ABOUT HOUSE OF REFUGE
In 1995, House of Refuge acquired 88 homes, a chapel and an office building on the former Williams Air Force Base in southeast Mesa to provide transitional housing and wrap-around support programs to families experiencing homelessness. We accepted our first resident into our program in 1996 – and we have been changing lives ever since.
House of Refuge provides safe, stable housing to families who are experiencing homelessness. Our professional staff work with families on regaining dignity, healing from trauma, finding employment, and ultimately obtaining permanent housing.
By investing your time and talents in our community, you aid in changing the trajectory of a family’s life forever.
Supportive programs to help our residents gain valuable life skills
Highlighting the work we do, our volunteers and our community
A Mother’s Day they will remember at House of Refuge this weekend
What happens when three dynamic non-profit organizations team up to benefit mothers recovering from homelessness and domestic violence? An incredible Mother’s Day event of pampering and luxurious spa experiences they will never forget this weekend.
Gilbert Art League helps to develop kids’ talent
The community center at House of Refuge in Mesa was a hive of activity recently as children from 4 to 13 socialized after the school day.
Paint-a-thon Event HomeAid Phoenix in partnership with
‘Giving machines’ Helping House of Refuge
'Giving machines' return to Valley for fifth