First of all, your question includes a link to advertise a service. You may not have intended it in that way, but folks on this forum don't appreciate spam. Marking a question as spam automatically downvotes it.
But even without asking about a specific service, your question calls for opinions:
What are his best options considering he lives in a single household in California, rent, auto loan, and credits used up?
Who decides what's best? How do you measure what's best for you? We don't know. Is your "best" the same as my "best"? We don't know. Is debt consolidation even a good idea? We don't know.
You described a situation which has some unnecessary details (like a sob story about military service and something that wasn't clear to me about Afghanistan), but essentially your question boils down to:
I'm in a pile of debt, who can help me get out of it?
And this is either a product recommendation (that mhoran_psprep already explained we don't want to give), or a solicitation for opinions (which is a standard closing reason on Stack Exchange, on any forum).
Instead, you can frame your question differently.
For example, you can ask:
I'm in a pile of debt, what are the different options available?
Or you can ask:
How to evaluate a debt consolidation service?
How to decide whether bankruptcy is appropriate?
or... "What is a financial adviser?" and then go and find one.