WHAT WE DO

Fisher Houses provide military families housing closed to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury. With your help, Fisher House Southern California, Inc. helped raise over $3.0 million to build a new Fisher House on the VA Long Beach Medical center campus (opened in October 2016), and we also support three other Fisher Houses at the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton and Naval Medical Center San Diego.

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FREE NIGHTS OF TEMPORARY
HOUSING PROVIDED PER YEAR

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VA Long Beach Medical Center

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Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton

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Naval Medical Center San Diego

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WHO WE ARE

Incorporated in 2013, Fisher House Southern California, Inc. is a nonprofit all volunteer collaborative effort of American Gold Star Mothers, the American Legion, Long Beach Rotary members, the Fisher House Foundation and other groups, organizations and individuals anxious to support our Nation’s promise and obligation to support those who have sacrificed for our Country’s freedom and security.

NEWS

July 14, 2017
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We are pleased to present our brand-new Fisher House Southern California website, which will allow for better communication with the communities we serve…

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Fisher House PSA
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This video details the impact provided to military families by your continued support.

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VA Long Beach Fisher House Update
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Since the opening of the brand-new VA Long Beach Fisher House in November 2016, the monthly occupancy rate has averaged over 90%; in…

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Veteran’s Day Message
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Fisher House is a home away from home to thousands of military and veteran families every year so they can be close to…

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Foundation History

The Fisher House program is a 25-year-old unique private-public partnership that supports America’s military in a time of need. This program recognizes the special sacrifices of our men and women in uniform and the hardships military service imposes on families and, as well, meets a humanitarian need beyond that provided by the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs.