Building stronger communities through
support and service integration

Our vision at Linking Communities Network Ltd is for “all people to have access to safe, secure, affordable housing, live free from violence, have equal rights, opportunities for participation and the freedom to reach their potential.”

Linking Communities Network Ltd (LCN) is the lead agency for homelessness and domestic violence services in Griffith, Leeton, Narrandera, Hay, West Wyalong, Hillston, Lake Cargelligo and all areas in between.

Specialist Homelessness Service Programs

Funded by   

Links For Women

Links For Women offers both community based case management, support and advocacy and crisis accommodation for women, with or without dependent children experiencing domestic and family violence.

Youth Links

Youth Links offers supportive and individual needs assessment for young people aged between 16 – 25. Caseworkers are on hand to help with a range of issues including finding a safe place to stay, money problems, health issues, education and training, legal issues and social supports.

Other LCN Programs

LCN operates a range of other programs. If you’re not sure what service you need, give us a call or email us.

Staying Home Leaving Violence

Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Services

Sustaining Tenancies in Social Housing

Child, Youth & Family Services

Crisis Accommodation


Our housing system is broken.

Whether you’re struggling to find shelter each night or looking to buy your first home, the government can do simple things to fix the system – to make sure everyone has a home.

People homeless in Australia on any given night.

Young Australians are homeless under the age of 25.


Women have experienced abuse by a current or former partner since the age of 15.

Woman a week, on average, is murdered by her current or former partner.

Your Support Makes All The Difference

Access to the services provided Linking Communities Network Ltd can have a profound effect on a person’s life, providing advice, resources and support for women, youth, men and families in the Western Murrumbidgee District. You can donate to our PayPal account and support this local service or enquire about making a donation at our office.

How your donations help

  • Towards providing accommodation for women and youth in need 30% 30%
  • Support and case management for families in need 55% 55%
  • For personal and essential care items for vulnerable clients 15% 15%

Op Shop donations

LCN no longer operates our Freebeez Op Shop. However, an op shop will remain open under the management of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

We encourage the community to continue supporting their op shop by dropping off donations of pre-loved items directly to the Church, located at 57 Walla Ave, Griffith.

They welcome donations of clothing for women, men and children, kitchenware, blankets and linen, toys, books and other useful household items. As Yambil St is still undergoing significant roadworks, we are unable to accept any donations at the LCN office.

We are very grateful to the Church for taking over the op shop at this time, so that it can remain open to the public.