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    Rochester LINK Program

    (Living Independently with Knowledge)

    Youth who attend LI.N.K find themselves lost, misguided, and unsure of their path in life; some homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless, are parents or find themselves in unhealthy living situations. LINK understands that this can be a tough time, therefore LINK offers fun activities for you to get involved in retreats and recreational outings allow you time to get to know other youth in similar situations.

    LINK is a program that strives to transition at-risk and homeless youth ages 16-21 years old into indepedent adults by providing case management services, life-skills groups, peer support groups and a transitional housing program for those who are eligible.

    Whatever your situation if you would like to gain life skills, knowledge, and live independently in the near future consider contacting a LINK staff member:

    Josh Hameister, Case Manager/Outreach Worker
    Office: 507-258-4108
    Work Cell: 507-226-3811
    Fax: 507-258-4141