Each year, CRLA provides more than 40,000 low-income rural Californians with free legal assistance and a variety of community education and outreach programs. Our advocacy seeks to ameliorate the more egregious conditions caused by rural poverty. CRLA is a nonprofit legal services program that has 21 offices state-wide, many in rural communities from the Mexican border to Northern California, and most provide tenant assistance.
Calfornia Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.
Legal problem must be a CRLA priority and the office will assist if there are resources available. Income less than 125% of Federal Poverty Guidelines, or up to 200% in special situations; U.S. citizen or legal immigrant.
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