Ladies In Need Can
Survive, Inc. (LINCS), a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 transitional home for women
who’ve been battered, grappling with substance abuse, and homelessness, provides
opportunities for women in need of a second chance and serves as a safety net
that allows women to focus while working on their core issues.
LINCS is a fully furnished
home with four bedrooms, one restroom, a living room, a kitchen, a
spacious den, a laundry area that’s 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.
The facility 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
Our mission is to impact the
community by breaking the cycle of domestic violence, substance abuse, and homelessness
through a structured and intensive training program that focuses on
transitioning, strengthening, and empowering women to succeed.
Our vision is to guarantee
women a successful transition from crisis to rehabilitation.
The purpose of LINCS is to
remove all excuses and to help women regain their dignity, self-respect, a new
status in life, and to help them overcome their adversities. Our goal is to
achieve a steady success rate by reducing the high statistics of today’s
alcohol and drug fatalities.
value the health and wellness of women with addictions and mental health issues.
a difference through our programs and services.
respect the women we serve.
make a commitment to our women and to our community
believe recovery can happen for every woman that walks through LINCS's doors.