east valley men’s center

providing a hand up

East Valley Homeless Men Shelter

a hand up for men experiencing homelessness

A New Leaf’s East Valley Men’s Center is a safe haven for men facing homelessness as they re-integrate into the community. When men arrive at the facility, they are provided with a bed and storage area for their personal possessions that they are able to keep for the entire duration of their stay.

Once the men have settled, dedicated staff gets to work, helping residents plan a permanent housing plan. An onsite workforce also helps the residents build a resume, find references, and secure job interviews. A New Leaf strongly believes in offering a hand up to men willing to put in the effort to improve their lives.

Through stable living, comprehensive services, and compassionate attention to the challenges each man faces, A New Leaf helps men experiencing homelessness find their feet and become contributing members of the community once again.

The first step to entering the East Valley Men’s Center is to complete a prescreen. You can fill out the prescreen online, or you can call 480-610-6722 between 8am-3pm Monday through Friday to complete it by phone.

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Hotlines

Please call these numbers for placement at a shelter: 

Individuals:
(877) 211-8661
EVMC:
(480) 610-6722
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110 beds
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men in need

Assistance

employment
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transportation
assistance

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substance abuse
support group referrals

location

2345 N Country Club Dr, Mesa, AZ 85201

please note that children under 18 years of age are not allowed on site

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people forever changed

Alex’s Story

Alex felt utterly hopeless. He had no way to contact his family or even search for resources that might help him. He ended up finding refuge behind some bushes at a church, where he stayed homeless for several weeks.

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Charles’ Story

Charles never imagined that he would end up homeless. He had a good childhood and a loving family, but in his late teens Charles developed a drug addiction that followed him for years, damaging his relationship to his family and friends.

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Joseph’s Story

When we reach bottom, like I did when I was homeless for a year, getting help makes all the difference. And when that happens, it can change everything. I am so grateful for all that I have been given through the East Valley Men’s Center.

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Alex’s Story

Alex felt utterly hopeless. He had no way to contact his family or even search for resources that might help him. He ended up finding refuge behind some bushes at a church, where he stayed homeless for several weeks.

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Charles’ Story

Charles never imagined that he would end up homeless. He had a good childhood and a loving family, but in his late teens Charles developed a drug addiction that followed him for years, damaging his relationship to his family and friends.

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Joseph’s Story

When we reach bottom, like I did when I was homeless for a year, getting help makes all the difference. And when that happens, it can change everything. I am so grateful for all that I have been given through the East Valley Men’s Center.

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we can help

Staff should not be contacted for services, please use the hotlines listed above to access programs.

Dave Hughes
Program Manager
(480) 610-6722
dhughes@turnanewleaf.org

Corie Billingsley
Director, Shelter Services
(480) 969-0683 x4703
cbillingsley@turnanewleaf.org