West Valley Housing Assistance Center

helping families and individuals in need

Housing

giving a home to those in crisis

A New Leaf’s West Valley Housing Assistance Center located in Surprise, AZ offers emergency housing to families experiencing homelessness. This new facility offers 7 unique apartment style units to families in need, giving them a chance to get off the street, find secure work, and ultimately save for a long term home or apartment.

Each unit is furnished similar to a home, making families feel safe, comfortable, and dignified. Meals are offered three times per day at an onsite cafeteria, and a resource center offers residents the chance to be connected to additional services.

These include rental and security deposit assistance for families experiencing homelessness, workforce services to assist adults in finding work, and a west valley entry point for households to be assessed for Family Housing Hub shelter or housing assistance.

We believe that no child, no family, or individual, should have to experience homelessness. By providing urgently needed shelter and assistance to families most in need, A New Leaf is making our community stronger, safer, and better.

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Shelter Hotlines

Please call these numbers for placement at a shelter: 

Individuals:
(877) 211-8661
EVMC:
(480) 610-6722
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12779 W. Grand Ave, Surprise, AZ 85374

12779 W. Grand Ave. Surprise, AZ 85374

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

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