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The Fleet & Family Support Center (FFSC) is here to support you and stands ready to assist with every career and life change. FFSC understands the unique characteristics, benefits and stresses of life in the military. Our staff conducts workshops and one-on-one consultations to assist military service and family members in preparing, coping, and thriving in their unique way of life. Click on a title to see the description of a topic we assist with and give us a call at (866) 923-6478 to schedule an appointment or attend a workshop.
Are you a pregnant active duty service member? Learn about policies and programs related to a Family Care Plan, the Navy’s Pregnancy Instruction, as well as childcare, financial resources and more!
Develop the resiliency you need to thrive in stressful environments. This workshop explores valuable and proven anger management techniques.
Learn to navigate the exciting world of couponing and maximize your budget. Share your secrets and learn new ones at this fun and interactive workshop. Don’t forget to bring your coupons!
This multi-session workshop discusses topics affecting today’s family, including: consistent and effective discipline, understanding developmental stages, communication with children or young adults, building child self-esteem, and dealing with bullies.
Participate in this informative and interactive webinar from the comfort of your own home! Learn to travel using low cost military space-available flights. Discuss how to sign up, important documents and tips for a successful travel experience. NOTE: Register at least one week prior through 866-923-6478 to enroll and receive a classroom link.
Are you ready for the challenges of life after the military? Whether your spouse is retiring or separating, these tools and resources will help you effectively navigate the process and prepare the whole family for its next adventure.
Join us for this interactive and fun support group for all LGBT military and families. Each month is unique. Open to single service members and couples with or without children. This group meets at the San Diego LGBT Community Center, 3903 Centre Street, San Diego, CA 92103
This hands-on workshop for spouses and children has a great purpose: brightening the day of any deployed service member! Learn the art of long distance communication through the use of digital venues and old fashion snail mail.
Finding reliable and affordable childcare can be an adventurous task for parents. This workshop explores the many childcare options available to military families in San Diego.
FFSC provides long term support to families of fallen service members. Navy Gold Star coordinators are advocates for surviving family members, and provide information about benefits and resources. The program also connects survivors with each otherand with the Navy, by coordinating events. For more information about the program, contact 619-556-2190 or 619-767-7225.
Learn the basics of Navy life and how to thrive as a military spouse.
Having a well-organized life reduces stress and improves self-esteem. This hands-on workshop teaches you how to manage your bills, schedule home maintenance, organize closets and much more!
Participate in this informative and interactive webinar from the comfort of your own home! Learn tips and techniques to refresh your parenting skills and to help manage your child’s every day behavior. NOTE: Register at least one week prior at 866-923-6478 to enroll and receive a classroom link.
Is your teenager looking for employment? Do you know how to support your child during the job search and all the rules and regulations about teen workers? Join us to learn about child labor laws and how to acquire a work permit. Gain the skills to support your teen as they write a resume and a cover letter, and learn the skills needed for your teen to land that job.
Identify and learn skills to take control of your anger. Redirect your emotions in positive ways that, ultimately, can help you build more effective strategies for success at work and at home.
Volunteers are instrumental in supporting Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) staff with expanding services, implementing new programs, and assisting military families. Receive initial guidance and information for volunteering at a FFSC.
Our Work & Family Life Consultant (WFLC) Generalists are available to conduct one-on-one confidential consultations in various quality of life programs including resume writing assistance, job interview preparation, relocation information, deployment (including Individual Augmentee) preparation and homecoming services, volunteer activities and information and referral.
Exceptional Family Member Program
The Navy's Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) serves military families with special needs. The EFMP is a mandatory enrollment program for sponsors with qualifying family members. Enrollment in the EFMP ensures maximum provision of services to the family throughout the sponsor’s career.
The EFMP includes identification of the family member's special needs and enrollment in the program, assignment coordination and family support. The Program assists Sailors during the assignment process by addressing the special needs of their exceptional family members (EFM) and ensuring they are assigned to areas where they can access necessary resources.
Special needs include special medical, dental, mental health, developmental or educational requirements, the requirement for adaptive equipment assistive technology devices and services and/or wheelchair accessibility.
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Designed for families with special needs, each meeting offers fun and unique opportunities to meet others, share information, discuss helpful resources, and provide support to each other. Each month has a new theme, so it's always a fresh and informative evening.
Attend one or more from 6:00pm-8:00pm - February 16 ~ March 29 ~ April 26 ~ May 24 ~ June 28 ~ July 26 ~ August 30 ~ September 27 ~ October 25 ~ November 15 ~ December 6
Free childcare is available by RSVP. All sessions are held at the Murphy Canyon Chapel, 3200 Santo Road, San Diego, CA 92124. For more information, to RSVP, or signup for this event
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Learn how to run an effective and efficient command program, in accordance with OPNAVINST 1754.2D program requirements. Get best practices from other EFMP POCs, and learn about available resources.
Workshops are from 9:00am - 11:00am scheduled for: 2 March NBSD Bldg. 259. Room 2 ~ 6 April NBC Bldg. G Conference Room ~ 4 May NBSD Bldg. 259. Room 2 ~ 1 June NBSD Bldg. 259 Room 2, ~ 6 July NBC Bldg. G Conference Room ~ 3 Aug NBSD Bldg. 259 Room 2 ~ 7 Sept NBSD Bldg. 259 Room 2 ~ 5 Oct NBC Bldg. G Conference Room ~ 2 Nov NBSD Bldg. 259 Room 2 ~ 7 Dec NBSD Bld. 259 Room 2
For more information or signup for this event click this link
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Call (866) 923-6478 to set an appointment to learn about the application or renewal process, as well as resources that can support you.
Is EFMP for you? Can you say yes to any of the below?
If so, you must enroll!
- Do you have a child or spouse diagnosed with asthma, attention deficit disorder, cancer, diabetes, lupus, heart disease, leukemia, mental illness or any other physical, emotional, and/or developmental disability?
- Do you have a child in special education more than 20% of school time?
- Do you have a dependent child over 21 in the incapacitated dependent program?
- Do you have a family member in a residential treatment facility?
- Are you enrolled in the TRICARE Standard Program for the Disabled?
- Do you have a spouse or child receiving medical care through a state medical program?
- Do you have a family member receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits?
- Are you a geographic bachelor because of a family member’s special medical or educational needs?
- Do you have a family member in a full-time special education setting or receiving inpatient/facility care?
EFMP Liaisons are the Information and Referral (I&R) conduit for questions regarding EFM resources in the local community and:
- Provide information, referral and system navigation
- Link families with available military, national and local community resources.
- Provide non-medical case management.
- Partner with the Military Treatment Facilities Coordinators to provide information, education and marketing
- Partner with commands to give Point of Contact (POC) training
- Offer monthly Family Connection workshop
If you would like to receive EFMP resources and information about upcoming events, please email EFM@mwrsw.com or like us at: www.facebook.com/NavyEFMP.sandiego
A few resources for you, click the link.
Family Member Medical Summary, DD Form 2792*REQUIRED FOR ALL MEMBERS ENROLLING INTO THE EFM PROGRAM.
Special Education/Early Intervention Summary, DD FORM 2792-1
REQUIRED FOR ALL SCHOOL- AGED CHILDREN. ATTACH A CURRENT COPY OF THE IEP/IFSP AND/OR 504 PLAN IF APPLICABLE.
Extended Care Health Option Information
Extended Care Health Option (ECHO), provides supplemental services to active duty family members (ADFMs) with qualifying mental or physical disabilities. This link provides more information about the program.
The New Parent Support Home Visitation Program
A Healthy Family is Resilient • Socially Active • Resourceful • Knowledgeable.
The New Parent Support Home Visitation Program (NPSHVP) is a free support service program designed to meet the needs of expectant active-duty military personnel, their spouses and those families with children under the age of 4. The program was created to provide prenatal and parenting skills education to active-duty service members and their families.
NPSHVP’s primary goal is to enhance their quality of life by empowering them to meet the challenges of parenthood, while maintaining a military lifestyle. The program offers a variety of services, including prenatal health and nutrition consultation, breastfeeding education, early child development education, parenting skills and home visitation services.
NPSHVP professionals know that raising a family is very rewarding and sometimes can be challenging. The Home Visitors are committed to helping active-duty parents and their children maintain a strong and healthy family.
Every Day Counts! Have questions on childbirth, breastfeeding, calming a crying baby, potty training, disciplining or other parenting concerns? Learn more about your child’s social and emotional competencies and physical development. For FREE.
One Call Serves All!
24/7 Appointment Scheduling for, clinical counseling, relocation assistance, resume assistance, and financial consultations at any Navy Region Southwest FFSC call 1-866-923-6478.
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Fleet & Family Support Center Locations
Mon. - Fri., 7:30 am - 4:30 pm, Closed Sat., Sun., and holidays (unless otherwise noted)
Naval Base San Diego
3005 Corbina Alley
Bldgs 259 & 263
San Diego, CA
Naval Base Coronado
318 Saufley Rd.
San Diego, CA
Naval Base Point Loma
140 Sylvester Rd.
Bldgs 211 & 212
San Diego, CA
Bayview Hills Branch
1967 Sky Harbor Road
San Diego, CA
Gateway Village Branch
3207 Rosecrans Place
San Diego, CA
Murphy Canyon Branch
4867T Santo Road
San Diego, CA
8120 Arlette St.
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The Village at Serra Mesa Branch
3141 Afton Road
San Diego, CA