la mesita apartments

giving families a safe home
La Mesita Apartments East Valley Homeless Men Shelter

affordable housing solutions for low-income families

The La Mesita Apartments consist of a true community, giving parents, children, and individuals a consistent, local support network to rely on. By providing a stable home and a comprehensive foundation of support, A New Leaf helps families flourish.

La Mesita Apartments are a long-term solution for low-income families to have a safe place to call home. These 110 apartment units range from modest studios, to four-bedrooms suitable for a family.

The La Mesita apartments offers incredible access to community resources, from educational classes on financial wellness and parenting, to workforce services that assist residents in finding meaningful careers. These resources, and other support services, help households find stability and move forward.

50 affordable housing units serve households at or below 60% of the area median income. 58 units serve households at or below 30% of the area median income for those transitioning from homelessness that are in need of support services through the City of Mesa Project Based Voucher (PBV) program. The 58 PBV units have a veteran preference.

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

 

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

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studio to four-
bedroom
apartments

Assistance

onsite childcare
and after school
programs

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workforce office
and computer lab

 

location

2254 W Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201

2254 W Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201

families forever changed

Juan’s Story

After leaving prison, I knew I needed help to stay off drugs, find work, and provide for my son. I wanted to lead a better life than I had. A New Leaf helped me do exactly that.

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Starr’s Story

Starr was in her mid-sixties when she became homeless, and it came as a shock. Bouncing from shelter to shelter, Starr tried to get back on her feet, but the constant moving and uncertainty made finding a job hard. The longer she was on the streets, the harder it was to find a place to live and work.

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Mark’s Story

Mark came to Arizona at the age of 46, searching for a good job. But when he struggled to find work, Mark found himself on the streets with nowhere to go. While living on the streets, Mark met Lisa, a community advocate connecting those in need to resources like A New Leaf.

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Juan’s Story

After leaving prison, I knew I needed help to stay off drugs, find work, and provide for my son. I wanted to lead a better life than I had. A New Leaf helped me do exactly that.

Website Header for Blog Pages

Starr’s Story

Starr was in her mid-sixties when she became homeless, and it came as a shock. Bouncing from shelter to shelter, Starr tried to get back on her feet, but the constant moving and uncertainty made finding a job hard. The longer she was on the streets, the harder it was to find a place to live and work.

Mark's Story Header

Mark’s Story

Mark came to Arizona at the age of 46, searching for a good job. But when he struggled to find work, Mark found himself on the streets with nowhere to go. While living on the streets, Mark met Lisa, a community advocate connecting those in need to resources like A New Leaf.

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we can help

Staff should not be contacted for services, please call Kay Kay Realty Leasing Office to secure housing.

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