Can two miracles happen at the same time? We think so because we see them happen every day. Watch and meet our "Miracle Man," 82-year-old Clifton.
Update from the Front Lines
Eva's Front Line Heroes continue to fulfill our mission while adapting our programs and services to protect everyone's health and safety during the pandemic.
Many employees are going above and beyond to make sure clients get the care they need and to stay safe.
We continue to distribute 300-500 daily meals to go and are giving out cloth masks when they are available
We're still caring for 150+ men,women and children in our Halfway Houses and Shelters
We've reconfigured spaces to isolate patients diagnosed with COVID-19, and we're monitoring them 24/7
We've added new cleaning protocols and provided protective gear to clients and staff
We've set up virtual and digital networks so community members and outpatients who can no longer meet face - to - face can receive recovery support and counseling - Please share our peer support hotline with anyone you know who may be struggling during this crisis. Call 973-754-6784, Mon. - Fri., 8 am - 4 pm
Read morestories about how we are continuing to deliver critical care and services while protecting the health and safety of our clients, staff and community.
Donors find creative ways to help
There are extraordinary costs to keeping our doors open and continuing to serve people who have no where else to go during this pandemic. Please become a Donor Hero and support Eva's Village by:
making donations of cash, securities or planning for a legacy gift
purchasing Wish Listitems to support our Halfway House and Shelter clients
These donors used their ingenuity to support Eva's from home with donations: a ton of bananas for our Community Kitchen and hand-sewn masks for our Halfway House clients. Thank you John and Monica!Meet more Donor Heroes here.
You can also help by spreading the word about Eva's Village with friends and neighbors in your community and on social media: