CVLC participated in a national report with our partners at the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School (LSC). One of our veteran clients is featured in a national report about the Veterans Administration’s (VA) improper denying access to veterans.
The VA employs VA’s complex, and often arbitrary, line-drawing between veterans eligible for the VA, and those who are deemed “dishonorable.” Released today, a new report from the WilmerHale Legal Services Center at Harvard University documents how the Veterans Administration improperly turns away veterans who qualify for care. This is a problem happening all across the country and even here in Connecticut.
CVLC is a national leader in helping veterans assert their rights to the VA and the Department of Defense (DoD). Our mission is to help veterans recovering from homelessness and mental illness overcome legal barriers to housing, healthcare, and income. We are proud to represent veterans with other-than-honorable discharges assert their rights and access the VA healthcare and disability benefits they deserve.
Read the full press release here.
Read the full report from LSC here.