Community-Centered Living For All

Community-Centered Living For All


Among the most important values and goals we all share are the freedom to live as we choose and the desire to belong to a community. This is equally true for people with disabilities who want to live as independently as possible and be a part of a community. People with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) have the right to live in safe, accessible, quality housing within a community that fosters understanding and inclusion. The Link creates community-centered opportunities through high quality, city-centered housing that fosters meaningful interactions and pathways to independence.  The Link offers easy accessibility to transit, employment opportunities and leisure. Within walking distance are grocery stores, restaurants and a hospital.

The Link is a model that creates living opportunities for people with developmental disabilities that promotes independence and community integration. The affordable and inclusive community offers social engagement and unparalleled accessibility.

Community. Independence. Home.