|Fleet & Family Support Center, San Diego|
Navy Region Southwest Community Support Programs is a regional team dedicated to providing a full range of quality products and services that enhance our customers’ lives in support of mission readiness and retention. Community Support Programs (CSP) is responsible for policy development, resourcing and oversight of quality of life programs for active-duty military, reservists, military retirees and their families. CSP contains four program areas: Dining Services (Galleys and Food & Beverage); Fleet, Family and Child Programs; Housing (Bachelor, Family, and Navy Gateway Inns & Suites); and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR).
GC Green is a Woman, Native American, Service Disabled Veteran - Owned General Contracting and Consulting Firm specializing in identifying and installing best of class benchmarking, energy efficiency, water efficiency, renewable energy, and environmental consulting solutions for residential/multifamily, commercial, and governmental customers.
|National Communications Training Centers (NCTC)|
National Communications Training Centers (NCTC) has developed a three week, 105 hour curriculum in fiber optics and category 5/6 including telephone systems. This intensive hands on course is taught by leaders in the fiber optic field. NCTC Graduates are fully qualified as installers of fiber, fiber splicer technicians, data cable technicians, CAT 5/6 copper cable installers, assemblers of fiber cable and repair, test and inspection of fiber. Graduates will receive a Certificate of Completion by NCTC.
Returning Patriots Corporation is a Non Profit Organization that helps Veterans transition into the next phase of their life by providing the skills sets and business confidence to succeed in the civilian workplace. We are focused on helping Veterans that have served our nation by providing valuable career training, job placement and coaching services to ensure they have a successful transition into the civilian workplace. These benefits are provided at no direct cost to separating military service members to show our gratitude for their selfless service.
|San Diego United Veterans Council|
The United Veterans Council of San Diego County was formed in 1984 providing a forum for veterans to provide input, share information, and raise issues leading to the betterment of the veteran community and to provide a united veterans position on legislation affecting San Diego County veterans and their families.
|The Mission Continues|
The Mission Continues challenges post-9/11 wounded and disabled veterans to serve once again in their communities through our Fellowship Program. A typical fellowship covers 28 weeks, during which the Fellow serves at a local charitable organization for 20 per week. Each Fellow receives a monetary stipend to offset living expenses.
|The Patriot Group, Inc. (TPGI)|
The Patriot Group, Inc. (TPGI) is a Professional Military Career-Hiring Event & Staff Placement Firm. TPGI is a Certified California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise and a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business based in San Diego, CA with offices in both San Diego and Huntington Beach, CA. TPGI also provides professional business consulting for small and large business.
|The San Diego Veterans Coalition (SDVC)|
The San Diego Veterans Coalition (SDVC) is an emerging 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in an open and inclusive partnership of community service providers, veteran organizations, and interested professionals from throughout San Diego County working together to enhance the support of veterans across the area by improving communications, providing leadership, promoting collaboration, and facilitating quality services.
|Veterans Association of North County (VANC)|
Welcome to the Veterans Association of North County (VANC), an association of more than 30 different veteran organizations serving over 5,000 members. For the first time in the history of North San Diego County, VANC is establishing a new facility for all veterans and their families — the Veterans Association of North County Resource Center. Join us in honoring the men and women who have protected our freedom by helping VANC complete this important and much needed facility.
|Veterans Village of San Diego (VVSD)|
With five locations throughout San Diego County, VVSD is the only program of its kind in the United States and is nationally recognized as the leader in serving homeless military veterans. Each year VVSD provides services to more than 2,000 military veterans throughout the County of San Diego.
|Workshops For Warriors|
Workshops for Warriors assists the transition of veterans and injured veterans into civilian life through mentorship, training, and education. A combination of vocational training and real-world job experience empowers veterans, increases their career options, their confidence and self-respect. The feeling of camaraderie in the shop allows veterans to begin networking in order to provide opportunities for challenging and interesting work.
|Wounded Warrior Homes|
Wounded Warrior Homes is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization that serves medically discharged, single men and women of our armed forces with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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