Our keynote speaker will be Reggie Shuford, Wilmington native and executive director of the ACLU of Pennsylvania. In 1984, Mr. Shuford was Cape Fear Academy’s first black graduate. Throughout his career, Shuford has concentrated on social justice and civil rights.
Who We Are
What We Believe
Linc, Inc. Believes in
We Believed, so We Built It
With proper support, guidance, and social networking, individuals returning from incarceration can contribute great value to the community.
Our efforts to provide supportive services and programs are centered around the Residential Re-Entry Program at the M. E. Roberts Transitional Campus. LINC, Inc. provides transitional housing, job training, educational opportunities, substance abuse treatment, and health and medical services.
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Serving African American Youth
Our goal is to encourage a change in thinking that in turn influences behavior. Ultimately, through the LITE Manhood Program, LINC, Inc. is working to “break the cycle of crime.”
Thinking + Feeling = Character/Behavior/ Problem
Serving the community
Ashley C. Wells, PhD, MPH
Board Vice Chair