Providing qualified individuals with affordable housing and resources to assist in their personal growth


Homeless and/or Displaced Support

Program Summary

Parkside Supportive Housing is the only permanent supportive housing in the area providing 10 fully furnished apartments for single, disabled, homeless adults aged 55 and older. A comprehensive service package will link the individual to appropriate services addressing mental and physical health, social, financial, and substance abuse issues.

Conveniently located in downtown Kewanee within walking distance of restaurants, banks, shopping, public library, post office, consignment shops, train station, and churches.


Services Offered

  • Case Management
  • Access to Public Benefit Programs
  • Life Skills Training
  • Advocacy
  • Transportation
  • Mental Health & Counseling Services
  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services
  • Home Health Services
  • Job Preparation & Employment Services
  • Referrals
  • Follow-up Services


Individuals served

Individuals (without dependent children) age 55 or older who are homeless and disabled.

Serving Henry, Bureau, Rock Island and Stark and Surrounding Counties.


Eligibility Requirements

  1. Meet the HUD definition of homelessness.
  2. Age 55 or older.
  3. Must meet one of the following conditions:
    1. Considered disabled under Section 223 of the Social Security Act.
    2. Determined to have a physical, mental, or emotional impairment of long-continued duration, impeding the ability to live independently and of a nature that could be improved by more suitable housing.
    3. Have a developmental disability.


Supportive Housing Coordinator
Jodi Nelson; Phone: (309) 852-2801 - Email: jnelson@henrycountyhousing.us

Agency referrals preferred!

Developed by:
Henry County Housing Development Group, INC.

Funded by:
Illinois Department of Human Services
& Department of Housing and Urban Development