The PLUG facilitates the organizing of resources and services to assist collectives and individuals that empower underserved and under-resourced communities.

We will work towards an equitable and just society. The PLUG empowers and uplifts marginalized communities helping them to reach their full potential and breaking them free from oppressive circumstances and cycles.

Types of Service

Our Service Coordination program assists individuals and collectives by organizing a variety of services and resources to meet the community member's needs. These services consist of but are not limited to...


Speaking out or making contact on behalf of members 


Assistance in applying for any government programs, public benefit and/or other private insurance matters as requested (i.e., supplemental health insurance, life insurance, pension)


Linking members to an educational service, schooling, vocational training and/or employment or volunteer opportunities

Healthcare services

Assistance in obtaining information and/or referral to services that optimize and maintain the member’s physical health (i.e., physician, medical professional, nutritionist, etc.)

Homemaking and Management 

Supports to assist members with keeping, managing, and maintaining all aspects of their home. This includes money management, budgeting, bill paying, and other services


Arranging for services to ensure members are receiving adequate nutrition

Mental Health

Assistance with linking members with a psychiatrist, mental health caseworker, counselor, therapist, support group, and any other providers designed to assist with emotional wellness issues