rapid rehousing program

helping families transition from homelessness to housing

Housing Rapid Rehousing

making homes possible

A New Leaf’s Rapid Rehousing program offers a unique solution to families and individuals across the Valley in need of help, providing utility, rent, and security deposit assistance.

This program actively brings down the barriers to housing for those recovering from homelessness, reducing the months it would typically take to save for an apartment or home.

The assistance can be used for up to 12 months. The amount of assistance provided is based on case management assessments and verification of household income and debt.

With temporary case management, support services, workforce assistance, and referrals to additional services, participants are able to address their challenges and maintain long-term housing stability.

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Rapid Rehousing operates out of two locations, one in the East Valley and one out of the Human Services Campus in Phoenix. Participants in this program can seek housing throughout Maricopa County.

families forever changed

Sofia

Sofia’s family had recently been evicted from their apartment and were now staying at a walk-in homeless shelter in downtown Phoenix. It was a few weeks into her stay at the shelter that she found the miracle she had been looking for. A shelter staff person told her...
Sofia Spark
Sofia Spark

Sofia

Sofia’s family had recently been evicted from their apartment and were now staying at a walk-in homeless shelter in downtown Phoenix. It was a few weeks into her stay at the shelter that she found the miracle she had been looking for. A shelter staff person told her...

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Program Staff should not be contacted directly for services, please call the Family Housing Hub or Individual Services to secure housing.

Evangelina Sesma
Program Manager
(480) 733-3042
esesma@turnanewleaf.org

Michelle Alberti
Program Director

(480) 964-0683 x4702
malberti@turnanewleaf.org