Ladies In Need Can Survive, Inc. (LINCS) is a non-profit organization supporting single women whose live have been negatively impacted by drugs and alcohol. LINCS, a one year sober living home, serves as a safety net and a homey environment that allows women to focus while working on their core issues.
home is fully furnished; it has four bedrooms, one restroom, a living
room, a kitchen, a spacious den, a laundry area equipped with a washer and
dryer, and a fenced-in backyard. The facility is monitored 24 hours a day with
video recorded surveillance cameras and on-duty support staff.
home is located in a quiet residential area in the Frayser community of
Memphis, TN. The home also is located on the MATA bus line. Amenities
in the surrounding area include department stores, grocery stores, restaurants,
Tennessee Southwest Community College, Ed Rice Community Center, Raleigh
Springs Mall, and a public library.
mission of LINCS is to make a difference, change lives, build stronger
families, and give women countless reasons to keep living. By breaking this
cycle of domestic violence, substance abuse, and homelessness through a
structured, intensive training program, the women at LINCS will be strengthened
and empowered to succeed.
Our vision is to guarantee women a successful transition from crisis to rehabilitation.
purpose of LINCS, Inc. is to remove all excuses an individual may have about
recovery through wraparound services, clinical and spiritual methods in order
to allow each individual an opportunity to embrace complete change. The LINCS
Sober Living Transitional Home is designed to break the vicious cycle of
domestic violence, substance abuse, and homelessness. Our goal is to achieve a
steady success rate by reducing the high statistics of today’s alcohol and drug