Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center
Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center is a Colorado nonprofit law firm providing free legal services to victims of crime in Colorado through our Victim Rights Legal Services, Legal Information Network of Colorado, and Title IX programs.
Who’s eligible? Victims of crime.
What types of services does Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center offer?
- Information on the legal system and rights of victims
- Resources and referrals
- Limited assistance getting information about case status, rights, etc.
- Legal representation related to the enforcement of rights under the Colorado Victim Rights Act
- Legal representation related to the protection of privacy rights
How do I apply? By e-mail at email@example.com or call (303) 295-2001.
Towards Justice is a nonprofit law firm that seeks to advance economic justice through impact litigation, strategic policy advocacy, and capacity building. We were founded in response to the high volume of wage theft complaints that were not being addressed in Colorado, but quickly broadened our scope to take on cases that dismantle the power imbalances that undermine the value of work and diminish worker rights.
Who’s eligible? Low-wage workers.
What types of cases does Towards Justice handle?
- Wage theft
- Unsafe working conditions
How do I apply? Complete an intake form online, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (720) 441-2236.
Disability Law Colorado provides free or low-cost legal services to people with disabilities whose civil rights have been violated.
Who’s eligible? Disability Law Colorado considers the specifics of your case, other resources available to you, your ability to advocate for yourself, whether your problem falls within one of our priority areas as determined through public surveys and board approval, availability of resources within our organization, whether your case requires taking a position against another person with disabilities, and the extent to which your case may benefit others with disabilities.
What types of cases can Disability Law Colorado assist with?
- housing discrimination
- service animals
- employment discrimination
- special education
How do I apply? You can apply online here or call (303) 722-0300.
Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center
The Children’s Law Center specializes in addressing the wraparound needs of nonparent caregivers and the children in their homes.
Who’s eligible? Children’s Law Center considers the merit of legal issue, risk for children and youth involved in your case, its capacity and resources, Consistent with our mission & priorities, and other resources available to you.
What types of cases can Children’s Law Center assist with?
- Allocation of Parental Responsibilities
- Dependency and Neglect
How do I apply? Contact the Children’s Law Center online here or by telephone at (303) 692-1165.
Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Center
Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Center provides free legal services to those who struggle with poverty, oppression, and daily hardships. We especially focus on serving low-income victims of crime and domestic violence.
Who’s eligible? Individual and households who make less than 125% of the Federal Poverty Guideline.
What types of cases can Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Center assist with?
- Family law
- Sealing of records
- General civil matters
How do I apply? By e-mail at email@example.com or by telephone at (303) 839-1008.