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About Moline

Schools in the Area

Head Start (2) - One located in Spring Brook Community Center and the other at Jefferson School
Washington Elementary (within walking distance)
Roosevelt Elementary & Black Hawk Special Education (for children w/special needs)
Wilson Middle School (within walking distance)
Moline High School (1 ½ miles - on city bus route)
Black Hawk College (2-year)
Western Illinois University (4-year)
Augustana College (4-year)

Community Oriented Policing

A COP program was established in the early 1990’s between the MHA & the Moline Police Department.  The first officers were the normal beat officers.  It was later made into a 2-officer unit with an office located in Spring Brook at 1052 42 Street.  The COP serves all 3 developments.

Fire/Ambulance Services

Fire Station 4 located two blocks away from Spring Brook/Spring Valley service those locations for fire and preliminary emt services.  Fire Station 3 located on Coal Town Road provides ambulance and emt services for those locations.  Hillside Heights is serviced by Fire Station 1 for all services.

Partnered With

Project NOW - Head Start, summer lunch program, various supportive programs
Rock Island County Area Projects (RICAP) - Various programs directed toward youth
Christian Friendliness - located at 12 Avenue & 41 Street) - after-school activities for elementary thru high school children, including help with homework.  During the summer months, they also have day and week camps for different age groups.  They also have a computer learning center and coffee shop for adults.
Robert Young Center - works w/residents w/mental disabilities
The Literacy Connection (TLC) - located at Faith Lutheran - 1-on-1 tutoring program for 18-22 1st & 2nd graders from Washington Elementary run 2 days a week during the school year.  They also have a summer reading program at the Spring Brook Community Room on the 1st five Tuesdays after the end of the school year.  The summer program is open to all children going into 1st thru 4th grade.
University of Illinois Extension Center – various programs for both children and adults.

Miscellaneous

MHA is close to or on the bus route to shopping, movie theater, restaurants, public library, schools and city services.

All apartments are Wi-Fi, telephone and cable ready.

There are many activities available for residents if they choose to take part.

Download a full list of community resources.

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