Eva’s Phoenix

Eva’s Phoenix provides housing for 50 youth, aged 16 to 24 years, for up to a full year, and since 2002 has also allowed up to 160 youth each year, aged 16 to 29 years, to participate in its employment and pre-apprenticeship programs. Working with business, labour and community partners, Eva’s Phoenix provides homeless and at-risk youth with the opportunities needed to develop life skills, build careers and live independently.

  • Housing Program
    Youth at Eva’s Phoenix live in shared townhouse-style units with access to common areas. While at Eva’s Phoenix, youth develop the skills to live independently through goal setting exercises, workshops and hands-on programs that are delivered in a supportive environment. (More)
  • Mentorship Program
    Peer Mentors and One-to-One Mentors provide a range of support to youth. (More)
  • Training and Employment Programs
    Youth living at Eva’s Phoenix must be involved in a training or employment program. (More)
  • Youth Succeeding in Employment Program (YSEP)
    The Youth Succeeding in Employment Program (YSEP) is about providing at-risk youth with employment opportunities that will assist them to get their “foot in the door” to a career of their choice. (More)
  • New or Returning Applicants
    If you are a youth interested in our program and you have never been a participant or resident before, please use the Referral Form. It is ideal if you can have this form filled out by someone from a youth-serving agency that works with you (shelter worker, counsellor, etc.), however you can also fill the form out yourself. (More)