Men's Link

Men’s Link

A Resource for the Guys

   
Going to college is a big step. And on top of that, sometimes life is difficult and problems arise that we cannot foresee. And a lot of those problems are ones that are hard to handle. Whether the problem is big or small, Men’s Link is here to help.

My name is Patrick Keebler and I am a guy like you. Let me tell you what this whole thing is about. Men’s Link is free information and referral service for the guys, so that they can reach their goals. However, it is a pilot program, funded by a grant. So, if we want this to be around for a long time, we need men to use our services!

I am not able to provide to you tickets to the next big game or a gaming system, but what I can provide to you is a wide variety of services offered through LCCC and within your community. We have a large list of resources that can help you. Examples of resources are:

  • Emergency Loans
  • Legal Services
  • Childcare
  • Employment Assistance
  • Financial
  • Health 
  • Food
  • Housing referrals

Also, whether the situation is personal or academic, everything we discuss is kept confidential.

I am here to give you the information and tools you need to be successful. We can tackle any life problems that may have been thrown at you.

Call or stop by today!

Location:
College Center, room 230 (CC230)

Contact info:
Patrick Keebler
440-366-7656
800-995-5222 ext. 7656
menslink@lorainccc.edu

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