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CNRSW Fleet and Family Support Center
NRSW Fleet & Family Support Center
140 Sylvester Road
Bldg. 211 & 212
Naval Base Point Loma
San Diego, CA 92106
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Resources are available to help you understand and manage your finances, including one-on-one financial counseling to assist you and your family with financial readiness. Services are designed to focus on money management issues throughout your active-duty lifecycle and into retirement. Financial readiness educational opportunities range from basic planning to long-term investing. Check out the information below to see what’s available at your installation.
The Commander, Navy Region Southwest Fleet and Family Support Center's Personal Financial Management Program goals are to:
To assist you and your family in being financially prepared, the CNRSW FFSC offers workshops and consultations on topics including, basic money management, investing, home buying, credit card management, car buying, consumer awareness and more. For more information please visit the San Diego Navy Life Southwest, website or contact your local FFSC Naval Base Point Loma at 619-553-7505.
Protect your financial health. It is important to you and your career. Need help with finances? Military and community resources can help.
To help prepare for a move, stop by your local Fleet and Family Support Center and ask about the following travel entitlements: Advance Pay, Per Diem, Temporary Lodging Allowance for travel outside the continental United States, Temporary Lodging Expense for travel within the continental U.S., Mileage in Lieu of Transportation, and most importantly Dislocation Allowance.
Keep in mind that if Advance Pay is taken, repayment starts immediately over a twelve-month period. We suggest consulting your command financial specialist or one of FFSC’s personal financial managers if you believe that taking Advance Pay might cause financial hardship.
Cost of living depends on various factors. Cost of living in San Diego is comparatively high. According to the San Diego-Carlsbad, report by United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Fair Market Rents Report, the average median price for a one-bedroom apartment in San Diego County is $1,802, Two-bedroom apartments $2,311. Rental prices will vary based on zip codes in the metro area.
Pet policies vary. Some rentals charge a pet deposit that varies based on breed, size and number of pets. Military housing is another option for housing in the San Diego area. Please see the Housing Overview article in Plan My Move for more information.
San Diego Gas & Electric is committed to providing you with safe, reliable energy and exceptional customer service. For more information on programs and services, contact SDG&E at 800-411-7343.
Energy bill discounts:
Minimum Car Insurance Coverage
Minimum liability insurance requirements for private passenger vehicles (California Insurance Code §11580.1b):
Liability insurance compensates a person other than the policy holder for personal injury or property damage. Comprehensive or collision insurance does not meet vehicle financial responsibility requirements. Check your policy or talk to your agent or broker to verify.
California Low-Cost Automobile Insurance Program information is available on the Department of Insurance website.
Things to Keep in Mind While Transferring
When traveling, emergencies happen. Here are some resources that can assist you.
For vehicle emergencies:
In case of a medical emergency involving loss of life, limb, or eye sight, go to the nearest hospital. Call TRICARE within 24 hours for authorization. For other medical care, call TRICARE before seeking medical assistance and TRICARE will assist you in locating a provider. For more information, visit their website or call your previous TRICARE region.
Contact TRICARE West Region (HealthNet Federal Services) at 844-866-WEST or 844-866-9378, or visit www.tricare-west.com for medical care concerns and enrollment questions.