Within Eveho Foundation, we work to the socio-educative care. We do it above all through Residential Services, Programs and Projects. The aim is to support them in their journey through autonomy which leads them to full emancipation in equal conditions.   

The organization through their professional team has the responsability to define their life path in a resilient, encouraging, promising, preventive, joyous and democratic way. All of this generates synergies simultaneously with the environment and work in network to provide a good quality response to the future of this boys and girls. 

Residential Centers

Programs

Projects

The people we take care of in our residential centers are girls, boys, teenagers and youngsters currently or formerly under guardianship. The centers respond to the different typologies according to the portfolio of Social Services as: Residential Centers of Educative Attention (CRAEs), autonomy flats from 16 to 18 years old, Residences and Programs of Professional Insertion (PIL) for youngsters between 16 and 21 years old.

Our residential spaces are important in care, foster and familial environment with a respectful, empathetic, esteemed and affectionate support. A work methodology based on active participation with corresponding inherent rights and duties. The aim is to make them grow up with freedom and to make them feel valued and actors of their own stories. 

The programs that the entity leads respond to the transversal actions which complete the socio-educative action in favour of the recipients of residential services and projects, related to :   

Professional insertion via “T-Freina” program,   

Promotion of volunteering of national and international youngsters via “T-Voluntariat”, and  

Cultural and leisure actions done via the “T-Jove” program.

Projects managed by Eveho Foundation are intended for youngsters up to 25 years old. They are essential to social inclusion and reinstatement of the emancipation journeys with guarantees such as :  

In professional environment : DIKAIA, insertion company,  

Care to homeless youngsters : PS360ºT : “Proyecto Sostre” (roofless project) to the care of homeless youngsters in Tarragona (PS360ºT),  

ARKE: technical desk.

Residential Centers

The people we take care of in our residential centers are girls, boys, teenagers and youngsters currently or formerly under guardianship. The centers respond to the different typologies according to the portfolio of Social Services as: Residential Centers of Educative Attention (CRAEs), autonomy flats from 16 to 18 years old, Residences and Programs of Professional Insertion (PIL) for youngsters between 16 and 21 years old.

Our residential spaces are important in care, foster and familial environment with a respectful, empathetic, esteemed and affectionate support. A work methodology based on active participation with corresponding inherent rights and duties. The aim is to make them grow up with freedom and to make them feel valued and actors of their own stories. 

Programs

The programs that the entity leads respond to the transversal actions which complete the socio-educative action in favour of the recipients of residential services and projects, related to :   

Professional insertion via “T-Freina” program,   

Promotion of volunteering of national and international youngsters via “T-Voluntariat”, and  

Cultural and leisure actions done via the “T-Jove” program.

Projects

The recipients of our residential services are children, teenagers and youngsters under or formally under guardianship. They respond to different typologies according to the Social Services data base, in what they are:  Residential Centers to the educative Care (CRAES), independence shelters (Hogares) from 16 to 18 years old, Residences and professional insertion Programs (PILS) for youngsters in between 16 and 21 years old.   

Our residential spaces are important in care, foster and familial environment with a respectful, empathetic, esteemed and affectionate support. A work methodology based on active participation with corresponding inherent rights and duties. The aim is to make them grow up with freedom and to make them feel valued and actors of their own stories.