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

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