After struggling with mental health and addiction in a group home, Samantha found her way to Eva’s Place.
Left stranded after a landlord stole his money, Steve struggled to support himself.
After immigrating from France, Chahid had to make it alone at 17. He didn’t know that shelters existed.
Eva’s supported Desran when he needed it, and now he’s taken off as a multi-talented photographer, dancer, actor … amazing!
At Eva’s, Bailey gained incredible tech and design skills to move forward with his dreams as a “digital nomad”.
Peter and his mother got the help they needed to prevent Peter from getting caught in the cycle of homelessness.
After leaving foster care, Olivia got shelter, life skills, and employment support from Eva’s to get ready for a great future.
“Now, I wake up at 6:00 AM to be on the construction job site at 7:00 AM and I work my butt off all day and I couldn’t be happier.”
“Eva’s Phoenix has reintroduced me into a life I thought was lost forever and I will be able to enter the future with a bright smile on my face.”
Living at home I was lost to the person I was and how to use my voice. Thanks to Eva’s and their Running Club, I found myself.
Dealing with intense pressure and abuse from her parents, Lisa reached out to Eva’s for a fresh start and counselling.
Coming from an abusive household, Jesse left home and crashed on his friends’ couches for a while, before eventually being forced to live on the streets.
With her mother suffering from mental illness and her family struggling to survive off one meal a day, Amy transformed her life with the help of Eva’s.