1402 N. Main St
530 West 1st St. Hwy 67
Quad City International Airport
2200 69th Avenue P. O. Box 9009
Quad City Sports Center
700 West River Drive
Quality Inn & Suites
6920 27th Street
Radisson John Deere Expressway
Radisson QC Plaza
1415 River Drive
3020 Utica Ridge Road
2018 4 Ave
Rock Island IL
Remax On Track
4210 44th Ave
Resort Hospitality LLC
Reynolds Motor Company
1900 42nd Ave
East Moline IL
| If I need help, where can I turn?
Afro-American Heritage Center, a not-for-profit corporation providing accurate understanding of the historical identity of Afro-Americans toward the educational and social betterment of all people; 1611 12th Ave., Rock Island, (309) 786-8698.
American Red Cross, Quad Cities Chapter provides first aid, CPR and health classes, and disaster assistance to victims, and services to military families and veterans. 1110 River Dr., Moline; (309) 743-2166
Catholic Charities provides family, marriage and individual counseling. 4703 44th St Suite 3, Rock Island (309) 788-9581
Lutheran Social Services of Illinois provides a variety of personal and family-related services, including day care for older adults. 4709 44th St., Suite 1 Rock Island, 786-6400
Lutheran Services in Iowaprovides residential treatment, services to families, home health care, early childhood programs, adoption/foster care services, refugee resettlement, services for people with disabilities, disaster response initiatives and Barnabas Uplift. 111 West 15th St., Davenport; (563) 322-7419
Safer Foundation helps former adult offenders obtain education, training and employment; works with youth to obtain life skills and a GED. 2827 7th Ave., Rock Island, (309) 786-7711; www.safer-foundation.org.
Salvation Army provides assistance to individuals needing food, clothing or counseling. 2200 5th Ave., Moline; (309) 764-2811 (shelter: 563-324 4808)
Trinity Visiting Nurse and Homecare Associations provides health-related services through nursing, home health aides, homemakers, and hospice home care. 106 19th Ave. Suite 101, Moline; (309) 779-7600
United Way of the Quad Cities Area provides community leadership across diverse constituencies by investing in local programs to help children succeed, strengthen families, and build a stronger community. 3247 E. 35th St. Court, Davenport; (563) 355-4310
Project Now, founded in 1968, is a private, non-profit Community Action Agency, providing a wide range of social services in Rock Island, Henry and Mercer counties. Services are designed to help low-income families and senior citizens meet basic needs and achieve self sufficiency. Programs include Head Start; outreach; housing, including development, rehabilitation and homebuyers assistance; energy assistance; homeless services; apartment and commercial property rentals; senior services, such as transportation, congregate meals, home-delivered meals), weatherization of homes, Good Things Now Clothing Stores, The Furniture Connection, business start-up assistance and revolving loan funds. 418 19th St., Rock Island, (309) 793-6391.
Bridgeway provides services through the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, such as helping at-risk families, supervising visitations and offering parenting classes. 500 42nd St., Suite 6, Rock Island; (309) 786-0064
Marriage and Family Counseling provides marital, premarital and family therapy for English- and Spanish-speaking individuals, couples, and families. 1800 3rd Ave., #512, Rock Island; (309) 786-4491, www.mfcsqcorg.
Child Abuse Council helps prevent child abuse through public awareness and parenting education, 525 16th St., Moline; (309)764-7017; www.childabuseqc.org.
Robert Young Center for Community Mental Health serves people with a wide range of therapeutic needs. 2701 17th St., Rock Island, (309) 779-2800; 4600 3rd St., Moline, (309) 779-2031; 24-hour crisis line, (309) 779-2999.
Vera French Community Mental Health Center provides counseling and outreach services. 1441 W. Central Park, Davenport; (563) 383-1900, www.verafrenchmhc.org.
Bethany for Children and Families services include adoption, foster care, pregnancy support, individual counseling, in-home family counseling, juvenile-justice diversion services, therapeutic recreation program, teen-parent services, the family loan program, day treatment, and individual development accounts. 1830 6th Ave., Moline; (309) 797-7700
Boys and Girls Clubs of the Mississippi Valley provides a safe environment and positive alternatives for youths. 406 7th St., Moline, (309) 757-9155; 1702 Iowa St., Davenport, (563) 324-5673, www.bgcmv.org.
Boy Scouts of America, Illowa Council provides citizenship training, character development and personal fitness to boys ages 6-21, girls ages 14-21, parents, and volunteers; operates Camp Loud Thunder. 4711 N. Brady St., Suite 200, Davenport; (563) 388-7233; www.illowabsa.org
Girl Scouts of the Mississippi Valley Scouting programs build character and leadership skills for girls ages 4-17. 2011 2nd Ave., Rock Island; (309) 788-0833; www.gsmv.org
United Neighbors Inc. provides central-city youth with social-development programs, rehabilitation programs, crisis intervention, HUD counseling and the Dream program. 808 N. Harrison St., Davenport; (563) 322-7363
Youth Service Bureau of Rock Island County serves young people and assists families with child-related difficulties through counseling, and offers in-home family therapy and a delinquency-prevention program. 4709 44th St. Suite 5, Rock Island, (309) 793-3460
Christian Friendliness provides a ministry to low-income, unchurched kids and teens through outreaches in housing complexes, schools, and neighborhoods. It features two youth centers with tutoring, recreation, leadership development, and refuge from the street. and Camp Summit, a camp 35 minutes from their urban neighborhoods. 3928 12th Ave. Moline, (309) 762-4577; email@example.com; www.christianfriendliness.org
Veteran Affairs Department a helpline for veteran benefits. 1504 3rd Ave., Rock Island; (309) 793-1460
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