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Services

Shelter:  Christian Care provides safe shelter for men, age 18 and up, who find themselves experiencing homelessness.  We have a 42-bed capacity with six beds designated for our Veterans Transitional Housing Program.

Case Management:  Christian Care provides intensive case management services for all residents.   Client advocates work one-on-one with residents focusing on immediate needs, goal achievement, income and long term safe, stable and permanent housing.

Community Meal Site: Christian Care provides a community meal site for anybody in need. Hours are as follows:
       Breakfast: Sunday - Saturday at 6:30a
       Lunch:  Monday – Friday at 12:00p
       Dinner:  Sunday – Saturday at 6:30p       

  • Due to Covid-19 protocol our Community Meal Site is not open to the public. Breakfast is not currently being served. Sack lunches are provided at the front door at listed meal times.

Warming & Cooling Center Site: Christian Care serves as a Warming & Cooling Center Site for individuals in need of respite from the hot and cold temperatures.

Chapel/Life Skills:Christian Care provides nightly chapel services with area clergy and lay volunteers to provide spiritual inspiration for those in need. Life Skill classes are offered on a variety of topics which include budgeting, food, nutrition and exercise.

Caring for Our Community Parish Nursing Program: In partnership with UnityPoint Trinity Parish Nursing and Health Ministry, Christian Care is able to provide on-site basic medical and preventative healthcare. A parish nurse is available every Wednesday from 11:00a – 1:00p. This program can offer medical assessments, blood pressure screenings, education on health, wellness and medication, and community referrals. Services are available to anybody accessing our community meal site.

Street Outreach: Christian Care and Project Now in Rock Island have teamed up to offer homeless street outreach services for Rock Island County. Brenda Mends (PN) and De’Andre Robinson (CC) will work side-by-side with community partners, law enforcement and hospitals to identify and engage those living unsheltered in our community.

Web Links

BENEFITS
Veteran’s Benefits:  http://www.benefits.va.gov/benefits/
Social Security Administration:   https://www.ssa.gov/

SERVICES

RICCA:  https://www.riccacouncil.com/
Project Now:  http://www.projectnow.org/
Transitions:  http://www.transmhs.org/
CADS:  http://cads-ia.com/about/locations/rock-island
Robert Young Center: https://www.unitypoint.org/quadcities/servicesc-mental-health-and-substance-abuse.aspx

SHELTERS

Family Resources Survivor Services: https://www.famres.org/services/survivor-services
Humility Homes & Services: https://www.humilityhomes.org/
Salvation Army Family Svcs. Center: https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/quadcities/
Winnie’s Place: https://www.cuqca.org/winnies-place.php
Quad City Haven of Hope: https://www.qchavenofhope.org/what-we-do
Argrow’s House of Healing and Hope: https://argrowshouse.org/



Other Links:

United Way of the QC:  http://www.unitedwayqc.org/

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