About Us

Project LINK is a community organization dedicated to the families in the Tampa Bay area. We assistance our program participants by increasing their academic experiences, providing an access point for school admission immunizations and physicals, expanding access to mental telehealth services, and facilitating empowerment training/workshops to improve the quality of life of children and their families.

Our mission is to provide equitable approaches to education, mental wellness and healthy choices for children and their families.  

Our objective is to contribute to families becoming healthier, safe, informed, and active members in the process. We are not safe until we are ALL safe. We are not well until we are ALL well.

Our goal is for families to be equip with the tools to self-address societal inequities, disparities, and disproportionality within communities in which they live.

Project LINK serves over 1000 families annually via various outreach initiatives, care management, & empowerment workshops with a concerted effort from community partners that value humanity. Our humanity is bound up in others for we can only be human together.

We strive to strengthen and support families by “meeting them where they are”, aiding in the re-discovering of talents and enhancing their nurturing skills. We utilize the tools already present and inject compassion, interest, and direction for positive outcomes. 

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Project LINK’s service model is from a family systems theory application, which allows us to understand the organizational complexity of families, as well as the interactive patterns that guide each individual family members interaction.


Project LINK and our beloved participants realize the same day you plant the tree is not the same day it bears its fruit.

Achievement of our initiatives is evident by a corresponding increase in the number of families we serve, that are successfully exhibiting improved student achievements, enhanced self-awareness and/or family self- sufficiency rates.

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