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National Crime Victim Law Institute

Denver Victim Legal Assistance Network

September 27, 2016

The Legal Information Network of Colorado (LINC) is collaborative model created to deliver holistic, comprehensive, wraparound legal assistance services to Denver area crime victims, leveraging the existing victim services network in the City and County of Denver.  The principles of the model, derived from a comprehensive Needs Assessment, emphasize:

(1) Connecting victims, victim service providers, and the community;

(2) Providing accessible knowledge to the community; and

(3) Instituting a human component to help guide victims. 

The LINC project model rests on the foundational Denver Victim Services Network principle, “no wrong door” policy, by providing victims with multiple ways of entering into LINC’s network of services.

For more information contact:
Kazi Houston, MSW, JD, Project Director, LINC
Emily Tofte-Nestaval, Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center (Lead Agency)
Phone: (720) 583-2929 (direct)
Phone: (303) 295-2001 (RMVLC general number)
Website: http://www.coloradolinc.org/

Click here to read the Denver VLAN Needs Assessment.

Click here to return to the Networks main webpage.