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4649 Donaldson Dr
San Diego, CA 92109
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
A wide range of programs are available for youth and teens, including youth sports and recreation programs, educational programs and programs that support leadership and career development. Please review the information to learn what programs and services are available at this installation.
The Fleet and Family Support Center offers various youth employment events throughout the year.
To find out more at Fleet and Family Support Center, call Centralized Scheduling at 866-923-6478, 7:30a.m. - 4:30p.m PST, Monday - Friday, except for Holidays.
***Due to COVID-19*** Please call as hours are subject to change.
Youth Employment Assistance is available for Teens of Active Duty and Retired Service Members. FFSC has the Teen Success Program that consists of:
This is a seasonal program due to teens being in school, please call FFSC at 866-923-6478 for more information and dates of events.
***Due to COVID-19*** Please call for more information.
Child and Youth Programs
CNRSW Child & Youth Programs (CYP) operates eight area recreation centers, in or near military family housing. In addition, CYP offers a wide variety of recreation programs for children ages three to seventeen, including open recreation, field trips, teen programs, youth sports, and special events, as well as the programs listed below.
Before and After School Program is still open for in person services. However, the program is open for mission critical members only due to COVID-19. For more information MilitaryChildCare.com
Due to COVID-19, Day Camp/ Intercession is currently closed.
Due to COVID-19, Tiny Tot classes is currently closed.
Due to COVID-19, Youth Sports is currently closed.
Eligible patrons include children of active duty military, reservists on active duty, and DoD civilian personnel (appropriated funds (APF), non-appropriated funds (NAF), or DoD contractors).
A sliding scale is used to determine parent fees based on total family income. Fees are set by the Department of Defense and are intended to make care accessible to all families.
Armed Services YMCA
The ASYMCA offers a variety of programs for military children including: summer camps, Military Children's Fair, teen programs, Kids Zone Parties, late-night recreational activities, after-school enrichment, Chess/game tournaments, Pre-school on Wheels, Healthy Kids Day, Kids In Action, support groups for siblings of Special Needs Children, Kids Olympics, Sign Language Classes, and Y on Wheels.
For information on services offered in the San Diego area, including any fees associated with the programs, contact ASYMCA at 858-751-5755 or visit them online.
Child & Youth Programs operate eight housing area community centers and offer a wide variety of recreation programs for children ages five (enrolled in Kindergarten or first grade) to eighteen. Some of these programs include open recreation, contract classes, field trips, teen programming, and special events, and more! For additional information on any of these programs or services, contact your local Housing Area Community Center
For more information, visit the San Diego MWR website or call one of the centers listed below.
4649 Donaldson Dr.San Diego, CA 92109
1876 Sky Harbor Rd.San Diego, CA 92139
7427 Linda Vista Rd.San Diego, CA 92111
2741 Mendonca Dr.San Diego, CA 92110
3493 Santo Rd.San Diego, CA 92124
4867 Santo Rd.San Diego, CA 92124
1302 Leyte Rd.Coronado, CA 92118
8420 1/2 Krenz St.San Diego, CA 92123
Youth Sponsorship (grades 3-12) provides access to positive peer groups and social activities, helping military children feel connected at their new duty station. If interested in connecting your child with a local youth sponsor, visit the Youth Sponsorship website.
The School Liaison Officer’s primary function is to serve as a conduit between parents, educators and the command so that military-connected children experience a seamless transition during the transfer between schools. Most military children move up to nine times in their PreK-12th grade years and consistency and retention of educational goals is a major focus for families when planning to PCS. The School Liaison Officers can offer information on area schools and help facilitate communication between the military family on matters relating to regional public and private schools as well as home school and alternative modes of education.
The School Liaison Officer provides information and resources for military families on internal organizations including, but not limited to, Fleet & Family Support Programs (FFSP), Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP), Child & Youth Program (CYP) activities as well as some external organizations, such as but not limited to, the Armed Services YMCA, Military Family Collaborative, and Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. They also serve as a subject matter expert in education-related issues such as the Interstate Compact for Military Children, Department of Education, local school districts and other education related organizations.
The School Liaisons can:• Answer questions about school enrollment options• Provide information about local schools and boundaries• Assist with inbound/outbound school transfers• Help you understand and navigate the special education process• Provide resources for college readiness• Assist with agency referrals...And much more!
For more information on services or how to connect with a SLO, visit the School Liaison Officer website
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. Visit www.scouting.org for more information.
Girl Scouts of America
Girl Scouts of the USA is the world's preeminent organization dedicated solely to providing an accepting and nurturing environment for girls to build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adult volunteers, girls develop qualities like leadership, strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth. Visit them online for more information.
MWR Youth Sports is a great introduction to sports, where everyone plays and competes for FUN! The goal at the Navy Youth Sports experience is to teach the enjoyment of playing on a team as a character building activity without the pressure of a highly competitive program. They strive for participation, physical fitness, fair play, positive sportsmanship, and game skills. Sports offered include: basketball, indoor soccer, tee-ball, softball, tennis, flag football, cheerleading and more!
Some fees may apply. Due to COVID-19, Youth Sports Programs are closed. Contact Youth Sports at 858-268-2244 for more information.
The Navy Region Southwest Chaplain's Office offers several free youth programs, including religious education, baptisms, and counseling for youth of all religious backgrounds.
Chapel Contact Information
Naval Base San Diego Chapel Office:3670 Surface Navy BlvdSan Diego, CA 92136Phone: (619) 556-2658
Murphy Canyon Chapel Office:3200 Santo RoadSan Diego, CA 92124Phone: (858) 268-2213
Due to COVID-19, both offices are currently closed for in person services.