Adult Programs

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Cornerstone Family Programs builds and maintains healthy families through its programs for adults.  We improve health through counseling, education, money management, recreation and support.  We help increase participation in the economy through workforce development and other education and skill building programs, with special expertise in the unique challenges faced by military and immigrant families and individuals dealing with addictions.
Pathways to Work
Pathways to Work connects potential employers with people in need of casual work, enabling day laborers of diverse background to build a path of self-sufficiency and financial stability.  Pathways to Work offers educational opportunities related to job skills (carpentry, painting, housekeeping and related trades), as well as language, safety, civics, and workers’ rights and duties.  For more information, call 973-538-1229. Click the link above for forms. 
General Educational Development (GED) Preparation  
If you are an adult who has not received a high school diploma, would you like to take classes to prepare you to earn a GED certificate? Upon passing the New Jersey GED examination, this certificate is accepted as an equivalent credential to a high school diploma by employers and colleges throughout the United States.  The General Education Development exam covers basic skills that students are taught in high school, including writing, reading, social studies, math, and science, which are the subject areas that make up the GED examination in New Jersey.  This program is run by the Morristown High School at The Nabe.  For more information, call 973-538-1229.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Are you an immigrant to the US who would like to improve your English speaking skills?  Our program will better enable you to find and hold down a job, perform the necessities of daily life and integrate yourself into American culture.  Beginners welcome!  For more information, call 973-538-1229.
Women on the Go Support Group for Mothers
Women on the Go is a support group for mothers who are new to the area and could use a little help adjusting to the community. We meet monthly for social, informational, and educational discussions that will make you a more skillful mom. Monthly dinners feature speakers on domestic abuse, legal issues, parenting skills, and employment readiness. Mothers attend job fairs at the Neighborhood House, the Family Resource center to receive food stamps, heating assistance, and a variety of support benefits. The friendships and connections our moms make extend to their children, who develop meaningful relationships with their peers that last throughout their school years. Many past participants return each month with success stories of full time employment, permanent housing, and improved relationships with their children.  Free refreshments and childcare available. For more information, call 973-538-1229.
Adult Recreational Soccer
Men and women of all skill levels play in our soccer league.  For schedule and registration information, call 973-538-1229.