CRLA's North San Diego County office to Move to Vista

April 22, 2013

Prairie Bly
Directing Attorney
(760) 966-0511

CRLA's North San Diego County office to Move to Vista: Moving inland alongside San Diego's migrant workers

VISTA, CA. California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc's (CRLA) office in North San Diego County is moving from Oceanside to Vista effective Monday, April 1st. The move comes in response to the needs of the local migrant worker community. Since the Oceanside office opened over 20 years ago, agriculture and nurseries have moved inland, and so have many workers. CRLA's priority is to be accessible to clients and useful to the community, and so it must move with the clients.

"The need for legal services for low-income workers in North San Diego County has never been greater, and we hope that this move will make it easier for migrant workers to access our services. We will continue to help workers fight wage theft, discrimination, and unsafe working conditions," commented Prairie Bly, CRLA Directing Attorney in Vista.

The Vista office provides services to low-income migrant or indigenous workers in San Diego and Riverside Counties.

The new office is located at:
640 Civic Center Drive, # 108
Vista, CA 92084
(760) 966-0511

Public Transportation near the new office:

The Sprinter stop is: Escondido Avenue
The bus stop ist: S Santa Fe Ave. & Civic Center Drive, bus numbers 305 & 332.


Founded in 1966, CRLA's mission is to fight for justice and individual rights alongside the most exploited communities of our society. Through a network of regional offices and cross-cutting programs, CRLA provides legal services to over 40,000 low-income people annually. Our work impacts farmworkers, individuals with disabilities, immigrant populations, LGBT communities, women, children and families in rural areas.

For more information on CRLA, please visit:



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