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CNRSW FFSC Relocation Assistance, Naval Base Point Loma Relocation Assistance Program (RAP)
140 Sylvester Road
San Diego, CA 92106
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Service providers are available with support both before and after a PCS move. Learn more about how to put the military’s relocation assistance program to work for you. See below for an overview of Military and Family Support Center Relocation Assistance services. Services vary by installation, so check the “Other” section below to see what other services are available at your location.
Your Military and Family Support Center provides relocation assistance to help make PCS moves as smooth as possible. Resources include:
Welcome to San Diego! Commander Navy Region Southwest’s Fleet and Family Support Center San Diego Relocation Assistance Program provides a number of services for qualified personnel moving to San Diego. If you have not yet received a Welcome Aboard package from your sponsor, contact our RAP staff to request a free package by mail.
CNRSW FFSC also offers Lending Lockers at Naval Base Coronado, Naval Base San Diego and Naval Base Point Loma. Kits contain basic kitchen items. Coffee pots, toasters, sleeping mats and irons and ironing boards are also available when in stock. FFSC Lending Lockers do not include furniture, but RAP staff can offer referrals to organizations that provide free furniture. Kits can be checked out for a maximum of two weeks. FFSC San Diego also offers one-on-one consultations introducing you to area resources.
For more information, visit the FFSC relocation website or contact the NBPL FFSC at 619-553-7505.
Additional San Diego resources:
Support the Enlisted Project: STEP provides emergency financial and transition assistance grants to active-duty and recently discharged enlisted military and their families. Contact 858-695-6810 or866-424-5210 for more information.
San Diego Military Outreach Ministries: The available services include free furniture and household items, strollers, playpens, highchairs, clothing, formula and diapers, weekly food and bread distribution in various military housing communities and much more. Some restrictions may apply and hours of operation do vary. For more information, contact 619-461-4164.
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society: NMCRS provides financial counseling, thrift shops, a Budget for Baby workshop, the Visiting Nurse program, scholarships and financial assistance to qualifying individuals. Appointments are encouraged. Contact the NMCRS on the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at 619-524-5734.
Armed Services YMCA: The ASYMCA provides in-home social work visits, in-home counseling, emergency food, free transportation to and from medical appointments and a variety of other services. Call858-751-5755.
School liaison officers: SLOs are in place to serve as a point of contact between Naval Region Southwest commands and the school system. SLOs specialize in serving military students and parents and offer a wide spectrum of services, enabling families to become more involved in their child’s educational experience. Contact your local FFSC to receive contact information for the SLO in your area.