Our Programs

At Eva’s, our programs are open to all youth and are culturally responsive and trauma-informed to meet the unique needs of Black youth.

All youth are welcome at Eva’s, and everyone benefits and learns from our approach.

Emergency Shelter
and Housing

Health and

Training and



Read it at stratplan.evas.ca

Stepping into Our Own

While continuing to serve all youth with this plan, we are stepping boldly into our identity as a Black youth-focused organization.

We pledge to honour our origins and step into our role, shoulder to shoulder with you, our community.

Celebrating our Strategic Plan with “Our Mission” Video Launch

2022-2023 Annual Impact Report

Introducing Eva’s Africentric Youth Journey Map

Eva’s Place
Emergency Shelter For Youth 16 – 24

The first youth shelter in North York, Toronto, providing a range of services and supports to prevent and reduce youth homelessness.

360 Lesmill Road, Toronto, ON,
M3B 2T5

(City of Toronto Intake)

A photo representing the temporary motel that Eva's is using to operate our Satellite hotel program

Eva’s Satellite Hotel Program
Emergency Shelter For Youth 16 – 24

Provides emergency and
longer-term housing in response to COVID-19 physical distancing protocols.

4584 Kingston Road, Scarborough, ON M1E 2P4

(Direct line)

(City of Toronto Intake)

Eva’s Phoenix
Shelter For Youth 16 – 24

Transitional housing and employment training facility providing skills and support for employment, education, and housing.

60 Brant St, Toronto, ON, M5V 3G9

416-364-4716 ext. 236
[email protected]

YOUth Belong
Shelter For Youth

Community-based housing for Black youth. Helping young people build skills while developing roots in their communities.

The program operates in scattered housing and Eva’s managed properties.


from Eva’s

“Being a part of the program gave me a lot of skills to find a job, have a better resume and cover letter, do well in interviews and dress professionally. I also learned soft skills like conflict resolution and how to adapt to the work environment.”

— Brianna