Esperanza Legal Assistance Center
Providing immigration legal assistance to low-income, immigrant, and Spanish-speaking residents of the Quad Cities who are seeking assistance with issues relating to immigration. The office is open by appointment and for phone calls on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
- Phone: (309) 732-0047
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- WhatsApp: (309) 732-0044
- Website: esperanzaqc.com/legal-assistance
Project Now Head Start
ead Start promotes the school readiness of preschool-aged children from low-income families. Services are provided through two options: center-based and home-based in three counties: Rock Island, Henry, and Mercer. Head Start is provided at no cost to income eligible families with children 3-5 years old including children with disabilities or other special needs. Head Start offers a variety of services that support the children’s growth in positive learning environments: early learning and development, health, and family wellbeing. Our program engages parents and family members in positive relationships, focusing on the needs of the family. Parents participate in leadership roles through Policy Council and parent meetings, including having a say in program operations.
For more information including enrollment, call (309) 792-4555 or visit https://www.projectnow.org/head-start.php
Mobile Food Pantries (Held Quarterly)
Providing groceries to individuals and families in need throughout our community in partnership with River Bend Food Bank, which provides the food.
If you are in need of urgent food assistance, visit River Bend Food Bank to find a list of weekly food pantries in the community.