LINK Emergency Service Center

The Emergency Services Program consists of: several sub-programs, the purpose of which is to provide interventions when dealing with immediate financial or basic living and essential needs.

  • The Emergency Services program also includes delivering items as and when required per referral usually from a Dept of Social Services. 
  • Share the Spirit and Adopt a Family Holiday Programs provides food and gifts for household(s) at Thanksgiving and Christmas.  
  • Perishable and Non-Perishable and USDA Food Distribution for persons who are unable to maintain provisions of food or baby foods for their families. 
  • Furniture and Household Distribution for persons who have lost their homes to fire, hurricane/flood damage or eviction/homelessness. Referral’s are required. Pick-Up and in extreme cases will deliver within local 10 mile radius for $50 manpower permitting.
  • Professional and Casual Clothing Distribution for persons returning to work, for the homeless in need of a change of clothing or casual/professional attire or for families who are unable to purchase needed items for newborns, children or elderly persons who are incontinent or unable to purchase adequate clothing.
  • New Partnership with a Diaper Bank and now are able to give out adult and babies/children’s diapers. 

All items listed above provide the basic emergency essentials to individuals and families, to meet and address their immediate needs and/or address their crises which in turn address the stabilization and furthers self-sufficiency growth.

All of LINK’s programs encompass a holistic approach in assessing and providing for the basic needs of each person who accesses the Emergency Services Program.