Yes, although not only for veterans. According to the school's website, clinical services are provided by the University of Rhode Island Speech and Hearing Centers; a "broad range of speech-language and hearing services to clients of all ages" are offered.
From the site:
"We enjoy a very positive reputation for delivery of excellent professional services in our local community and well beyond. Our referrals come from all over the state of Rhode Island, eastern Connecticut, and southeastern Massachusetts. Clients may be self-referred or referred by educators, physicians, and other healthcare professionals. During AY 2012-2013, more than 1200 clients were served in our clinics.
Services include (but are not limited to) diagnostic hearing tests, hearing aid evaluations and dispensation; aural rehabilitation; assessment of and treatment for voice, articulation, fluency, and language disorders, including autism spectrum disorders and difficulties with literacy learning; communication and cognitive therapy for adults with neurological disorders resulting from strokes or traumatic brain injuries; and programs to improve fluency for ESL clients."