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Organization: Community Link
1665 N. 4th Street, PO Box 157
Breese, IL 62230
Main: 618-526-8800
Fax: 618-526-2021
Hours of Operation:  
Community Link - West
Developmental Training Site, 8510 Old US Hwy 50, Breese 62230
Main: 618-526-8805
Fax: 618-526-8809
Community Link - Metro
Dev. Site and Product. Workshop, 9815 Bunkum Rd, Fairview Heights
Main: 618-397-1655
Fax: 618-397-1627
Parts Assembly & Janitorial Services
Recycling Center- Drop Off and Curbside
Hours of operation M-F 9-3pm, Sat 8-12pm
Free Developmental Screening
Home Based Services/Child Waiver Program
First Step-Early Learning and Family Support
955 N. Plum Street, Breese 62230
Main: 618-526-8830
Fax: 618-526-8831

Service: Services for the Disabled

Community Link's services are specifically designed for persons who, because of disability or other need, require support to live daily as full members of their community.


Working Programs for the Disabled: 

  • Community Link curbside drop off center and curbside recycing services. Contact information is above.
  • Community Link Janitorial Services to the community: a trained job coach and crew that will come and clean offices, do grounds clean-up, and/or one-time cleaning for special events. Contact information is above.
  • Community Link has 40 years of experience in offering Parts Assembly and Packing jobs to the disabled.  They assemble and pack over 1400 different products.  Contact information is above.
  • Job applications for non-disabled workers will be kept on file for 12 months.  An application must include 2 professional/employment references. 
  • Those seeking services contact Stephanie Cook  at 618-526-8800 or and follow her directions.

Child and Youth Services:

  • Family Support Programs: Prenatal to Three; & Three years to Twenty-one years
  • Developmental Screening: see above contact information Developmental Milestones
  • Infant and Mental Health Services; Early Head Start & Early Intervention
  • Home Based Services for children with developmental disabilities
  • Child Waiver Program: assists families in keeping loved ones at home
  • Needs are assessed by a Qualified Service Professional (QSP)
  • Individual Plan of Service (ISP) is developed to address individual needs


Call for most current information on all programs



Data Updated 07/15/19 AVB

Categories:Children - Adolescent Resources
Disabilities/Rehabilitation - Disabled Assistance
Disabilities/Rehabilitation - Events
Employment - Disabilities
Employment - Job Placement
Employment - Job Training
Environmental - Recycling
Infant/Baby Resources - Education
Volunteer/Service - Volunteer Matching