HELP us end the cycle of Homelessness. One family at a time!

ANEW LIVING a non-profit organization

2018 ANEW LIVING is running at an 87% success rate in residents moving out of ANEW and into permanent housing. All without any government support!!.

KC and her husband had been in our program for 15 months.  KC worked at a local fast food restaurant and her husband was a laborer.  ANEW Living provided a safe clean affordable living environment allowing them to focus on saving money and improving their job skills. 3 months ago KC was promoted to manager.  Staying at ANEW Living afforded them the opportunity to focus on saving enough money for move out and up cost and on 9/24/16 they celebrated moving into their own house!

Definition:

"ANEW: in a new or different, typically more positive way”.


ANEW Living offers a unique approach to meeting the housing needs our our community by converting older distressed motels into affordable housing alternatives.  The rooms and small apartments available at ANEW Living are offered as a step up from the traditional transitional housing facilities while continuing to provide on-site services geared towards renewing and restoring hope to individuals and families seeking to end their cycle of homelessness and build pathways to a healthy productive lifestyle promoting self-sufficiency.

WHAT IS THE NEED

Over 42% of the homeless population in Arizona is homeless for the first time due to job loss, foreclosure or eviction. They need job training, employment and rental assistance to stabilize until the economic picture improves.




WHAT WE DO DIFFERENT

ANEW Living offers on-site life skills classes and meetings designed to enhance a person’s basic life & coping skills.  Classes/meetings will include: financial literacy, job interview skills, interpersonal skills, coping from loss or trauma, social activities, healthy lifestyles, cooking on a budget, computer skills, etc.

WHAT WE DO

ANEW Living provides safe, clean, affordable housing alternatives offering pathways to a healthy productive lifestyle promoting self-sufficiency. 

TOP YEAR'S Success stories.......

2017 TOP SUCCESS STORY  
One of our newest residents who came to ANEW in October has successfully moved into permanent housing as of January 2, 2017! LB was a single woman on disability. She had been applying through several agencies for subsidized housing but in the meantime was faced with homelessness while she waited for something to come available. Thanks to everyone who supports ANEW Living. It is through the support of our community that we can continue our mission to provide short-term transitional housing solutions for those in need.Type your paragraph here.

Morgan, wife and 10 year old daughter fell on hard times several months ago and lost their housing. With no short term/shelter housing options available for families with a dad in Flagstaff they were forced to stay in a local motel paying over $1100 a month in rent. In September they heard about ANEW Living and applied for our transitional housing program. They were accepted into our program and we moved them in in October. With the lower monthly rents they immediately started saving money for future move out expenses and with a more stable living environment Morgan’s wife was able to focus on searching for a better paying job using our “empowerment” center’s computers and internet access. Their efforts paid off and just this past week Morgan’s wife was hire for an office position in Mesa AZ with a start date of July 1st. They have saved enough money to secure an apartment in Mesa so the entire family will be moving out and “up” on July 9th.v

2016 TOP SUCCESS STORY 

2018 TOP SUCCESS STORY TO DATE:  

Kevin and June. Ages late 50's.  Lived most of their adult life with housing insecurities due to excessive alcohol abuse.  In 2016 Kevin was admitted into a detox and rehab center. After spending several months there Kevin and June moved into ANEW Living.  Mid 2017 after one of ANEW's mandatory Finance classes where we focused on rediscovering dreaming of a brighter future and creating a vision board the light switch went on.  Kevin and June became excited and started actually believing in a brighter future.   By April 2018 Kevin and June had saved over $10,000. Due to the high cost of living in Flagstaff they decided to move to Utah.  They have reported on several occasions since they left that they now have everything that was on their vision board and they have had to create a new one which now includes purchasing a home.