Eva's Village, Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 1,235
393 Main St Paterson NJ 07501 USA
Eva's mission is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted, and provide medical care to the poor, with respect for the human dignity of each individual.
Recovery services: eva's village, inc. Provides residential, mental health (behavioral health svcs) and peer recovery support for men, women and women with children. This program is geared to those suffering from the disease of addiction. During the year ending june 30, 2014, eva's had 103 available beds for men, 36 beds for women, and 23 beds for women with children. The inpatient and outpatient recovery programs successfully treated over 550 individuals during the year ended june 30, 2014 and we had over 100 graduates from the programs. The recover centery was new jersey's first peer driven recovery support program and saw 692 unduplicated clients.
sheltering services: eva's village, inc. Has three emergency overnight shelters as well as transitional apartments located in paterson, nj. The men's emergency overnight shelter has beds for 40 men and sheltered 1687 men during the year ended june 30, 2014. The women's emergency overnight shelter has beds for 36 women and sheltered 158 women during the year ending june 30, 2014. The family shelter at the hope residence for mothers and children has beds for 7 women and 15 children and during the year ending june 30, 2014 eva's sheltered 90 mothers and 111 children. The family transitional apartments had capacity for 12 families and housed 19 families during the year ending june 30, 2014. The men's transitional apartment had a capacity for 7 men and housed 23 men during the year ended june 30, 2014.
eva's kitchen: eva's village, inc. Provides lunch to those who need and/or want to come. During the fiscal year ending june 30, 2014, eva's village provided 142,887 meals to those in need. In addition to these lunches, eva's serves lunch to participants in the outpatient program each day as well as breakfast, lunch and dinner to those in the recovery and shelter programs. This amounts to more than 1,200 meals per day, 400 in the kitchen and approximately 800 to those in our programs.
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Eva's Village is among the most comprehensive anti-poverty non profits in the state of New Jersey, creating positive change for people in great need. Eva's Village provides an access center to engage those in need and create a plan of assistance, then refers to their own or outside programs that will be most effective for the client. Eva's Village provides counseling, food, shelter, permanent affordable housing, inpatient and outpatient recovery services, free primary medical care, mental health services, dental care, Hope Residence (a unique shelter and recovery program for mothers and children), The Culinary School at Eva's Village, an organic gardening joint venture with local business and even more affiliated services. Eva's Village is also top rated for fiscal responsibility by Charity Navigator, and keeps administration costs exceptionally low compared to most nonprofits. I have been pleased to participate in this organization for seven + years. When you participate, and hear stories of success from people who were formerly living in extreme addiction, poverty and distress, it's hard not to become even more involved. I began by providing complimentary consultation on marketing, became a board member, chair of marketing and development, and currently serve as President of the Board of Directors. I encourage anyone with an interest to visit www.evasvillage.org, find out more, submit inquiries and donate. Your participation will improve American inner city lives and communities.
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