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U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Shae Crombie, the executive officer for Recruiting Station San Francisco, participates a Spartan Race in San Francisco,...
U.S. Marine Corps Color Guard presents the colors before a San Diego Legion rugby match at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego, California on Feb. 18,...
Robin Rayford speaks about her father and his experience as an Original Montford Point Marine during the presentation of The Congressional Gold Medal...
U.S. Marines with 12th Marine Corps District, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and Western Recruiting Region, show educators from San Diego, Los...
U.S. Marines with the Montford Point Marines Association, Chapter 44, salute during the National Anthem during an award and honors ceremony at Marine...
U.S. Marines with Recruiting Station Seattle, 12th Marine Corps District, attended a memorial service for US Marine Corps Tech Sgt. Robert Harding...
U.S. Marine Corps retired Col. Christopher Conlin, shares how the Marine Corps impacted his life as a part of Marine Corps Recruiting Command’s...
Anthony Smith and his family accept the Congressional Gold Medal on behalf of his father during the U.S. Marine Corps Birthday Ball celebration with...
In honor of the 2022 Miramar Air Show, 12th Marine Corps District, Marine Corps Recruiting Command is proud to recognize the success and...
High school and community influencers receive a Marine Corps Martial Arts Program demonstration during the Educators Workshop at Marine Corps Recruit...
Colonel Michael Ogden is a native of Annapolis, Maryland. In 1992 he graduated from Bryan high
Sergeant Major Daniel R. Wilson graduated high school in 1997 and enlisted in the Marine Corps and
12th Marine Corps District
3704 Hochmuth Avenue, Building 8
San Diego, CA 92140-5191
Adjutant's Office: (619) 738-5107
S-1: (619) 738-5114
Chaplain: (619) 738-5334
Deployment Readiness Coordinator: (619) 738-5136
Mission Assurance: (619) 738-5196
MAC: (619) 738-5332
S-6: (619) 738-5341
S4 Logistics: (619) 738-5191
S4 Supply: (619) 738-5202
WRR MCRD Security Manager’s Office (Clearance): (619) 524-8817
Deployment Readiness Coordinator
Maria Rodriguez Callejas
12th Marine Corps District
BLDG 8, Rm 120
3704 Hochmuth Ave, San Diego, CA 92140
Work Desk: 619.738.5136, Work Cell: 619.988.0593
On behalf of the District's Command Team, greetings and welcome aboard!
You are a welcomed addition to the 12th Marine Corps District (12thMCD) family, and we look forward to working with you.
The goal of the Unit, Personal, and Family Readiness Program is to provide support to Marines and their families. We take pride in ensuring that we are offering the best quality support for the unit, the Marine, and the family members. Family, to us, is defined as all members of a Marine's family. You will have an opportunity upon check-in, to tell us who family is to you through the updating of your MOL Family Readiness Module. Support for you and your family shall be provided to regardless of your marital status, to include: your spouse, children, and/or your designated parents/extended family members. This service and support are paramount to an increase in personal and unit readiness. Personal, and Family Readiness is a priority and is the primary foundation for unit and mission readiness.
As the Deployment Readiness Coordinator (DRC), my primary duty is to support the Commanding Officer with communication to the Marines and their family members, to provide information and resource referral, to provide deployment and readiness support, and volunteer management. I also serve as an informational link between the 12thMCD Commander and your Recruiting Station (RS) Uniformed Readiness Coordinators (URCs). Your unit URCs will keep you informed of training events, briefs, local, current and command-sponsored events. You will receive e-mails, phone calls and messages from MOL informing you of what is taking place within your respective command. It is imperative that you contact your URC if you have any major life events, or changes in contact information, so that they can update their databases.
As soon as you come on deck, ensure that you check in with either me at the District HQs, or your URC at the RS. We have important documents for you to complete. Spouses and other family members are welcomed to contact me or the RS URC for information about the area, resource referrals, and volunteer opportunities.
Our various Command Teams will ensure you are well informed about all programs and resources available to you and your family while you are a member of the 12thMCD family. We welcome any feedback on events you attend or would like to attend. We are always open to suggestions and new ideas. We look forward to hearing from you.
On behalf of the Command Team, welcome aboard. I along with the other URCs look forward to assisting you and your family, with any concerns you may have. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
URC RS San Diego
GySgt William Martinez
URC RS Orange County
GySgt Ivan Puentes
URC RS Riverside
Sgt Eileen Aguilar
URC RS Los Angeles
Sgt Gregory Dellingerpester
URC RS Sacramento
GySgt Randell Marchan
URC RS San Francisco
GySgt Michael Muellerleile
URC RS Portland
URC RS Seattle
SSgt Daniel Hinojosa
Sgt Naveen Gill
Most Requested Resources
Military Family Life Counselor - 12th Marine Corps District (California area Marines and family members)
POC: Mrs. Nissrine Habhab, (619) 616-6792, firstname.lastname@example.org
Capabilities: Military & Family Life Counselors (MFLCs) are experienced behavioral health professionals assigned to installations, embedded in units, schools, and Child Development and Youth Centers, MFLCs augment and work in collaboration with other Marine Corps Behavioral Health programs. MFLCs act as touchpoints for Marines and families who may need assistance.
Capabilities: Military OneSource from the Department of Defense is your 24/7 gateway to trusted information, resources, and confidential help. When military life happens, it’s your “first line of support: - giving service members and military families tools to stay well and thrive.
Website: Support for Military Personnel & Families • Military OneSource
MCCS San Diego New Parent Support Program:
POC: (619) 524-8033 or (619) 524-0805
Capabilities: The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of social workers, counselors, and registered nurses who provide education and support to Marine families who are expecting or raising children aged 0 -5 years old. The NPSP also hosts baby boot camp and group parenting classes, playgroups, and home visits for Marines and their families.
Website: New Parent Support (usmc-mccs.org)
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society:
POC: Jeff Nash, Director. (619) 524-5734 office. (619) 524-0724 direct line (619) 381-3743 cell. email@example.com
Capabilities: Emergency Travel, grants, Budget for Baby, quick assist loans, and more.
Website: Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) - Financial Assistance, Interest-Free Loans & Scholarships
Support The Enlisted Project (STEP):
POC: Tracy Owens, Programs Manager. Tracy.Owens@teamstepusa.org
Capabilities: STEP builds financial self-sufficiency among junior active duty enlisted service members and recently discharged enlisted veterans and their families in southern California facing financial crisis through counseling, education, and grants.
Website: Support the Enlisted Project (STEP) - SDMFC (sdmilitaryfamily.org)
The National Resource Directory:
Capabilities: The NRD is a database of validated resources that support recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration for service members, veterans, family members, and caregivers.
Website: National Resource Directory | Connecting our Service Members & Veterans (nrd.gov)
MCCS San Diego Personal & Professional Development, Information & Resource Referral - PCS Smooth Move Workshops:
POC: Perlita Rodriguez. (619) 524-5732. Perlita.Rodriguez@usmc.mil
Capabilities: This program provides information and referral functions designed for mobile military lifestyles. Individuals with unresolved needs are referred to the resource that can best address the needs. Specialists maintain a database of installation, DoD, community, and national resources. It oversees all relocation service functions to assist with a PCS or transitioning out of the military.
Website: Information & Referral (usmc-mccs.org)
MCRD San Diego Legal Assistance
POC: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at: 858-307-1656
Capabilities: To foster the operational readiness of the armed forces through the provision of legal assistance services to eligible clients and customers in the Western Region through private attorney consultations regarding personal civil legal affairs and presentation of preventative law, pre-deployment, and estate planning briefs to units aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. Eligibility: Services are provided to active duty military (all branches), military dependents, military retirees, DoD civilian employees (limited services). Scope of Services: Family Law (divorce, separation, child custody, etc.), Consumer, credit, and debt issues, Service Members’ Civil Relief Act, Estate Planning/Wills, and Limited Immigration Assistance.
Website: MCRDSD Legal Assistance Office (marines.mil)