transgender & nonbinary people escaping domestic violence.  Survivors can recover from sexual assault find their feet after experiencing homelessness.

As the longest operating domestic violence shelter in Arizona, Faith House has a long legacy of service to survivors in need.

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.

By providing a strong foundation, the shelter helps survivors find hope and healing as they move forward with the next chapter of their lives.

Domestic Violence Hotlines:

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20 units offered
to families

Faith House

200 survivors
served annually

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24-hour safety
and shelter

families 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.

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Malissa’s Story

Five years ago, Malissa found herself in an extremely abusive situation. Malissa had never witnessed abuse before and thought that it was her fault, so she buckled down and tried to make it work. But after years of physical, mental, and emotional abuse, her partner took her money and left the state, leaving her no place to live. 

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Lonique

When I first got to Faith House, I felt there was no hope… but every day got easier. Now I feel free. My caseworker was my emotional rock, my motivation. She’d tell me 'Lonique, it’s okay to cry. But you get back up, and you keep going – for your kids, and for you.' And I did."A single mother of...
Lonique Testimonial
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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.

Header image of client Malissa

Malissa’s Story

Five years ago, Malissa found herself in an extremely abusive situation. Malissa had never witnessed abuse before and thought that it was her fault, so she buckled down and tried to make it work. But after years of physical, mental, and emotional abuse, her partner took her money and left the state, leaving her no place to live. 

Lonique Testimonial

Lonique

When I first got to Faith House, I felt there was no hope… but every day got easier. Now I feel free. My caseworker was my emotional rock, my motivation. She’d tell me 'Lonique, it’s okay to cry. But you get back up, and you keep going – for your kids, and for you.' And I did."A single mother of...

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Program Staff should not be contacted directly for services, please call the hotlines listed above for services.

Dana Martinez
Program Director
(480) 982-0205 x4803
dmartinez@turnanewleaf.org