Community Resources: Military Resources

Project Success: Project SUCCESS provides supportive family-centered services for Escondido Union School District students who are military-connected, in foster care, or are experiencing housing insecurity.

Other Services

This table lists military resources with phone numbers, location, and description.
Name Phone Location Description
County of San Diego Office of Military & Veterans Affairs 858.694.3222 5560 Overland Ave., Suite 310,
San Diego 92123
Support for active-duty military members, veterans, dependents, their survivors, and families in the Transition Assistance Program
Exceptional Family Member Program 760.763.0868 Camp Pendleton Support for family members with special needs, respite care
Family Readiness Hotline 866.676.0662 Camp Pendleton Deployment information and referral services for families
Family Readiness Hotline 877.470.6020 Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Deployment information and referral services for families
Marine Corps School Liaison Program 619.524.8032 San Diego School liaisons assist families in connecting school-age children with support services, community resources, and schools
Escondido Military & Veterans Affairs Resource Center 760.740.5573 649 W. Mission Ave.,
Escondido 92025
Regional extension of the main County Office of Military & Veterans Affairs; processing college fee waivers and driver license verifications
Military OneSource 800.342.9647 Southern California Advocacy for parents and children, information on benefits and services, free camps for children of military personnel
National Military Families Association 703.931.6632 Nationwide Advocacy for parents and children, information on benefits and services, free camps for children of military personnel
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society 760.725.5337 Camp Pendleton Provides quick-assist loans and additional loans, budget counseling
Navy Region Southwest Fleet & Family Readiness Programs 619-524-4700 937 N. Harbor Drive,
San Diego 92132
Relocation assistance, new parent support services, deployment services, clinical counseling, fiscal management services, and transition assistance; program areas include Dining Services; Fleet, Family and Child Programs; Housing; and Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Family Advocacy Program Camp Pendleton 760.725.9051 Camp Pendleton, Building 1122 Individual and family counseling, family advocacy, prevention education, screenings and referrals
Veterans Village of San Diego 619.393.2000 4141 Pacific Highway, San Diego 92110 Supports veterans experiencing homelessness; housing, employment, court, rehabilitation services

The listed programs are not presented, endorsed, recommended, supervised, or sponsored by the Escondido Union School District. The district assumes no liability or responsibility for any loss or injury arising out of participation in any services provided on this resource list.