The Eagle Award is one of the highest achievements for the Colorado housing community
CPLP's Mobile Home Initiative won an Eagle Award! Established in 1990, the Eagle Award represents one of the highest achievements for the Colorado housing community. This prestigious award celebrates the extraordinary accomplishments and outstanding leadership in housing and support services. The award honors individuals, agencies, projects, and programs that soar to new heights in their work to ensure safe, fair, affordable housing for all Coloradans. Thank you Housing Colorado for this special honor!
Over 100,000 people live in 900 mobile home parks across Colorado, and these parks provide the largest inventory of affordable housing in the state. CPLP’s Mobile Home Initiative works to protect mobile home park residents through free legal advice and representation, know-your-rights trainings, referrals to community partners, and housing justice advocacy at the state and local level. This initiative serves mobile home park residents, the majority of whom earn below 30% Area Median Income, are people of color, adults over age 62, or people with disabilities.