Legal justice program helps veterans

Adams helps lead the veteran arm of the Northwest Justice Project. It's a state and federally funded organization with 17 locations around Washington providing free legal help in civil cases to those who can't afford it otherwise.

News Story (Washington)

November 14, 2016

Tags: Veterans

Organizations mentioned/involved: Northwest Justice Project (NJP) (WA)


In the veterans arm alone, they’ve opened 16-hundred cases so far this year.

“There are a lot of veterans that have barriers to employment, housing, and self-sufficiency really.”

The NJP gives them a voice.

“And that’s a big deal for a lot of our cases; the clients just really want to be heard.”

Matt accepted some responsibility and so did the VA, a victory in his eyes. Now he’s found a new way to serve… by tracking down other vets in need.