National Guard Family Program

National Guard Family Program To enhance quality of life for National Guard members, their families, and the communities in which they live.

We support you, the Guard Family, and your Guard Member. We are here to support you 24/7 through our website or your Family Program Office. With the ever changing face and duties of the National Guard, it is imperative to look to the future of Family Programs while remaining flexible in the present. Our goal is to support you along your journey, as a family member of the national Guard in any and

every way. Without you, the family member, standing by your National Guard member, a successful National Guard does not exist. Your success and self-reliance are our motivators; we strive to support and educate in every way possible.


The Military Child Education Coalition Survey is YOUR opportunity to share your story as a military kid (age 13 and up), parent or educator. Take the survey today!


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Being in the National Guard takes heart, and our Soldiers have a lot of it. Who Guard's your heart?


Do you wonder who you should contact for specific questions when you contact your state office or your local family readiness? This webinar will help you sort out the roles of the fulltime staff of the Family Program and roles on the local levels and what is expected.


Oof! Now is about the time of year the credit card bills from holiday spending start pouring in. If you were a little too jolly in your spending, make a plan to pay off those purchases or schedule a visit with a personal financial manager or counselor to get that debt under control.


Calling all college students and graduating seniors. . . Fisher House Foundation Scholarships for Military Children is open for the 2020 scholarship program.

Applications must be submitted online at

Just as we will all likely write the wrong date on papers until we’re adjusted to the near year, we too make mistakes! 😂...

Just as we will all likely write the wrong date on papers until we’re adjusted to the near year, we too make mistakes! 😂 Happy New Year - 2020! NOT 2019 all over again.


If you have certain federal student loans and served in a designated hostile or imminent danger pay location since October 1, 2008, you may qualify for Zero Percent Student Loan Interest-Relief. Learn the details of this important, retroactive benefit.


Law will double the reimbursement, help military spouses with businesses when they PCS, and address the core licensing issue.


“Here, First Sergeant!” Read about the moving experience of attending a deployment Activation Ceremony, in a recent blog post by Sara Croymans, MEd, AFC. First Sergeant Breen read off the names of each deploying Service member, who in turn stood up from where they were sitting with family member...


Your Leave and Earnings Statement, or LES, is a treasure trove of information. Aside from the boxes you are probably familiar with, like your paycheck and le...


Are you a or Service member or in Connecticut looking for your next career move? Sign up for the Hiring Our Heroes Vets Rock Hiring Expo at Mohegan Sun this Friday, November 1. Our Connecticut Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve team will be there to answer and Service member questions.


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ARLINGTON, Va. – The Department of Defense’s 2018 Annual Su***de Report released today indicates the National Guard has the highest su***de rate of all military components


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A pilot reflects on one of the lesser-told tales of Sept. 11: how the first counterpunch the U.S. military prepared to throw at the attackers was effectively a su***de mission.


Nearly 8,000 troops across four states are preparing for relief efforts as Hurricane Dorian ominously makes its way toward the Southeast coast, U.S. National Guard officials said Wednesday.


The Army is changing the name of its Family Readiness Groups in an effort to better connect soldier readiness to the military family, according to a recently published Army directive.


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