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LINC Helpline:
720-583-2929

If this is an emergency:
Please call 911 or visit our Immediate Assistance page for other contacts.

Do you need help?

LINC is a confidential, no-cost resource, providing victims access to legal information they need. Within our site you will find information, definitions and resources related to the criminal and civil justice systems, as well as other help many crime victims need.

Legal Assistance

Visit the Criminal and Civil sections of our legal section for information on specific crimes and civil actions. Below the information provided in each section you will find links to our Help Resources page with local and national groups that can provide specialized help.

Common Reactions After Crime

Victims often experience normal emotional and physical responses to crime. Visit this section for information about dealing with the effects of these responses.

Basic Needs

Many people — particularly those affected by crime — need help with addressing their everyday needs, such as housing, food, safety and finances. LINC has assembled a list of resources that can help.

Find Help

LINC has compiled the contact information for organizations that can provide specialized assistance to victims of crime. LINC Navigators can also help with information and referrals.

Common Questions

Visit our page to find quick answers to some frequently asked questions for victims.

Quick Links

Are you providing help?

LINC Navigators are trained to help victims get through complex legal systems. By providing access to legal information, Navigators can help free up other victim service professionals to focus on their specialty areas.

Learn and Help

Visit our providers page to find links to information and resources about criminal and civil legal issues as well as resources specific to identity groups.

Find Help

LINC has compiled the contact information for organizations who can provide specialized assistance.

Become a Navigator

LINC Navigators act as a central point of contact to connect victims with legal resources they need, making the process as simple and streamlined as possible.

Common Questions

Visit our page to find quick answers to some frequently asked questions for professionals.

Navigator Login

Communicate with other navigators and ask questions about legal and other issues.