Mulligan's Manor is a group home that invests its profits into the care, concern and needs of our residents. We have begun to hold fundraising events and depend upon donor support to serve the children.

Program benefits include:

Specifically designed Programs & Services for at-risk LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Ally), and heterosexual adolescents as well

​​Focus on quality and not quantity

Encourage peer-to-peer mentoring

Promote individual expression to include diverse gender identity and expression

Educate youth how to utilize resources and develop life skills

Provide on-going and continuous 24-hour care


Building a sustainable community that embraces and nurtures at-risk GLBTQA youth.  A community that provides programs, professional counseling, and education that leads to family reunification when possible, or creates a successful pathway into adulthood. 


Believing that every youth deserves a safe and supportive place to grow, Mulligan's Manor provides a loving family-oriented group home for at-risk GBTQA (Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender, Questining and Ally) youth, along with tools and programs designed to help them build life skills for a fulfilling and happy future. 

how are we different?

As the only non-profit LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Ally) group home in the State, and one of three in the Nation, our primary goal is to support youth who have experienced trauma and need individual attention. We live in a family home with House Parents who are on-site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We focus on building healthy and positive relationships that will support the youth in their future lives.

what is mulligan's manor?

Mulligan's Manor is a home to a special family of at-risk youth who have found refuge from the turmoil of their lives. We are the first non-profit 501(c)(3) group home in Arizona that specializes in serving lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, questioning, and ally youth. We accept LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Ally), heterosexual and at-risk youth in crisis who need a home where they will be treated with care and respect by trained, licensed professionals that are consistently available to our youth.


Our Executive Director, Advisory Board of Directors, Staff, and Volunteers are individuals dedicated to child and family service. 

From the Former Chairman of Mulligan's Manor, Blake Loy 2015-2018

Do you remember the challenges of being a teenager? Now imagine those challenges plus being removed from your family’s home and placed in foster care, attending a different school, trying to make new friends all while trying to understand your gender and/or sexual identity. That’s a typical day for our youth at Mulligan’s Manor. Please join us in supporting these youth to achieve a happy and successful adolescence and transition into adulthood.

Bio: Blake Loy has been involved with Mulligan’s since 2014 and served on the board of directors 2015-2018. His passion for LGBT youth comes from his own experience coming out as gay in a Mormon family following high school. His challenges and successes fuel his passion for helping youth recognize their potential and the great impact they can have in this world. Blake recently married his husband, Tim, and lives in Black Canyon City with their two beautiful children.

All young people, regardless of sexual orientation or identity, deserve a safe and supportive environment in which to achieve their full potential

~ Harvey Milk

why and where?

There are approximately 15,000 youth in the Child Protective Services system in Maricopa County, which means there could be hundreds of LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Ally) children in need of respectful housing. We are located in the greater metropolitan Phoenix area and serve youth from all over the state. We work to keep the number of children-to-staff low while developing long-term relationships of support and encouragement.

​Our long-term goal is to build a safe and positive community for our adolescents to remain until reunification with families is possible; or until they turn 18 years old.

501(c)3  Charitable Tax ID 26-4089175           -              4701 S. Lakeshore #1, Tempe AZ 85282        -