Kokopelli Information for:
Homes are located in upper middle class neighborhoods. There are Six
(6) menís facilities. They are nicely
furnished and decorated somewhat like a normal residential home, not an
institution. Our concept is to
provide a positive homelike atmosphere, not that common institutional
look and to instill responsibility by treating our program participants
with dignity, courtesy and respect.
Group Home, LLC
Where are we located?
Kokopelli currently has Six (6) homes located in Mesa, AZ. This
web site has a page for each location, with maps to direct you.
Each site is very similar and the participants can change
locations, with the approval of Kokopelli, and if on
parole/probation, the supervising officer.
Call for Availability
send all letters and correspondence to this location
1825 S. Cholla Street
(Click on the address to link
to the Home Information Page)
We also have a 2 Bedroom, 4 person Condo
for people that are advanced but still need
a little help before going out in the big world.
Mesa, AZ 85202
758 N Cholla
Mesa, AZ 85201
Mesa, AZ 85204
2223 W. Edgewood
Mesa,, AZ 85202
552 N. Temple Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85203
What do we
do not supply food.
do not prepare food.
All food and meal preparation is the responsibility of the individual
program participant. We do not
collect Food Stamp Cards from the participants to buy house food.
We do supply
excellent beds and other nice furniture (couches, chairs, tables, etc.),
all laundry facilities and laundry soap, all cooking utensils,
televisions with satellite receivers, all cleaning supplies, shampoo,
bedding, pillows, patio furniture, exercise equipment, high speed
internet computers, and more. But
What is the
Our fee is $130 per
Week plus the applicable Privilege Tax ($132.29 per Week), payments are due on Friday (pro-rated for the day the participants enter the
program (18.90 per Day). There is also a $130 security deposit.
participants must work or perform charity functions. There should be no
sedentary participants. The participants should be in counseling and
attend meetings. If the participant is on Probation or Parole then they
must comply with those rules. Kokopelli will send a
Status Report to the
officer on a periodic basis.
We do have
rules. Most of our rules
are similar to other group homes and half-way houses. We based many of
our rules on national group home rules and conditions, so there should
be no surprises.
Curfew, do chores,
clean-up after themselves, no drugs or alcohol on the property and no
coming home using. The rules are really very simple: use common sense,
do not use drugs or alcohol, pay your bills, be responsible.
Kokopelli is serious about recovery and
transitioning our participants to society.
link below to view the Application and Print)
Please download our Application especially for those on
Probation or Parole