About

Programs Offered by the LINCS Center

Food Pantry

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LINCS is committed to providing a compassionate and sensitive community resource that will empower Wilson area families by linking them to direct, comprehensive programs addressing social, emotional and physical well-being, educational assistance, and resources needed to raise healthy children and enhance all residents’ quality of life.

Warrior Bags

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LINCS is committed to providing a compassionate and sensitive community resource that will empower Wilson area families by linking them to direct, comprehensive programs addressing social, emotional and physical well-being, educational assistance, and resources needed to raise healthy children and enhance all residents’ quality of life.

Summer Playground

Operates during the summer to provide children entering 1st – 4th grades a safe environment for play, exercise, and building of social skills.

Teaching Garden

A program that provides fresh vegetables and promoting proper nutrition. Students will plant, grow, harvest and taste the fruits of their labor.

Community Coalition

kids playing on fieldThe LINCS Family Center recently received a grant from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) to build community capacity to identify and implement programs and resources that ensure the well-being and healthy development of community youth.
The objective of the Community Coalition Capacity Building (CCCB) grant is to enable community coalitions to recruit key stakeholders, collect data, and develop collaborative relationships with school districts in order to provide youth with supports, resources, and opportunities needed to become successful adults.

The coalition will apply the Communities That Care (CTC) model throughout their activities. CTC is an evidence-based coalition model that targets the prevention of substance misuse, school dropout, delinquency, violence, and mental health among youth in Pennsylvania.
The CTC model helps communities to develop and maintain collaborative relationships and partnerships within a local community to promote healthy youth development. Communities That Care has been widely implemented with demonstrated success throughout communities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania since 1998.

Organizations or individuals interested in joining the community coalition or those who would like more information about the project can contact Trina Johnson-Brady at 484-373-6200 or at [email protected].

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