Courage to Call

Services Provided: Childcare, Consumer Services, Criminal Justice and Legal Services, Education, Emergency Resources, Employment, Environmental and Public Health/Safety, Financial Assistance, Food Assistance, Health Insurance, Healthcare, Housing/Shelter, Individual and Family Life, Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services, Parenting, Professional Development, Transportation, Utilities

Mission: 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.

Vision: Veterans serving Veterans, Active Military, Reservists, National Guardsmen, and their Families.

What Courage to Call Does:

Courage to Call – Provide resources, referrals, case management, short term guidance.

Who qualifies for Courage to Call services:

Open to all veterans, active duty, reservists, national guard, and their families.

How Courage to Call serves the military-connected community:

Provide resources, referrals, case management, short term guidance.

The Courage to Call Partners: 

VVSD, 211, MHS, HHSA and many others

 

Address: 9445 Farnham St,
San Diego, CA 92123
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm

The SDRVFWS Report is LIVE

The SDRVFWS Report is LIVE

The San Diego Regional Veteran and Family Wellness Strategy Report is LIVE!

See the FULL REPORT HERE: www.sdmilitaryfamily.org/sdrvfws-report

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Membership Has Changed!

Membership Has Changed!

SDMFC Membership has changed for 2019! Are you a current member, would like to become a member, or want to know what it means to be a SDMFC member? 

See the newest information to SDMFC Membership!

 

SDMFC JULY CONVENING

SDMFC JULY CONVENING


Join us on July 26, 10am – 12pm @ Mission Valley Library: 2123 Fenton Pkwy, San Diego, CA 92108 or join us on Facebook LIVE!

 

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