East Valley Men's Center
A New Start for Men Experiencing Homelessness
A New Leaf’s East Valley Men’s Center (EVMC) provides shelter and support services to single men, the largest homeless population in Arizona, and the population that struggles most to find assistance. EVMC assists men as they re-integrate into the community with safe and stable housing, and provides the tools to maintain self-sufficiency.
EVMC works with residents to build a personalized plan to foster physical and mental health, financial independence, and social responsibility. The program provides comprehensive services and customized strategies for each resident.
Serving nearly 500 men a year
Providing a Hand Up
East Valley Men’s Center is a “working man’s facility,” that assists men with securing employment and saving money for their transition to safe, stable housing.
Case Managers work individually with clients to set personal goals and address the barriers that inhibit them from becoming productive and contributing members of society. The Center provides life skills training, work assistance, socialization skills, Rapid Re-Housing efforts, food, basic needs and shelter.
Services provided include:
- Case management
- Employment assistance
- Counseling and behavioral health referrals
- Substance abuse support groups
- Transportation assistance
- Financial literacy
- Preventive health and dental care
- Veteran resources
- Long-term housing solutions
20 Years of Service and Counting
EVMC opened in December 1998 and merged with A New Leaf in November 2006. A New Leaf’s EVMC is funded by State, Federal and local East Valley City Governments, Mesa United Way, Valley of the Sun United Way and a variety of charitable organizations. EVMC also receives support through fundraising, donations and volunteer services.
Please note that children under 18 years of age are not allowed on site
(480) 610-6722 x3303
(480) 964-0683 x 4702