Confidential Counseling for Combat Veterans and their Families

Cornerstone Family Programs offers counseling with clinicians trained in issues specific to service members, veterans, and their families. Services are confidential and are free of charge for veterans of combat zones and their families. To schedule an initial appointment contact Angela Gulla, LCSW, or Nancy Pandiscia, LSW
Cornerstone counselors have experience with:
 Stress and Anxiety
 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms
 Traumatic Brain Injury
 Substance Abuse
 Marital Issues
 Children’s Issues
 Readjustment Issues
 Military Sexual Trauma

Who is Eligible?
Veterans of any combat zone are eligible for free counseling. The spouses, children and parents of these veterans are also eligible for help.
How can I get help?
Call or e-mail to make an appointment. Please bring a copy of the veteran’s DD214 to the first session.
What can I expect on the first visit?
You can expect to meet with a confidential and professional clinician who has experience dealing with the servicemembers, veterans and their families. This session is noncommittal and you can decide how to proceed at the end of the first session.
I have a full time job.  Do you have evening appointments?
Yes, we offer appointments in both the evening and during regular business hours to fit a variety of schedules. Availability does vary; however, we will try to work with your schedule.