In 2020-2021, Projection Digital worked with the Latino Coalition for Community Leadership (LCCL) to launch the Community Crime Victim Services (CCVS) website as part of a sub-branding process for the organization to increase outreach for its programmatic work. LCCL is an intermediary organization and the grant administrator for the CCVS program. The CCVS grant program works to reduce repeat victimization and expand community-based support services to crime victims. The program focuses on those that are historically underserved by crime victim services, namely people of color, men, and young adults.
Since 2017, the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition (CCJRC) has worked with community members and a bi-partisan group of state legislators to try a new approach to public safety. The Transforming Safety project was born out of this effort and Projection Digital has worked with CCJRC to develop a digital communications campaign, project website and storytelling project.
Essette is a leading care management software company who offers flexible and affordable solutions engineered to support collaboration and best care practices across the health care continuum. Their software platform positively impacts more than 25 million lives each year. For several years, Projection Digital has worked closely with Essette to develop a comprehensive digital communications and marketing strategy.
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Take Care Health Matters is a project of the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition (CCJRC). Through messaging, storytelling, extensive online resources, and a new website, Projection Digital developed an information hub, TakeCareHealthMatters.org, to help seize the historic opportunity offered by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to connect justice involved people with needed health [...]
Projection Digital worked extensively with The Colorado Children's Healthcare Access Program (CCHAP) to support its mission refinement process by developing a communications plan and creating new brand assets including a revamped logo and a new responsive website CCHAP.org.