MORRISTOWN, NJ - Every year on Veteran’s Day, Americans honor those who have served our country in the Armed Services. A celebratory event we most envision is a parade down the Main Street of Small-town, USA. Our stereotype of the honored veterans may be older men serving in Vietnam who proudly wear their Marine hats or Army medals, and some may even have visible physical wounds from their service.

With the more recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan reflecting the present-day all volunteer military, the demographics of the Armed Forces have become more ethnically diverse, younger and female, as compared to the draft recruits during the Vietnam Era. 

Cornerstone Family Programs responds to this increasing diversity by offering flexible, confidential counselling services to all our veterans.  Appointments are available during the day for those who are retired or home with children and evening times for those working traditional business hours.  Cornerstone Family Programs has strong expertise working with veterans and their families, including children, and truly understands their unique challenges.  Learn more at www.cornerstonefamilyprograms.org or by calling 973-538-5260 and speaking with Leslie Young