- Peer Support Programs
- Veterans / Military Services
"By Veterans for Veterans" – Courage to Call is a veteran-run, peer-to-peer support program in San Diego County. Our free services are offered to active and former military members, their families and loved ones. We connect callers with former members of the military who understand the rigors of military life and have made the transition to civilian life.
Courage to Call participates in the San Diego County Vet-Fam Forum, a collaboration of community leaders and organizations whose goal is to identify, build and maintain relationships to help offer veterans and their families the best resources and services available.
We offer the following confidential services off-base in a safe and private atmosphere:
• Peer Support
Veteran and family support and guidance helps you develop short-term prevention-oriented plans to improve your mental wellness.
The Courage to Call 24/7 Helpline: 2-1-1 allows you to connect with a veteran for help around the clock.
We provide resources and support to reduce stress and improve overall mental health. Types of referral assistance include:
- Employment services
- Food, housing and shelter
- Rent and utility assistance
- Counseling services
- Family and legal resources
- Benefits information
- Veterans transition services
• Training for Organizations
Our trainings help provide a better understanding of military life and family culture. Call us to learn more about scheduling a training session.
Courage to Call services are available to all active and former military members, their families and loved ones. Our services also extend to Reservists and National Guardsmen.
To find out more information about Courage to Call, please call (619) 209-4682.
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