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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Family Services, Human Services, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Dependency, Prevention & Treatment

Mission: To strengthen the lives of individuals and families in our community through education, counseling and support services.

Programs: Counseling and prevention:includes all counseling and prevention programs, act, ia & ne family works, better together, mhcrt, dcyc, therapeutic school, ia & ne gambling education & treatment, school based services, integrated health home, child and family center, jjc, asap, family crisis mediation and integrated therapy. 32,441 hours of counseling provided32,950 persons served9,115 student days of instruction for licensed school137 households served

child and family:includes youth links, generations center, refugee juvenile justice advocacy, jefferson house, baby talk, child and adult care food program, in-home services, ready in 5, ruth k. Solomon girls center, and community education 10,133 days of care22,084 hours served4,494 meals served1,499 persons served

housing and financial stability:includes hardship assistance, pchl, heartland housing solutions, heartland homes, heartland housing beginnings, transitions, heartland housing opportunities, heartland housing passages, samaritan housing, domestic violence program, and ways to work6,660 days of care4,522 persons served925 households served

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I worked with HFS for more than a year and still hold them in the highest regard. As an agency, HFS is dedicated to helping people in times of need without judgement. My program location had extremely dedicated professionals who did everything in their power to help our clients. As an employer, HFS prioritizes professional development, training on trauma-informed best practices, and well-rounded support for employees.

Client Served

Rating: 1

As an honorably discharged service-connected decorated disabled African American female veteran of the United States Air Force and a non-paid registered lobbyist with both Houses of the United States Congress, having successfully lobbied on behalf of the military and veterans community of the U S Armed Forces, as well as the President of a national veterans service association/organization, having recently sought the services of Heartland Family Service; I can say beyond any reasonable doubt, that Heartland and its staff, which purports to give veterans first priority in rental housing and utility assistance, in addition to being a racially-discriminatory organization - is a scam agency, extraordinaire, despite receiving tens of millions of dollars, each year in both federal, state and private funding and financial assistance.

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