A Brand New Lens for Bright New Futures: Eva’s Strategic Path to Ending Youth Homelessness (2017)

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Youth at the Centre of Impact: Toward an Outcomes Measurement Framework (2017)

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Eva’s Annual Impact Report 2016

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Download Full Financial Statements (180 KB, PDF)

Who Does Eva’s Serve?

16-24

ages of residents

Demographics: any young person can experience homelessness, but some face higher risks/barriers and have less access to supports (e.g. LGBTTIQQ2S youth, Indigenous youth, racialized youth, youth leaving foster care)

1,034

youth resided at Eva’s facilities

382

youth and their families served by Family Reconnect

197

youth served by Family Reconnect

  • 42 remained in stable housing with family support and did not become homeless
  • 39 youth returned to family homes
  • 20 moved to stable housing with
  • 96 provided support to strengthen relationships with family
3,000

independent living, health and wellness, and development sessions for youth

Youth participants in employment training programs:
84

youth supported to complete high school and/or go on to college or university

1,193

youth served by harm reduction and mental health programming, including street outreach

More Eva’s Publications

2015 Annual Impact Report Summary (1.44 MB, PDF)

2015 Annual Impact Report (2.02 MB, PDF)

2015 Financial Statements (967 KB, PDF)

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