Need Assistance?

Help from CGMA is within reach:
Contact your local CGMA Representative to apply for assistance.
Most people associated with the U.S. Coast Guard are eligible for assistance for themselves and their immediate family members

  • Active Duty
  • Auxiliary
  • Reserve
  • Retirees
  • Civilian Employees
CGMA provides a variety of zero-interest loans and grants.

  • Education
  • Hurricanes and other disasters
  • Unexpected financial needs
  • PCS and other moving support
  • Caring for your family
- Contact the CGMA Representative at your unit or at another unit if you are travelling. For emergencies when you are not near a Coast Guard location, contact one of the other Military Aid Societies or the American Red Cross.
- You will need your ID and an application. A budget worksheet is required for many programs.
- Click for application forms

Who We Help

Baby Nathan and Family
From an adoption grant for the twins and layette package to welcome the new baby to education support, Mutual Assistance is a ready source of support.CGMA is honored to stand with families at these distinctive milestones. Chelsae reflects on her family’s experience,“It is beyond a blessing to get some help from you guys.”
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Helping Our Own
In the last 3 yrs, CGMA provided essential financial aid to
  • 1 in 3 Active Duty Members
  • 1 in 6 Civilian Employees
  • 1 in 8 Reserve Members
67% of all assistance went to individuals in pay grades E-6/GS-7 and below
Coast Guard Mutual Assistance serves the entire Coast Guard community:
  • Active Duty Members
  • Auxiliary Members
  • Civilian Employees
  • Immediate Family Members
  • PHS Officers and Chaplains
  • Reserve Members
  • Retired Military Personnel
  • Surviving Family Members