Local organizations are making sure struggling people have shelter because of a FEMA grant.
Almost $150,000 is going to 14 non-profits in the Quad Cities to provide emergency food, shelter and rental assistance.
$41,000 is allowing the Salvation Army to provide short and long-term housing, and Humility Homes and Services is receiving $30,000 to help vulnerable people.
The United Way Quad Cities helped to bring those grants here.
A Rock Island man shares how the Salvation Army is helping him get back on his feet.