Let’s put an end the cycle of Homelessness!

ANEW LIVING a non-profit organization

ANEW LIVING is now part of Flagstaff's "FRONT DOOR" single access entry point to assist our homeless population in obtaining shelter/housing. The Front Door eliminates the need to call every agency in town telling your story/need multiple times.

If you are in need of transitional housing please contact one of the "Front Door" agencies listed below.

All potential applicants into our Program are now required to go to Flagstaff Shelter Services if you are seeking shelter/housing for one person or Catholic Charities if seeking housing/shelter for a family. 

Flagstaff Shelter Services  9AM-4PM 

4185 E Huntington Dr, Flagstaff, AZ 86004


​Catholic Charities   9AM-4PM

2101 N Fourth St, Flagstaff, AZ 86004

(928) 774-9125

ANEW Living no longer accepts applications directly from persons seeking housing. Please contact one of the Front Door agencies for an application.



​​Building A New Community.  (NPR.ORG) 

Most of the time when we talk about homelessness, big cities come to mind. But about seven percent of homeless people live in rural areas, where access to help is much harder to come by. Flagstaff, Ariz. is one of those places. While city officials work to find solutions, one woman has taken an old motel and turned it into transitional housing. READ MORE

Home on Route 66 Ryan J. Loughlin

Playing now on this homepage.  Watch a wonderful 7 min documentary on the plight of the working poor and how ANEW Living is working to end the cycle of homelessness one family at a time.  

​​ANEW Living: An Old Flagstaff Motel get a new live as an affordable rental housing. Daily Sun (Mar 22, 2015 Larry Hendricks) 

A child’s hand-drawn pictures adorn the walls. The television plays cartoons and Duchess, a bearded dragon lizard, rests in an aquarium next to a humming refrigerator. Jax, the family dog, sits on a bed..Click here to read the rest of the story

Route 66 News: The saint of ANEW Living

WFDD88.5 anew living community   Jan. 30, 2016 



Sarah's story by Sarah J.  I'd like to take a moment to shout out to Lori, Jessica and everyone who has a hand in the operation of ANEW living. Last August, my husband and I, along with our 4 month old daughter, found ourselves homeless following a blowout with my husband's grandmother who we had been living with. We were forced into a motel, which was 400 dollars a week. We had just found out we were having another baby and had no clue what do or where to go from there. We couldn't afford what we were doing but we didn't have the money to find a place either. We were referred to ANEW living by an agency in town and a few weeks later received a call for an interview. We were able to move in immediately after. 3 weeks after we moved in, my husband was arrested, leaving me pregnant and on one income. I was forced to work 50 to 60 hours a week just to survive, paying for child care, defaulted student loans, fines and rent. Thank God I didn't have to pay 400 dollars a week because I wouldn't have made it. I was excited from the beginning to work the program because for once I felt like my life was going to come back to together. As the months passed, I paid application fee after application fee, only to be turned down because of my past drug related criminal history. It got very discouraging as I was beginning to feel like I would never find permanent housing. On Feb 4th my baby was born by emergency C- section due to preeclampsia. We both spent some time in the hospital fighting for our lives. A couple of weeks ago I ran across an ad on Craigslist for a 2 bedroom trailer. I thought it was a shot in the dark, but I contacted the landlord and got an application anyway. This past week I got a call from the landlord asking me when i would like to move in. The last 7 months has been tough for me and my family but if it wasn't for ANEW living and the amazing work they do for the people in our community, it would not have been possible. Through ANEW I was able to get a second chance at everything I never thought I would have again on my own. Thank you so much for everything you've done for us.y family is forever grateful.

COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS: The Herzog Family. Paul and Marie Beamer. Laura Arnold. Eric & Pam Peterson. Cyler Groseth,  Raymond Leggett, Gloria Gurrola. Cynthia McCollum. Angela Bowers. Viola Garden. HomCo. Sunshine Rescue Mission. Church for the Nations Flagstaff. 


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Queen size sheets
Queen size blankets
3 Slightly used Queen Bed and box springs

Bunk bed or trundle bed set 
Plastic tub for dish washing (for units without a kitchenette must wash dishes in bathtub)
Microwave cookware
Toaster ovens

Single infrared stove burner
small microwaves
Laundry detergent
Tub & tile cleaner
Window cleaner
Open shelving for overhead storage in units
Plastic outdoor patio chairs plain white

*BUILDING guard rails for 3 of the units (3 steps high to front door)
*Installing plumbing for kitchen sink in newly renovated studio unit.
*Painting back wall facing Main Street
*Weed abatement
*Sponsoring snow removing service this winter 


ANEW Living is an Arizona Tax Credit Charity.  We are one of only two transitional housing facilities in Northern Arizona available for two-parent families and single fathers with children. We also provide transitional housing to Veterans, Seniors and individuals seeking to end their cycle of homelessness.