Find Help Here. Are you hungry, unemployed or homeless? Are you suffering from substance use disorder and don’t know how to break the cycle of addiction? Are you experiencing mental health issues? Eva’s Village can help get you back on track to lead a healthy, stable, independent life. Scroll down to learn more about our services and to apply.
FOOD & HOUSING
Eva's Community Kitchen
Serving breakfast and lunch. All are welcome.
Emergency Overnight Shelters / Short Term Housing
We offer a clean bed, three meals a day and access to our social services.
Eva's Village Apartments
Affordable housing for income-eligible residents.
EDUCATION & JOB TRAINING
Childcare and Education / After School Support
As part of the HOPE Residence Halfway House for Women with Children, children are provided care and early education while their mothers attend counseling and classes.
Halfway House residence get help with job applications, resume writing, and interview preparation.
TREATMENT & RECOVERY
The Recovery Community Center
Volunteer-based, peer-to-peer programs to help break the cycle of addiction.
Halfway Houses for Men & Women (ASAM Level 3.1)
Halfway House for Women with Children (ASAM Level 3.1)
Separate facilities for Men, for Women, and for Women with Children.
Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Program (IOP Level 2.1 & OP Level 1)
Programs to help those struggling with substance use disorder.
Opioid Response Team (ORT)
In partnership with the city agencies and other nonprofits, RCC staff engage with community members and provide resources and referrals to aid in the path to recovery.
Opioid Overdose Recovery Program (OORP)
24 hour peer recovery specialists assist in coordinating treatment services for Emergency Department patients who are struggling with addiction.
Outpatient Mental Health Program (ASAM Level 1.0)
Mental health services for our community members and residents.
Medical care for Eva’s Village residents.
Eva's Village is Where Hope Begins. We help thousands of men, women, and children each year by addressing the basic needs of food and shelter as well as complex issues around addiction, mental illness, and chronic homelessness. Our unique and integrated approach provides a community of supportive services, which include food, shelter, addiction and mental health treatment, childcare, job training, medical care, and housing. We are located on a 3-block campus in downtown Paterson, NJ.