Veterans

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NLSP’s investigation revealed that the landlord had targeted disabled and homeless veterans to occupy substandard housing units, in addition to managing several Community Residential Facilities (CRF) for severely disabled residents. The landlord had failed to properly administer medications or provide adequate food for residents, and failed to pay CRF employees a legal wage or pay rent on the CRF, creating a risk that residents could be evicted.
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Dwayne*, an elderly disabled veteran, was living in a nursing home when he was served a Notice of Involuntary Transfer or Discharge. Dwayne could not stand unassisted, was incontinent and confined to...
Legal Services Corporation (LSC) is currently soliciting 2016 proposals for competitive grant funds under the Veterans Pro Bono Program. LSC seeks proposals from: Non-profit organizations that...

What is Legal Aid

LSC-funded programs help people who live in households with annual incomes at or below 125% of the federal poverty guidelines – in 2015, that is $14,713 for an individual, $30,313 for a family of...

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