Welcome Aboard Fleet Readiness Center Southwest
Sailors shall report in Service Dress Uniform (E6 & below) and Service Dress Uniform or Khaki (E7 & above) to Fleet Readiness Center Southwest, Naval Air Station North Island, Quarter Deck Building 94, Phone (619) 767-7082.
Before reporting to FRCSW, contacting a sponsor can help make your transition smoother. Click here to email the command:
PO BOX 357058
San Diego, CA 92135-7058
Important Phone Numbers
San Diego Ship's Information
(619) 556-3121 - A-F
(619) 556-3122 - G-O
(619) 556-3123 - P-Z
(619) 556-8443 - Assignments/Referrals
Navy Family Service Center
Navy Legal Service Office, Southwest
American Red Cross
Military Information Desk
(619) 296-3192 - Airport USO
(619) 524-1011 - All Area Commands Morale,
Welfare, and Recreation
Navy Lodge Reservations
Naval Regional Medical Center San Diego
(619) 532-6400 - Information
(619) 532-8418/9 - Prescription Refills
Personnel Support Activity Detachment
Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society
DOD Safe Helpline
San Diego Duty Victim Advocate
The Personal Property Shipping Office for all incoming and outgoing household goods is in Building 3376 on Naval Station San Diego, located behind the Military Housing Welcome Center.
Hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays.
All services, information and assistance or for any matter concerning your household goods call, (619) 556-6683 (556-MOVE).
If you need information regarding your housing situation, the Family Housing Office is an important stop. They provide assignment and referral assistance for all personnel attached to San Diego commands. There are 8,300 government owned and leased homes available throughout San Diego and waiting lists exist for all sites. Personnel should plan to rent in the civilian community until military housing is available.
Housing referral specialists will help you locate homes to buy or rent which best suit your needs. The Chief of Naval Operations requires all military members to check in with the Housing Referral Service Office prior to negotiating any off-base rental or lease agreement.
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
Fax (619) 556-8012
32nd Street Commissary area,
Bldg. 263, 2nd Deck;
Adjacent to the Family Service Center
Commander Naval Base (N7)
Military Family Housing
PO Box 368114
San Diego, CA 92136-8114
A housing information package is available on request. To obtain a package, please write the address above or visit the office.
All officers and enlisted personnel accompanied by their bona fide family members are eligible to apply for Military Family Housing. To apply for quarters, you need a local housing application form or DD Form 1746 (Application for Assignment to Housing), a copy of orders showing your detachment date and certification of family members. Application may be made in person or submitted by mail. Those submitted by mail must be confirmed within 30 days of reporting to San Diego.
Your control date (effective date of application) determines your placement on the housing waiting list. The control date will usually be the date of detachment from your last permanent duty station, if the application is received within 30 days of your arrival in San Diego.
Personnel who apply for MFH will receive a written acknowledgement indicating the approximate waiting period for quarters. The waiting times quoted are approximate times only and can fluctuate rapidly.
You (or a member of your immediate family) must confirm an advance quarters application within 30 days of reporting for duty of arrival in the San Diego area. Failure to confirm will result in the cancellation of your application.
Inquires into MFH should be directed to the Family Housing Office.
The Military Housing Office maintains a free listing service with over 5,000 rental and for-sale properties. The service is available to all married and single personnel as well as DoD civilians.
Referral Specialists provide current information on typical rental costs, deposit fees, location, public transportation availability, crime rates, school statistics and other facts about civilian housing in San Diego. A counselor can interview you to help you determine your personal and family needs regarding affordable housing in San Diego.
Family Service Center
The Navy Family Service Center, located at Naval Station 32nd Street, welcomes military families relocating to the San Diego area. All services offered to married couples and their families are also available to the single sailor. The Relocation Assistance Program helps service members and their families who are coming to the San Diego area.
Specialists provide individual assistance and everything you need to know about relocating, but didn't know who to ask. For more information on the wide variety of services offered by the Family Service Center, call (619) 545-6071.