A NON PROFIT PROVIDING TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAMS FOR MEN
Ken utilizes his personal experiences to relate to our residents. As a former Resident, he can speak to them on a level that only those that have been there can understand. With multiple years of recovery he has found his passion through helping others the way he was helped. Ken oversees all day to day operations of The Mesa House, Inc.
After serving in the Marines and raising a family, Mario has found his passion by helping others. Marios oversees in kind donations, transportation for residents, and relates to our veterans in a way that only those who have served understand. Besides all of that, this man can cook1
A veteran from the Vietnam War, he has had his fair share of struggles. With multiple years of sobriety behind him, he helps those in need. He’s been involved with The Mesa House for more than 12 years mentoring and helping where he is needed.
In 1996, Brenda graduated from Arizona State University in Business Administration. It wasn’t long before her addictions destroyed her marriage leaving her a single parent. Out of desperation, she entered the recovery community in 1997. By 2001, she opened her first 10 beds at The Mesa House Inc. a structured transitional living facility for homeless men addicted to alcohol/drugs. To date, she has 80 beds in nine locations and has helped
over 5000 men recover.
Being the only child of Brenda Capizzi Cash, she has grown up around The Mesa House her entire life. She has witnessed first hand the devastation of addiction and the miracles of recovery. She has been able to implement the life skills she has learned being around The Mesa House to live life on life's terms. As the Office Manager, Breanna has a keen eye for detail and a compassionate heart to help the men find their way.
Roxanne is a married mother of three beautiful daughters. She became familiar with the The Mesa House over ten years ago when she developed a friendship with Breanna Vartanian. She is familiar with the devastating effects of addictions as she has experienced it first hand
with her extended family.
Roxanne brings her maternal instincts, patience, and her dedicated work ethic to the Mesa House, Inc.