Connecticut Veterans Legal Center’s mission is to provide free legal assistance to Veterans who are in recovery from homelessness, mental illness, and substance abuse to help them overcome legal barriers to housing, healthcare, and income.
Connecticut Veterans Legal Center’s vision is for all military Veterans in Connecticut to live with adequate means, safe and secure housing, and affordable health care.
Above photos: Cesar Rivera, CVLC Paralegal (left), John “Stew” Lahey, World War II Marine Veteran and CVLC Client with Juliet Taylor, Intake and Program Access Specialist (center), and Hilary Browning, CVLC Law School Intern. (right). Photos by David Apuzzo.
To Left: Chelsea Donaldson, Supervising Attorney VA Benefits with Theresa, Army Veteran and CVLC Client. Photo by David Apuzzo.
Connecticut Veterans Legal Center Blog
Connecticut Veterans Legal Center applauds National Veterans Legal Services Program (NVLSP) and Swords to Plowshares for suing VA to correct its antiquated and harmful rules
Earlier this week the Department of Defense marked the 12th anniversary of the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) with a promising announcement: acknowledging
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Ali Mohhammad, Army Veteran and former CVLC Client (left) and Delene Falcon, Army Veteran and former CLVLC Client (right). Photos by Desirea Stott-Rodgers Photography.