Eva’s community houses will provide safe places for 16 Black and racialized youth residents to live for up to four years. Each resident will have a case manager to provide coaching and support and each house will have a live-in support worker.
- Eva’s Home: four-bedroom house for young people involved with and/or leaving the provincial child welfare system.
- Eva’s Hope: four-bedroom house for young people affected by the criminal law system.
- Eva’s Spark: four-bedroom house for female-identified young people with mental health needs.
- Eva’s Way: four-bedroom house for trans and gender non-binary young people.
Eva’s Community Houses are part of the Eva’s YOUth Belong Program.