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Evelyn's House


Provides joint transitional and rapid rehousing program. Program includes supportive services and community resources for these women and their children during and after pregnancy. Services and classes include:
  • intensive case management
  • evidence-based parenting classes
  • employment
  • nutrition
  • health and wellness plans
  • mental health treatment
  • obtainment of permanent housing

Eligibility: Mothers ages 16-21 years who are parenting and/or currently pregnant and homeless. Do not need to be coming from a homeless shelter to receive assistance.

Application Process: Call for appointment.

Required Documentation: Verification of homelessness.

Fees: No fee for services.

Herkimer, Madison and Oneida Counties.


ICAN provides intensive wraparound services to children and their families in the home, school and community with a mission of keeping families together.

310 Main Street
Utica NY 13501

Website: ican.family

Hours: M-F 8:30AM-4:30PM



Website: ican.family/programs/evelyns-house

10 Barton Avenue
Utica NY 13502


24 hours


Rosetta St. Peter
EH Program Manager


Interpreters available as needed.

This program is offered at this site:

Evelyn's House

Main Address:

10 Barton Avenue

Utica NY 13502


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