CRLA Santa Cruz - California Rural Legal Assistance

1740 17th Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA - 95062
Phone Number: (831) 724-2253

Legal Aid For Low Income

CRLA serves low income individuals residing in over 22 California counties. Provide quality legal services that improve the quality of life for low income individuals and their rural communities.

As rural areas and small cities of California continue to change, so does our outreach and service to diverse communities. Today, CRLA serves a wide array of clients, while maintaining specialized programs that focus on services for farmworker populations. CRLA clients also include individuals with disabilities, immigrant populations, school children, lesbian/gay/bisexual and transgender populations, seniors and individuals with limited English proficiency.

Mission Statement: To fight for justice and individual rights alongside the most exploited communities of our society.

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Tenant eviction
Monday, September 20, 2021

Tenant eviction

Sunday, April 11, 2021



2022-02-13 23:38:23

I have an ongoing issue(s) with the manager of the mobile home park where I live. I have lived here for 20 years. I want her to stop threatening me with eviction. She has me under constant video surveillance. She dictates who can or cannot visit me, and when. I just want her to back off. Thank you.

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