Evelyn's House


Evelyn’s House offers a safe, nurturing home and supportive services for young mothers and their children. This home and program is available to homeless women ages 16-21 who are pregnant or parenting. 


Services Offered

In addition to providing young mothers and their children with a safe, nurturing home-like living environment, Evelyn’s House offers services focused on empowerment. Our service coordination, on-site instruction, home visiting, child daycare enrollment, education access, career counseling, and parenting skills services provide young mothers with the skills and networks they need to live independently.

How To Get Involved


If you or someone you know could benefit from Evelyn’s House, please contact our Program Manager using the information provided at the bottom of this page.

Make a Referral

As well as accepting self-referrals, we welcome referrals from community providers. Please contact our Program Manager using the information provided at the bottom of this page.

Results & Impact

Evelyn’s House can support seven women and their children at a time for up to 18 months. For half of 2014, Evelyn’s House was at 100% capacity and had a waiting list of up to four young mothers and their children at times. In 2014, we supported 16 young women and 17 children in our home, with 11 transitioning to permanent housing, 2 enrolling in GED programs, 5 attending or graduating from high school, and 6 securing daycare.


Locations & Contact

To find out more about Evelyn’s House, please contact our Program Manager, Amy Redmond.

Evelyn’s House
10 Barton Avenue
Utica, NY 13502

Amy Redmond, Program Manager

“Besides helping feed me and putting a roof over my head, Evelyn’s House has provided help and support to get my life back on track. Since I’ve been here, I’ve been able to focus on making myself a better person. I’ve seen so many positive changes in my life since being here and I’m honestly so grateful.” –A Young Mother from Evelyn’s House




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