Courage to Call

Services Provided: Active Duty to Civilian Transition Support, Agencies of SDMFC Convening Panel Experts, Food Assistance, Mental Health, SDMFC Members

Every day in San Diego County, current and former service members and their families deal with the complex maze of issues that accompanies military life. Often times the most difficult problem is not knowing where to turn when you need help.

Courage to Call is a free, confidential, veteran-staffed 24/7 helpline dedicated to assisting active duty military personnel, veterans, reservists, guard members, and their families, regardless of discharge status, through information, guidance, and referrals. We offer an optional deeper level of care with case management and can assign a veteran peer navigator to your case. These “Navigators” will help you navigate the resources and will advocate on your behalf.

Courage to Call also has bi-weekly food distributions! For more information, please email couragetocall@mhsinc.org or visit courage2call.org/free-food-distribution/

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

We have a  variety of events through our partners, and we would love to have you join us.

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Annual Conference Signup

Annual Conference Signup

Are you looking to attend the Annual Conference?

Sign up for our 2018 Annual Conference, host a community resource table, or see sponsorship packages.

News, Updates, and Blog

News, Updates, and Blog

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