Living in a Nonviolent Community (LINC) is a comprehensive, community-oriented program that aims to reduce the incidence of domestic violence and its impact on children, youth, and their families.
LINC is a service of Child and Adolescent Services (CAS). For referrals or more information, please call CAS at 415-206-4444. Services include individual therapy, play therapy, family therapy and group therapy for children ages birth to 18. In addition, LINC also provides community education on the impact of domestic violence on children of all ages.
For any other requests - for provider training, presentations, community education, etc., please contact the coordinator Lynn R. Dolce, MFT, Associate Director of Child and Adolescent Services, UCSF/SFGH Department of Psychiatry.
LINC is proud to be a part of the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health in partnership with the San Francisco General Hospital Department of Psychiatry.