Lamoille Interagency Network for Kids (LINK)
The Lamoille Interagency Network for Kids (LINK) program, a member of the Vermont Coalition for Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs (VCRHYP), provides strength-based services for youth who are at risk of running away and youth and young adults facing homelessness.
The LINK program, in conjunction with Prevention and Stabilization Services for Youth and Families (PSSYF), offers crisis intervention, family conflict resolution, case management and temporary shelter for youth and young adults up to age 22. They also offer a summer program for Lamoille Valley youth age 12 and older.
For more information about LINK, call 888-5229 x137 or click here to email program staff.
“Every summer I look forward to attending the summer program. This year I was hired as a counselor at the camp and it got me thinking about a career in social work because I love helping kids and I had a great time applying the skills I had observed the staff utilizing over the years”.
“Home was a hard place to be at, but I knew I could always turn to one place for any kind of help I needed – the Family Center”.
“The LINK Summer Camp was where I first met the staff and I knew they were people I can rely on. They helped and supported me through the tough times I was having. I owe these people everything. They are some of the best people I know.”
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