Our Impact

At Linc, property development is a catalyst for neighborhood growth and revitalization. And our resident services team puts residents first and partners with them in problem solving. Linc Housing is immensely grateful for our many partners, whose support helps us achieve our mission to build communities and strengthen neighborhoods.

More Relevant Than Ever

Since 1984, Linc Housing has helped create 8,500 homes in 85 communities throughout California, fulfilling our mission to provide housing and services for those who need it most. With the shortage of affordable housing that's been exacerbated by the unstable economy, Linc's work becomes even more vital.

In addition to building homes, we're also stimulating the economy and creating hundreds of construction jobs. When COVID-19 turned everything upside down, our teams pivoted to give support where it is needed most, and our construction and development partners have powered through the challenges to ensure housing gets built safely. The genuine care and compassion we have witnessed from Linc staff and our partners is inspiring.
"We see these challenging times as an opportunity to work together with our partners so that more than ever before, we are the linc between hope and home."
Rebecca F. Clark, Chief executive officer

Linc By The Numbers


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Building Community & Belonging

At Linc Housing we know that our work is impossible without a vast network of partners.

New buildings are preceded by input from community stakeholders and accompanied by a long list of collaborators. When construction is completed, Linc doesn't simply move on to the next building. We work alongside local service organizations, businesses, and university internship programs to serve and uplift the community.

With nearly half of low-income adults unable to afford enough food, one of our most vital programs is our food banks. Thanks to ongoing partners such as Food Finders, Los Angeles Food Bank, and Seeds of Hope, we serve Linc residents and members of the wider neighborhood, providing healthy food to those on their limited budgets.

Volunteers are invaluable to the work we do. Compassionate, dedicated individuals provide fitness instruction, tutoring, health education, food distribution support, financial empowerment, and more, allowing us to offer deeper and wider levels of support to Linc residents.
"We sink deep roots, develop a network of partnerships to weave ourselves into the community fabric, and work alongside others to continually uplift the neighborhood.”
Suny Lay Chang, President and coo

2019 Food Distribution


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More Care than Ever

As Linc's work expanded to include more properties that serve special needs populations, such as transition age youth and people who have experienced homelessness, our entire resident services team ramped up the level of duties, services, and training such as trauma-informed care. For more than 16 years, Linc's resident services efforts have focused on doing what's right. And today, Linc is doing more than ever to care for residents.

We saw an opportunity to make an even greater impact by becoming an intensive case management services (ICMS) provider. In this new role, Linc works one-on-one with supportive housing residents, determining their specific needs, creating individualized service plans, and employing a “whatever it takes” approach to assist residents on their journey from homelessness to housing stability.

“As our services expand, so does our impact. We're working to improve housing stability for supportive housing residents, economic mobility for low-income families, and quality of life for all our residents.”

Maria Elena Marquez-Brookes, Vice President of Resident Services

Linc Impact Report

We invite you to read through our impact reports to gain a deeper understanding
of what we do and why our work is so important.