Eva’s Place, Eva’s Satellite, and Eva’s Phoenix provide safe space and support for 123 homeless youth aged 16-24 every night. Each facility is designed to help youth with their unique circumstances transition out of homelessness and on to independent living.
Eva’s staff work with each homeless youth to develop a personalized action plan. This plan is designed to empower each young person to achieve both short and long-term personal and career goals. This intake, assessment and screening process considers the whole person: mental, physical and aspirational.
Our award-winning Family Reconnect Program offers family and individual counselling to at-risk and homeless youth and their families, to help prevent youth from entering the shelter system.
Our Harm Reduction Program offers group and individual counselling, education on safer drug use strategies, and a variety of informative workshops to youth who are living with drug and alcohol addiction.
Our Training & Employment Program provides homeless and at-risk youth with skills-based, experiential training that can help them identify career goals and gain entry-level employment.
When you print with Eva's Print Shop, you help prepare youth experiencing homelessness for employment in the graphics and print sector.
From house cleaning, cooking, laundry, home maintenance and financial literacy to conflict resolution, self-esteem and emotional control, these skills will help ensure that our youth are able to maintain stable housing when they leave our shelters.
Every day, Eva’s provides shelter and unique services to Toronto’s homeless youth. Want to see what a fresh start looks like? Explore the inspirational stories of our graduates.