HSI has grown at a phenomenal rate over the years, largely by taking over the operations of other West side agencies.which included West Side Parents of Exceptional Children Special School.  In 1984,  HSI began operating an early intervention program, and the Garfield and St. Timothy day care centers, previously operated by Christian Action Ministry. 

Now in it's 39th year, HSI employs over 90 staff members and has expanded its program magtrix to include numerous health and human service initiatives  such as the Conditional Release Program, Tabatha House for women in recovery, and the expansion mental health services into the Englewood community.  Financial support comes from various foundations, corporations, United Way/Crusade of Mercy, individuals gifts, and City, State, and Federal agencies.  To learn more, check out HSI's Impact Sheet.

HSI is a 501(c)(3) organization.