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If You Are In a Domestic Violence Situation:
Call 911 if you are in immediate danger.
For domestic violence shelter: Call the Maricopa County Centralized hotline at 480-890-3039 or 1-844-SAFEDVS.
The 7 days a week, 24-hour English/Spanish bilingual resource connects people in crisis with domestic violence shelters throughout Maricopa County, including all domestic violence shelters at A New Leaf. If a shelter bed is not available, the Domestic Violence Safe Temporary Overflow Program provides short-term emergency shelter and services to victims of domestic violence and their children while they await the availability of beds in domestic violence shelters countywide. Help is here for you!
For information about domestic violence, click here to go to the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence website, which includes information about how to end abusive relationships,safety, how to help a domestic violence victim, the Legal Advocacy Hotline, available resources and more.
If You Are Homeless and Need Emergency Shelter:
A New Leaf offers a number of shelter and housing assistance programs for individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness. Please call the numbers below:
La Mesita Family Homeless Shelter: Please call the Family Housing Hub for initial coordination of care, 602-595-8700
East Valley Men’s Center Shelter, 480-610-6722
East Valley Women’s Center Shelter, 480-969-1691
If You Seek Affordable Housing:
A New Leaf provides the La Mesita Apartments for low-income individuals and families who need a low-cost housing solution.
For information, please call 480-969-5233.
If You Are In Financial Crisis and Need Help:
MesaCAN’s Community Assistance Program offers financial and case management services to individuals and families who are facing an immediate crisis which impacts their housing, utilities, health and safety. City of Mesa residents apply and are qualified per poverty guidelines and state regulations. Call 480-833-9200.