Key Auto Mall
3700 16th Ave
Kimberly Car City
625 W Kimberly Rd
1914 16th St
La Quinta Inn
5450 27th Street
1422 5 Ave
Lasting Impressions Salon
115 West 4th Street
Lawn Rangers, The
Lawrence Door Company
Coal Valley IL
Leftovers Furniture & Collectables
1111 Jersey Ridge Road
730 W Main
Mariman Auction Company
PO Box 327
McFarland Budelier Insurance
| 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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