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Assistance when an emergency condition arises suddenly, is unforeseen and urgent. One that requires immediate attention to prevent a serious financial or personal hardship on the client.
Coast Guard Mutual Assistance Education grants and loans foster long-term financial well-being by helping Coast Guard families pursue their academic goals through post-secondary education.
General Assistance provided when unexpected events or expenses, not immediately endangering personal or requiring urgent help, cause a serious financial burden and financial need is demonstrated.
CGMA helps families who are adopting a child. Grants to assist with the cost of the home study and loans when the client does not have all the funds necessary to proceed with the adoption process.
Assistance is available for clients wishing to engage in a recognized fertility treatment program or associated costs not covered by TRICARE for themselves or their spouse, including intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilization (IVF), donor egg/sperm, cryopreservation, surrogacy or other forms of assisted reproductive technology.
Financial assistance to eligible families with out-of-pocket costs associated with shipping breast milk while the mother is away from home for more than 72 hours due to deployment, underway period, temporary duty (TDY), excused absences, or business trip.
Assistance to help our clients become good financial managers of their income by creating a financial condition to allow the client to live frugally while paying off obligations in a responsible manner.
In the time of a major disaster, CGMA's initial objective is to rapidly provide emergency assistance for evacuation and cash needed to meet basic living expenses such as food, shelter and clothing.
Assistance for clients with a demonstrated financial need, to purchase, sell, or refinance a current or former primary residence, or to establish a household or obtain housing when moving to a new area.
The Layette Program provides a layette package (containing a receiving blanket, outfits and other items for a newborn child) to families of the Coast Guard community following the birth or adoption a child.
Assistance for extraordinary, unexpected, medically required; medical, dental or hospital expenses where a demonstrated financial need remains, after having utilized all available resources.
A loan of up to $1000 may be issued to members who have reported to a new PDS OCONUS to assist with renting a car while waiting for their POV to arrive.
Assistance for Active Duty and ADOS Reserve members faced with increased child care needs while relocating as a direct result of PCS orders with a Government authorized and funded shipment of HHG.
Coast Guard Mutual Assistance PCS programs are here to help Coast Guard families with an easier and smoother transition during PCS season.
Loans of $1,500 or less, designed to address immediate, essential financial need while requiring fewer steps and potentially less detailed documentation than the standard assistance request process.
This program is intended to focus on introducing youth to a broad array of aviation opportunities through financial support for age-appropriate, aviation-focused educational and experiential activities.
Special Needs Support provides financial assistance to certain clients with dependents registered in the Coast Guard Special Needs Program who have special needs and those with the need for Respite Care.