Privacy Policy


For Clients we would need a release of information from you to talk to another provider. Please talk with a Case Manager for details.

We Do Not Share Your Information | Home of the Sparrow Inc. is committed to maintaining the privacy of all those who interact with us. We appreciate that you have entrusted us with your personal information and we commit to treating all information confidentially. We do not sell, lease, exchange or give our mailing lists to any other organization or individual.

Safety Measures | Home of the Sparrow database and website utilizes secure server connections that protects all personal information. This includes names, addresses, telephone numbers, credit card information, and electronic mail addresses.

When You Hear From Home of the Sparrow | We like to keep you updated on the projects, events and information regarding Home of the Sparrow. We have many exciting things going on throughout the year and a number of success stories we like to share. We do this through mailings, via our website and through press releases. Your contact information will be added to our mailing list so that you can keep up with what we are doing. If you prefer not to receive this information and would like your name removed from our mailing list, please contact us at: You can also send us a note at: 1991 Duncan Place Woodstock IL, 60098

For the confidentiality and safety of our clients, please note that the photos of women and children featured on Home of the Sparrow’s website, social media platforms, and marketing materials are stock photos, unless stated otherwise. Home of the Sparrow is committed to ensuring the safety of our clients who may be seeking help from possibly dangerous situations. While stock photos do not reflect our clients’ identities, their stories and testimonials represent true stories of hope and perseverance.

Our Location

1991 Duncan Place
Woodstock, IL 60098

Call Us

ph: (815) 271-5444
fax: (815) 271-5406

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Home of the Sparrow opened its doors as a registered 501(c)3 non-profit homeless shelter in 1987. Today, HOS offers more than shelter services. Programs include a 3-unit Transitional Apartment Program, a Rapid Rehousing Program, Tenant-Based Rental Assistance, 25 units of Affordable Housing, and six Sparrows’ Nest Thrift Stores and Donation Centers and one Community Threads Upscale Resale Store.