The mission of Eva’s Closet is to encourage and empower every family member by offering learning tools and resources that will help them find full solutions to enhance their livelihoods. To do that, we focus on education and skill development for parenting and career coaching.
Educating parents on why and how to parent properly helps ensure that their children are raised with structure and discipline. This reduces juvenile delinquency, reduces drug abuse, lowers the rate of teenage pregnancies, and helps stop child abuse and neglect. Ultimately, it helps pave the road for children to become young people with integrity who contribute to society.
Providing career coaching and counseling goes beyond just helping someone meet their basic needs. The first step is helping someone find a job so that they feel valued and productive. However, we focus on the long-term by helping people select career paths that will allow them to find growth, fulfillment, and ultimately success in their work. This improves their sense of well-being and allows them to be better spouses, parents, and citizens.
Our parenting and life skill programs help single mothers and low-income families who are struggling and cannot afford parenting classes to enhance their skills. We also help teenage mothers learn how to become more effective parents.
Our career coaching services help breadwinners by providing them with the skills and resources they need to find better employment. This in turn helps them create better livelihoods, better provide for their families, and improve their mental health.
Here’s how we work:
If you’re uncertain Eva’s Closet can help you, we invite you to attend one of our sessions for free. We are transparent about our programs, and our passion is to help others. We want to help you!
On Saturday, December 4th and December 18th from 9 am to 12 noon, Eva’s Closet will be hosting our annual blanket and coat drive at the Tony Shotwell Life Center.