At CABA Pro Bono Legal Services, we understand that veterans are underserved and neglected members of society who are often reluctant to seek legal help. We’re here to help promote self-sufficiency and stability through various comprehensive and accessible legal services. If you are a veteran in need of legal assistance, please call us today.

The Facts

  • Studies conducted by the Veterans Administration demonstrate the high rate of legal issues for veterans: 5 of the top 10 unmet needs for male homeless veterans require civil legal assistance, and for female homeless veterans, that figure is 4 of the top 10.
  • Legal assistance needs rank higher than housing among the top unmet needs of homeless veterans, according to the US Interagency Council on Homelessness.
  • Veterans are 8% of the general population but between 25% and 30% of the homeless population.
  • While there are Veterans experiencing homelessness in every state, nearly one-third reside in just two states, California (24.5%) and Florida
  •  (7.4%), according to Point-in-Time (PIT) estimates.
  • The average cost of a single homeless person on society is $40,000 per year, according to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
  • The number of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness more than tripled in the last five years. (HUD)

“CABA Pro Bono attorneys support the veteran’s treatment court by providing legal assistance to the veterans in the program. This is how I got involved!”

Ryon Little

Ryon Little, Esq.

About Volunteer Attorney, Ryon Little, Esq.

Ryon Little, from De Leo, Kuylenstierna & Little, PA. has made extensive contributions to CABA Pro Bono as well as the Judicial Circuit’s Veteran’s Treatment Court (VTC). Little provides his expertise in maritime law all the while being a great mentor to the 11th VTC.

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