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  • Know Your Rights Series

    Housing Rights education for mobile home park communities. In partnership with Adams County, our attorneys present a monthly education series (5 total) to equip residents with the information necessary to self-advocate and defend their rights in mobile home parks.

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    Housing Rights education for mobile home park communities. In partnership with Adams County, our attorneys present a monthly education series (5 total) to equip residents with the information necessary to self-advocate and defend their rights in mobile home parks.

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  • Vacated Eviction for Disabled Tenant

    A disabled tenant received an eviction notice based on nonpayment and contacted CPLP for help. Working quickly, a volunteer attorney filed an emergency motion seeking to vacate the eviction order, arguing that the CDC declaration provided protection for this tenant. The landlord agreed and vacated the eviction order, allowing the tenant to stay in his home.

  • Navigating Consular Bureaucracy

    A Kenyan woman attended a CPLP monthly clinic in dire need of notarized paperwork required to comply with consular regulations. CPLP volunteer attorneys were able to help untangle the confusing requirements and obtain notarized copies of her passport, identification card, and power of attorney forms.

  • Keeping Our Clients Out of Jail

    While out of state in Oklahoma, a woman did not receive notices indicating that she was responsible for child support payments in Jefferson County. Hoping to address the situation, the woman attended a CPLP monthly clinic. The attorney she was paired with discovered that an arrest warrant had been issued for the delinquent child support payments, but was able to negotiate a withdrawal of the warrant and establish a payment plan with the client.

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  • Eviction and Housing Legal Help | Colorado Poverty Law Project

    Everything depends on a place to call home. CPLP connects low-income individuals with free legal services to fight evictions and housing injustice. Get help The CDC extended the federal eviction moratorium for nonpayment of rent until June 30, 2021. See HERE for more information. Governor Polis also issued EO 88 requiring 30 days' notice until May 20, 2021, see HERE. Stay in touch with us Submit Thanks for staying informed! Attend Our Monthly Legal Clinic Stories of Impact Learn about our Mobile Home Initiative Learn more about becoming a volunteer attorney Meet the CPLP team Evictions and COVID-19 Resources About Us The Colorado Poverty Law Project's mission is to prevent homelessness through legal representation, education, and advocacy. Learn More

  • Get Help | Colorado Poverty Law Project

    Get Help Complete Our Intake Form Instructions: Use if you have a housing related issue and would like to request free legal assistance For Housing-related assistance only (attend our Monthly Legal Clinic for non-housing issues) Income restrictions may apply Sign Up for our Next Legal Clinic For all types of legal assistance Talk to a lawyer for free over Zoom Income restrictions may apply Questions? Contact us at contact@copovertylawproject.org Sign up Today! Resources Housing ​ about housing, evictions, and where to find support State FAQ ​ The Colorado Division of Housing’s Emergency Housing Assistance Program ​ The Colorado Apartment Association’s Resident Relief Foundation ​ for mobile home residents Dispute Resolution process ​ from the Colorado Apartment Association Regional Housing Help ​ Video Guide to Apply for ERAP Rental Assistance CLS ​ on the Immigrant Tenant Protection Act ("ITPA") FAQ ​ Flow Chart Warranty of Habitability ​ Summary Warranty of Habitability General Support ​ Call 2-1-1 or visit to get help with rent, food, utilities and other bills. 211colorado.org ​ Apply for TANF ​ Apply for food assistance Resources from 9 to 5 Colorado ​ ​ COVID-19 and Evictions Fill out the CDC Declaration here and provide to your landlord. COVID-19 Eviction Forms. A Colorado Tenant’s Guide to COVID-19

  • Mobile Home Initiative | Colorado Poverty Law Project

    Mobile Home Park Initiative Mobile home communities have been recognized as one of the best options for affordable housing in Colorado. They serve a large percentage of Spanish-speaking, disabled, and undocumented individuals and families. These residents are unfortunately experiencing the dual impact of two significant societal factors: 1) the sale of land to wealthy interests, resulting in the elimination of many of these communities; and 2) the economic fall-out from COVID-19. CPLP's Mobile Home Initiative seeks to assist mobile homeowners and tenants by educating mobile home residents about their rights under the Mobile Home Park Act and its amendments; by training volunteer attorneys on how to assist community members, including through the use of the State's new dispute resolution procedure; and by facilitating pro bono representation of mobile home residents. CPLP believes that this is a first of its kind initiative aimed specifically at assisting mobile home residents. We have coordinated with several organizations to provide support to these residents, including Adams County and 9to5 Colorado. ​ If you need assistance with a mobile home-related issue, please: Contact us by emailing contact@copovertylawproject.org Attend our legal clinic at Stout Street Health Center, on the third Wednesday of each month from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Fill out our online intake form ​ Intake Form Form. en español

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