At the heart of LINCS (Linking Individual Needs to Community Services) Family Center’s mission is to provide a compassionate and resourceful neighborhood center that empowers Wilson Area families by linking them to direct community resources by providing educational assistance and support that is needed to raise healthy children and enhance the quality of life for all families. The LINCS Center seeks to help individuals and families connect to the various resources within Northampton County to meet the unique needs that may be causing challenges and difficulties within one’s life. Through a CDBG grant the LINCS Center has partnered with the Wilson Area School District social worker to be a resource outside the school and within the community to help families connect to available services.
Assistance With Child Care
Are you struggling with affording childcare? You may qualify for assistance through the Child
Care Works Program.
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley (CACLV)
Get connected with assistance for housing and homeownership, energy assistance,
weatherization, financial education, opening a small business, and a host of other
services which can be found on their website.
Easton Hunger Coalition
Find assistance with connecting to local food pantries or free community meals.
Easton Neighborhood Center
Get connected with assistance for rental assistance and homelessness, the food pantry, help
with your UGI bill, and Social Security Representative Program for those who need assistance
with finance management. Case managers will insure bills are paid before releasing any funds.
Northampton County Assistance Office
Do you need help with getting medical assistance, food stamps, or cash assistance?
Northampton County Housing
Northampton County Housing Authority will provide assistance with affordable housing to those who qualify.
Northampton County Community Resources
Here is a list of community resources that include connections to mental health services, domestic violence, disabilities, employment, recreation, teens, self-help, shelters, and therapy.
Provides emergency assistance for groceries, travel expenses, utility assistance, clothing, and furniture vouchers. They provide holiday assistance to those who qualify as well as casework services and life skills counseling.
Project Of Easton
Can assist with homelessness and shelter, food, and assistance with the cost of medication.
Social Security Office
Get help with applying for social security, retirement, be appointed a representative for claims, and Medicare enrollment.
This program promotes the health of women, infants, and children by providing food and nutrition education to pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers as well as their infants and children.