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Military Families


We love our military families at Point Fermin Marine Science Magnet. We thank you for your service and want to partner with you to support your child.  Here are some resources to support you. 


Resource for Military-Connected Families in L.A. Area:


  1. Military OneSource is a central location for service members and families to access variety of supportive services – or 800-342-9647.


  1. Operation Purple Camp – summer camp programs that bring together children from military-connected families; contact Johnny McLaughlin @ 909-549-0164 for more information; website is


  1. National Military Family Association is a great organization that offers a lot of useful information on their website (, and runs Operation Purple Camps.


  1. Airmen and Family Readiness Center at L.A. Air Force Base in El Segundo is an awesome resource for military-connected families in the Los Angeles area.  Although it is an Air Force center, ALL service members and families from ALL military branches can receive services there – especially since L.A. does not have any large military installations to support specific branches.


             483 N. Aviation Blvd., El Segundo, CA (310-653-5428)

  1. Zero to Three – National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families has a military project that offers lots of information and resources on how to support young military-connected children (


  1. Sesame Street Workshop – the public television series created DVDs focused on helping military families manage deployments and other military-related stressors.  Families can get a free copy of this great resource at the Military OneSource website (


  1. F.O.C.U.S. – Familes OverComing Under Stress is a family resilience training program that helps military-connected families better understand each other learn effective strategies for communication and managing stressors related to military-connected life.This program is offered through various LA DMH-connected community mental health agencies, and through the Nathanson Family Resilience Center at UCLA ( .