- Did you serve in the military? Did a member of your family serve in the military? Learn more about New Jersey Veterans Benefits and Services by visiting the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs website.
- Veterans’ resources at Middlesex County College – Benefits and programs available for veterans at Middelsex County College.
- New Jersey’s Commitment to Veterans provides a confidential forum for veterans and family members to discuss challenges they are facing.
- Military OneSource – “A 24/7 Resource for Military Members, Spouses and Families,” has numerous resources and links to additional resources provided by the DOD and other organizations.
- Military Child Education Coalition – The site promotes quality education for military children impacted by mobility, transition and separation. They partner with numerous organizations and link to art and writing contests for children.
- “Coming Together Around Military Families” – Offers numerous resources for military families from Zero to Three, a site which is dedicated to improving the lives of infants and toddlers. A quarterly online newsletter is available.
- United Through Reading – United Through Reading is dedicated to uniting separated family members through the bond of reading. One service they offer is to record a service member reading to his/her family and send the DVD to the family.
- DrugRehab.org – Provides resources for veterans with PTSD and substance abuse issues.
Looking for something to read? Librarians at the North Brunswick Public Library are compiling some book lists that may interest you. Check back as these are updated!
- Books for children and families about military families and Memorial Day.
- Lists covering several different wars are available providing nonfiction or primarily fiction.
- Korean War – DVDs and books, primarily nonfiction, about the Korean War.
- Interested in World War II? We have two nonfiction lists, a list of holocaust memoirs, and a list of books that are similar to Laura Hillenbrand’s Unbroken.