Welcome to Cornerstone VNA
We are a nonprofit organization providing home, health and hospice care to people of all ages. Our mission is to promote the optimum level of well-being, independence and dignity of those living in the community by providing trusted, compassionate and expert health care.
Throughout all of our programs, we are committed to providing care and support at home, especially through this challenging time. Click the button below to learn more about our response to COVID-19, as well as the latest news and information regarding the coronavirus. Both the State of Maine and the State of NH have activated the 2-1-1 hotline specific to COVID-19. All residents with questions or concerns surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak can call 2-1-1. Click the button below to read more.
Cornerstone VNA Upcoming Events
COVID-19 Alert: All monthly clinics, educational programs, support groups, and caregiver cafes are postponed until further notice.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
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We Love What We Do and It Shows
Cornerstone VNA has received many local and national accolades in recognition of positively impacting the lives of families through their compassionate, high-quality care.
Cornerstone VNA took the regional lead in developing a community palliative care program. Once again, their leaders, team and board took an initiative to fill a new dimension in health care. It’s my pleasure to speak out in their support and underwrite their programs.
There are no words to truly highlight the genuine care, compassion, tenderness and love these selfless caregivers gave my mother in her final months and days. If you can, you will never regret giving your loved one the “GIFT” of Cornerstone VNA!
Many thanks for all the love and support each of you gave my friend. You made her days and nights happy and she loved you all. I also want to express my deep appreciation and thank you for the support you gave me. I admire you all for what you do so well. Thank you.
Over 105 Years of Caring
In 1913, Norma Snow made her dream of caring for others a reality with the establishment of the VNA, with support from the Rochester Women’s Club and the Ladies Aide of the First Church Congregational.