desert leaf apartments

long-term housing solution

Shelters Desert Leaf Apartments

services to help you be you again

A New Leaf’s Desert Leaf Apartments offers a safe, supportive environment for veterans and individuals to recover from trauma and find long-term stability. At this gated, close-knit complex, residents get to know one another and build a community rooted in a shared identity.
Onsite staff work closely with each resident to make sure that they receive the support they need to feel at peace and remain stable. Additionally, basic needs, counseling, and community resources are regularly made available to those in need of extra help, through A New Leaf and other partners.
Desert Leaf Apartments works with residents to ensure consistent, stable housing with active case management and comprehensive support services. Participation is tailored to meet the individual’s needs, assisting them in adapting to living with stability, autonomy, and dignity.

Desert Leaf Apartments is a partnership that currently includes the Cities of Mesa and Phoenix, Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care, MARC Community Resources, and A New Leaf. Residents are referred through community partners and governmental entities.

In order to secure a housing unit, please call the leasing office at:

 

(480) 969-5233 or email lamesita@kay-kay.biz.

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50% of desert leaf
units are occupied
by veterans

Assistance

11% of the adult
homeless population
are veterans

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1.4 million veterans are
considered at risk of
homelessness

location

44 S Horne, Mesa, AZ 85204

44 S Horne, Mesa, AZ 85204

veterans forever changed

Rodney’s Story

Rodney was a veteran with PTSD and struggled to work as a truck driver when he returned to civilian life. He ended up dealing with addiction and homelessness, and thought he would never recover.

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Dave’s Story

Getting back from serving in the military was hard. I ended up homeless for nearly 6 years, and no one would help me until I found A New Leaf. You gave me a second chance to live again, I can never repay you for how you changed my life.” Dave was born on the Navajo...
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Rodney’s Story

Rodney was a veteran with PTSD and struggled to work as a truck driver when he returned to civilian life. He ended up dealing with addiction and homelessness, and thought he would never recover.

Dave Desert Leaf scaled

Dave’s Story

Getting back from serving in the military was hard. I ended up homeless for nearly 6 years, and no one would help me until I found A New Leaf. You gave me a second chance to live again, I can never repay you for how you changed my life.” Dave was born on the Navajo...

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Program Staff should not be contacted for services, please call Kay Kay Realty Leasing Office to secure housing with Desert Leaf Apartments.

Kay-Kay Realty Leasing Office
Property Management
(480) 969-5233
lamesita@kay-kay.biz

Michelle Alberti

Program Director

(480) 964-0683 x4702

malberti@turnanewleaf.org