New England


Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, & Vermont

The Veterans Law Unit represents veterans and their family members when they cannot afford an attorney in cases involving VA benefits, Massachusetts Veterans’ Services Benefits, discharge upgrades and estate planning matters. The group strives to help veterans and their families attain the maximum degree of stability and financial well-being. They also provide legal education trainings to community groups and service providers on topics relevant to veterans. The Veterans Law Unit is the primary vehicle through which LSC serves the legal needs of veterans; however, it is not the only way LSC helps veterans who have unmet legal needs. Four other LSC projects focus either exclusively or substantially on representing veterans.

Veterans Inc.’s mission is to be there for veterans and their families in their time of need, with the ultimate goal of ending homelessness among veterans. The group aims to help veterans regain self-sufficiency through the provision of holistic supportive services, including housing, employment and training, case management, food security, health and wellness, family support programs, and women and childcare services.


New Hampshire Easterseals

We developed a one-of-a-kind Care Coordination program that provides free and confidential support designed to meet the unique needs of service members, veterans and their families. Our program works in conjunction with existing military, VA and community programs, and is an important part of the full range of service member/family support services.

*Not all resources are part of the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs*

For more New England women Veteran specific resources, please visit: https://www.newengland.va.gov/services/women/index.asp