For non-urgent matters you may fill out the CONTACT US form using the link below in "Who We Are."
145 E Weber Avenue
Stockton, CA 95202
CRLA provides legal assistance to low income persons in education, employment & labor, rural health, and housing/landlord-tenant issues including eviction and foreclosure defense. Our mission is to fight for justice and individual rights alongside the most exploited communities of our society. We provide a variety of community education and outreach programs including leadership development. CRLA also protects Ingenious Mexican communities, LGBT communities, and farm worker communities.
Complete the CONTACT US form for non-urgent matters. Call the office if you have a time sensitive concern such as an eviction or restraining order issue.
CRLA provides full legal representation and legal workshops. Each case is reviewed individually. CRLA does employment, housing, education, and health law. CRLA does not do criminal or family law.
Due to limited staff, it is not possible to provide full representation to each person who needs a free lawyer. However, we always try to provide some assistance, from referrals to other agencies to advice on how to solve legal problems without a lawyer.