A NON PROFIT PROVIDING TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAMS FOR MEN
We celebrate every holiday with a banquet, which includes: fun and fellowship, pool parties in the summer, Easter egg hunts in the spring, and holiday festivities in the fall.
"I don't know how to emphasize the help we give to homeless Veterans." Brenda C., CEO
We don't require money up front, but we do require the willingness to change!
Whether it is the Hobson House, the Pepper House, or the Mesa House Intake House, all our locations are conveniently located near public transportation. Pictured above is the Mahoney House.
Your tax deductible contribution will be used to provide a resident's needs for his first week, building repairs and maintenance, and to purchase bus passes for work transportation. Your donation is so important because it helps enable our residents to have a strong desire to re-enter society.
Our President is a Veteran, and our Management Team have many years experience with addiction and recovery modalities, most have personal experience and victories over their trials and tribulations of the past.
In 1996, Brenda graduated from ASU with a degree 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 male Veterans addicted to alcohol/drugs. However, the steps and the concept of a higher power still eluded her until she attended the Back to Basics by Wally P. beginners meetings in 2002. Her life changed and she has been teaching Back to Basics ever since. On numerous occasions over the years, she has had the privilege of co-presenting Back to Basics and How to listen to God seminars with Wally P.
To date, she has 80 beds in nine locations and has helped over 5000 Veterans and civilians recover.
All our locations are conveniently located near public transportation.
Safe, structured and sober living environments start with homes in residential neighborhoods.
The Mesa House, Inc serving men with transitional sober living homes since 2001. Since 2005, this home has been the intake house and main offices.
Super Bowl Sunday Party - Food, and lots of Super Bowl fun
Work Opportunities - Spring Training
Concessions at Tempe Diablo Stadium - Fun, Fellowship and Baseball
Easter Party - Food, Easter Egg hunt, and fun activities
Mother's Day Back to Basics is scheduled for Monday 7pm to give
all residents time to spend with Mom and family
Barbecue, Swimming, Fellowship
Father's Day Back to Basics is scheduled for Monday 7pm to give
all residents time to spend with Dad and family
Independence Day Poolside - Director tells the story of The Mesa House, Observe our freedom - Barbecue, Swimming, Fellowship
The Final Summer Barbeque Party - Barbecue, Mush Ball and Fellowship
Work Opportunities - Arizona State Fair Positions available to those that want to work the rides
Veterans' Day Celebration
Annual Mush Ball Game at Pioneer Park
Thanksgiving Morning - Our traditional gratitude meeting followed by our Banquet with families invited.
December to Remember
Every Thursday in December we decorate our homes for the holidays with lights, Christmas trees, personalized Christmas ornaments, and personalized Christmas stockings that are hung around the homes.
Christmas Eve Celebration
Banquet, Fellowship and a visit from Santa, lighting of the lanterns
Residents are able to spend time with their families
NEW YEARS EVE
Women from other programs join us for food, dancing, and fireworks to bring in the new year.
Three to four times a year, we have a Guest Appearance from Wally P. "Back to Basics" all 12 steps in 1 hour.
Women from other Transitional Living Programs are invited to our major holiday events.