Address:2535 Tech Dr #205Bettendorf, IA 52722Map & Directions
Services: Links The Religious Community With Other Community Agencies And Groups.location Informationphysical Location2535 Tech Drive, Suite 205bettendorf, Ia, United States, 52722last Updatedwednesday, September 6, 2017agency Backgroundtax Statusnone Or Unknowncontact Information(563) 332-5002main Phoneemailnewsletter@cuqca.orgwebsitehttp://www.cuqca.orgsenior Workeranne Wachalexecutive Directorhours Of Operationmon-fri 8 Am-4:30 Pmprograms Offeredchurch Coordinationfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryfood Pantryhomeless Shelterhot Mealssite Information
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm
Address:901 20th StRock Island, IL 61201Map & Directions
Services: ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER HOUSE offers transitional housing for homeless children and their mothers Room and board provided Supportive services are provided by Project NOW, allied agencies, and in-house by hostess.
Hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Address:418 19th StRock Island, IL 61201Map & Directions
Services: CROUCH YOUTH TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM is a two-year program for homeless youth (single-with or without children, or couples-with or without children) The youth must be willing and able to attend school and/or work They must also actively participate in skill-development classes This program is designed for youth who are able to live independently, without the need for constant supervision The purpose of this program is to provide opportunities for youth to address the issues that have contributed to their homelessness and to increase capacity and life skills.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm
Address:2209 3rd AveRock Island, IL 61201Map & Directions
Services: Shelter Services For Homeless Men.location Informationphysical Location2209 3rd Avenuerock Island, Il, United States, 61201last Updatedmonday, September 11, 2017agency Backgroundsource Of Fundingin-kind And Financial Contributions, Some Local Foundation Grants And A Va Grant.tax Statusnone Or Unknowncontact Information(309) 786-5734main Phone(309) 786-6774faxwebsitehttp://www.christiancareqc.orgmain Contactfrank Roeexecutive Directorfroe@christiancareqc.org309-786-5734senior Workerfrank Roeexecutive Directorfroe@christiancareqc.org309-786-5734hours Of Operationoffice Hours And Donation Drop-off Hours: Mon-fri 8 Am-7 Pmprograms Offeredhomeless Shelterhot Mealsthanksgiving And Christmas Mealswarming And Cooling Centersite Information
Hours: Office hours and donation drop-off hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-7 pm
Address:1016 W 5th StDavenport, IA 52802Map & Directions
Services: Emergency Shelter For Adult Men And Women.location Informationphysical Location1016 West 5th Streetdavenport, Ia, United States, 52802last Updatedtuesday, May 15, 2018agency Backgroundtax Statusnone Or Unknowncontact Information(563) 322-8065main Phone(563) email@example.com://www.humilityofmaryshelter.comprograms Offeredday Shelteremergency Sheltersite Information
Address:301 W 6th St # 1Davenport, IA 52803Map & Directions
Services: SALVATION ARMY OF THE QUAD CITIES, a United Way partner agency, provides numerous services to the community Clothing vouchers for those who qualify are available Refer Rock Island County Residents to this number Scott County residents call Salvation Army, Davenport (324-7076).
Hours: Open 24/7
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Address:3805 Mississippi AveDavenport, IA 52807Map & Directions
Services: HUMILITY OF MARY HOUSING, INC., a United Way partner agency, is an 18-month to two-year transitional housing program for single-parent families and possible option of permanent housing for transitional housing graduates Some units are handicapped accessible and any family waiting for an apartment could be on a list for one to three months Residents may receive counseling through group meetings, and food pantry and clothing referrals Emergency transportation/bus tokens are provided for clients.
Forty-seven apartments are offered: seven are for families in which the parent must have completed treatment and is in recovery for chemical dependency; four are for families headed by single parents that are severely impacted by mental illness or brain injury and families must be referred by Vera French Housing Corporation; and thirty-three are for other single-parent families All families are accepted based on their self-sufficiency goals and potential for working toward their goals They must also meet HUD's definition of
Address:111 Wahl RdSterling, IL 61081Map & Directions
Services: Emergency homeless shelter open October 1 through April 30, 7:00 pm - 7:00 am. Shelter is closed May 1 through September 30.
Hours: Evening and overnight hours only, beginning 7:00 pm to 7:00 am the next day.
Address:317 7th Ave SClinton, IA 52732Map & Directions
Services: YWCA offers a variety of services including: fitness, childcare, pre-school, swimming lessons, domestic violence and sexual assault resource center and transitional housing for homeless women and their children Summer camp is also offered for school-aged children.
Hours: Mon-Fri 5:30 am-9 pm, Sat 7 am-5 pm, Sun 11 am-5 pm. Childcare offered Mon-Fri 5:30 am-Midnight.
Address:221 2nd Ave SClinton, IA 52732Map & Directions
Services: INFORMATION, REFERRAL & ASSISTANCE SERVICES provides information, referral, and emergency financial assistance to residents of Clinton County.
-Limited financial aid for emergency situations including utilities, rent, prescription medications, glasses, clothing, school supplies, holiday assistance, transportation, birth certificate retrieval, Iowa identification, books for GED testing, etc.
-Pantries United--two food sites for emergency food and household supplies.
-Bike Program--Distributes unclaimed and stolen bikes from police department to kids in need.
-JERICHO Program--Transitional housing facility for families not eligible for other programs Must participate in individually designed programs to assist families in moving toward independence Two-year follow-up support.
-Advocacy for families in crisis.
-Coordination of existing services and aid to meet individual family needs.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-12 noon, 1 pm-3 pm; Thu 9 am-12 noon.