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We are your "one stop shop" to help Veterans and their families manage their transition into civilian life.
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Helping Veterans Find What They Need

We are here to help Veterans, First Responders, and their Families transition from active duty to being stable and healthy members of the society they have served so nobly.

Many Veterans will tell you they don't have the necessary resources to transition from active duty to civilian life successfully.

The Veterans Navigation Center connects Veterans to expert case managers familiar with the complex landscape of Veteran benefits who assist in obtaining resources.

Your case manager  will help you set goals and create a plan to get the support you need. We will refer you to the many partners in our support system, and then follow up with you to make sure you are successfully receiving the support you need.
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Navigating the Veteran Environment


Life Skills

Veteran Services

Mental Health

What Can the VNC Do For Me?

Our many years working with Veterans in the San Diego area has led us to have a vast network of support services than can be of assistance. Some examples of the types of things that we help with include:
Acquiring benefits
Employment/Work/Life Skills Training
Treatment for Substance Use
Mental Health Counseling for Depression, Anxiety,  or Trauma/PTSD
Family and Marriage Counseling
Veteran Legal Services
Contact us today so that we can connect you to a case manager who can assess your needs and start working with you on a plan to improve your wellbeing and thrive.
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Our hardworking member organizations contribute to San Diego’s veterans based on their own talents and resources. We are proud to support and help them organize the great work they do!

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A Decade of Service to Veterans in San Diego

Scott H. Silverman

Crisis Coach Scott H. Silverman is the author of The Opioid Epidemic and the founder of Confidential Recovery. For the past decade, Scott has tirelessly advocated for Veterans well-being in his practice and many public and TV appearances.

Sherriff William Gore

Board Member
William D. Gore was appointed as the 29th Sheriff of San Diego County on in 2009, and elected a year later in June 2010.

Sheriff Gore oversaw one of the largest Sheriff’s Departments in the nation until his retirement in February 2022. He has always had the health of Veterans on his Mind.

A "One Stop Shop" to Help California Veterans and their Families

Our goal is to help every Veteran thrive, live a successful civilian life, and achieve their personal, professional, and family goals by navigating their access to benefits and services and removing any barriers they may have encountered during or after military service or in early transition.

The VNC helps Veterans identify and access benefits and services available to them and works to remove any barriers to success they may have encountered during or after military service or early transition.

Download our brochure for an informative and printable description of our services.

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🪖 🎖️Today, March 29, is National Vietnam War Veterans Day – a day dedicated to our nation's heroes who served in that war. Fifty years have passed since the final American military forces left Vietnam and our remaining prisoners of war were returned. Even after the passage of five decades, we still owe these veterans a large debt of gratitude. During the conflict, political controversy and disagreement were sadly misdirected toward those who had admirably served our nation. When these brave warriors returned from Vietnam, they received neither a hero’s welcome nor appreciation for their service that they deserved, but instead got apathy, anger and hate. Disappointingly, many were left to struggle alone with self-doubt, shame and the memories of those left behind. After their wartime service ended, these unsung heroes went to work, served in government and became involved in their communities. Vietnam War-era veterans went on to lead Fortune 500 companies, direct Oscar-winning films, create a prominent computer-programming language, map the human genome and many other outstanding accomplishments. Today, there are approximately 6 million living veterans from the Vietnam era – more than 30% of America’s veteran population. We offer our sincerest thanks on this momentous day to all of those brave souls who served! 🪖 🎖️


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(858) 567-9191
7071 Consolidated Way, San Diego, CA 92121
  • After having my driving privileges suspended, Confidential Recovery allowed me to continue with in-person therapy groups using Zoom to reconnect with the daily meetings.

    John D.

    U.S. Veteran
  • Through the personal attention I received from the caring, experienced, therapists, and interactive group sessions, the sources of my addictive behavior were brought to light.

    John D.

    U.S. Naval Veteran
  • The terrific staff cares about their clients and have broad backgrounds to meet the specialized and nuanced needs of their Veteran and First Responder clients.

    John D.

    U.S. Veteran
Disclaimer: The Veterans Navigation Center is not affiliated with any government agency. If you or a Veteran you know is in crisis, call The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs 24/7 crisis line by dialing 988 and press 1, or text (838255) to speak with a crisis counselor.

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