In the Spring 2019 print edition of our newsletter, you’ll learn about our new CEO, see how we honor Father John Hynes, learn about our upcoming Fresh Start Benefit Sale, and discover new ways you can help HHSI.Read More
My 3 children were excited for me and become my biggest cheerleaders. Terrance, my oldest son states “I’ve seen you endure some of the toughest of times. Having me as a teenage mother brought its own challenges. I’m proud of you!”Read More
What was once a garage sale started as a mission of the heart by Gertrude Vogel has evolved into a biannual event, generating over $46,000 annually for Humility Homes.Read More
Serving all. Benefiting all. Nearly eight months into our new merger, our new name Humility Homes and Services, Inc., is setting in.Read More
What’s Your Home Base? - Perspectives from the Mexico Border and Linda Cook of the QC TImes Describes “Newly Empowered” at 6th Annual Have A Heart for the Homeless Luncheon.Read More
Network of Mutuality: Humility Homes and Services is managing Kings Harvest Winter Emergency Shelter and several participants received “A New Lease on Life".”Read More
If you have been impacted by an increase in rent that has either caused an eviction, moving in with family or friends, or you are now spending more than 50% of your monthly income as a result of that increase, we would like to hear from you. Please email email@example.com with your story.Read More
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would have been 90 years old on January 15. His life was senselessly taken away from his family, community, and world much too soon. And those who marched with Dr. King are slowly passing on as well. Their dreams and determination for justice and equity will soon be passed on to us to fulfill as well.Read More
Community residents and service providers celebrate the Christmas Season and our new Circle / Roundabout at the five point intersection of 6th St. / Vine St. / Ash St. Today’s event is sponsored by Central Community Circle, 180, Café on Vine, Ecumenical Housing Development Group, Humility Homes and Services, Inc., and Project Renewal.Read More
A Davenport neighborhood is hoping some out of the box thinking will help a safety issue at a five-point intersection.Read More
Humility Homes and Services, Inc. (HHSI) is seeking a full-time Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for its emergency shelter and housing programs in Davenport, Iowa. The responsibilities of the CEO include fiscal, property, and program management, as well as leadership and support for professional staff.Read More
On any given day 300 children, single adults, Veterans and their families, are participating in housing services offered through Humility Homes and Services. You can help bring cheer and warmth to their holiday season. Please bring your donations to Humility Homes and Services, 3805 Mississippi Ave., Davenport, between 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.mRead More
HHSI’s Supportive Services for Veteran and their Families (SSVF) housing assistance program has expanded. We now serve Veterans in nine counties including Henry, Lee, Mercer, Rock Island, Whiteside counties in Illinois and Clinton, Jackson, Muscatine, and Scott counties in Iowa.Read More
The Quad City Storm’s 2018-2019 inaugural hockey season is bursting with everything new. Now, in an exciting development for us, QC Storm has set aside 100 great tickets for Humility Homes and Services at $20 per seat for the November 10 game. In return, the Storm will donate $8 to HHSI for each sold ticket!Read More
Chris, after living homeless for 20 years, now enjoys his HHSI apartment life. His honest and thoughtful reflections touched attendees at our 10th anniversary gathering. GLIMPSE LIFE ON THE QC STREETS.Read More
Local 4 News has been exploring the many challenges when it comes to ending homelessness.
We end our series of special reports with possible solutions to stem those growing numbers.
That ranges from tackling the root of the problem to managing the symptoms.
Local 4's Tahera Rahman shows us what she found in part three of her special report.Read More
The growing problem of homelessness is costing the Quad Cities.
Here's a snapshot of that:
Humility Homes and Services says it costs them about $60 to house someone in their shelter overnight.
It takes about $40 to put that person in transitional housing.
It takes about $45 to help them maintain permanent housing.
But how do people end up at shelters in the first place? And why does it seem to take so long for them to find their way out?Read More
Local 4 news is investigating the growing challenge of homelessness across the Quad Cities.
Managers of the largest shelter in the area say it's a growing issue.
We obtained the most recent data from Humility Homes and Services.
It shows there were 13,812 overnight shelter stays between July and March of 2017.
That jumped to 14,714 during the same period of this year.Read More
We’re commemorating Veterans Day on Friday – Sunday, November 11 and Monday, November 12. Humility Homes and Services offers housing and supportive services for 25 Veterans and their children through our Veterans Accessing Long Term Opportunities and Resources (VALOR) Program and 13 Veterans at our Shelter. We pray for the safety and well-being of all current members of the armed services and their families.Read More