A New Leaf's Domestic Violence Services
If YOU are in a crisis situation, immediately call A New Leaf's 24-hour Safe Access For Expedited Domestic Violence Services (SAFEDVS) for domestic violence victims in Maricopa County.
Staff refer callers to the appropriate intervention with safety as the number one priority.
Immediate Safety and Shelter
A New Leaf's Autumn House Domestic Violence Shelter provides security and shelter to women, children, and men fleeing abuse.
Faith House Women's Crisis Shelter provides emergency housing and care for women and children fleeing crisis situations.
The Domestic Violence Safe Temporary Overflow Program provides short-term emergency placement to domestic violence victims and their children.
A New Leaf offers safe temporary housing and support at Autumn House in the East Valley and at Faith House in the West Valley. Both shelters provide up to 120 days of emergency shelter to afford victims and their children the time and resources needed to recover from the trauma they have experienced and get the resources they need to move towards long-term, safe, stable housing.
In addition to safe housing, meals, and basic needs, A New Leaf offers support services which include case management, financial coaching, employment assistance, children's services, life skills development, and referrals for additional assistance.
DVSTOP provides short-term emergency placement at a confidential location to domestic violence victims and their children when Maricopa County domestic violence shelters are full.
For more information about this service, please call 480-890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS.
A New Leaf's Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program provides individuals suffering from domestic violence crimes with support services and court advocacy.
The Domestic Violence Mobile Court Advocacy Program provides individuals suffering from domestic violence crimes with the tools and resources they need to secure court protection.
A New Leaf’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program provides assistance with navigating the legal system, helping victims obtain: Orders of Protection, Injunctions of Harassment, information regarding cases of unwanted contact, and stalking or other threats.
Court Advocates are bilingual in Spanish and English and provide assistance in person or over the phone. Advocates will also accompany individuals to court hearings for support.
To access services, please contact:
Glendale City Court
5711 W. Glendale Ave
Glendale, AZ 85301
Protective Order Center
Northeast Regional Court Center
18380 N. 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85032