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    The enlisted men, women and officers who are on active duty with the branch of the military that is primarily responsible for defending U.S. coastal waters and coastlines.

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    Coast Guard Mutual AssistanceCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) is a tax-exempt organization of Coast Guard people assisting the entire Coast Guard family, including active duty, retired military, Coast Guard civilian employees, Coast Guard Reserve, Coast Guard Auxiliary, Public Health Service officers serving with the Coast Guard, and surviving family members. Most assistance is provided through interest-free loans and personal grants. Education assistance programs support members and dependents in their pursuit of academic goals. Other types of assistance include emergency travel, temporary living expenses, funeral expenses, loss of funds or property, disaster relief, medical and dental expenses, home studies expenses for adoptions, and debt management. There is also a Layette Program to welcome infants. Coast Guard Mutual AssistanceCoast Guard Mutual Assistance
    United States Coast GuardThe United States Coast Guard is one of the five armed forces of the United States and the only military organization within the Department of Homeland Security. Since 1790 the Coast Guard has safeguarded our Nation's maritime interests and environment around the world. The Coast Guard is an adaptable, responsive military force of maritime professionals whose broad legal authorities, capable assets, geographic diversity and expansive partnerships provide a persistent presence along our rivers, in the ports, littoral regions and on the high seas. Coast Guard presence and impact is local, regional, national and international. These attributes make the Coast Guard a unique instrument of maritime safety, security and environmental stewardship. Pennsylvania falls with the Coast Guard’s 5th District. The Fifth Coast Guard District ensures the safety and security of the oceans, coastal areas, and marine transportation system within America’s Mid-Atlantic Region. We focus on risk reduction and prevention, but are prepared to respond with courage and speed to any maritime incident. D5’s 156,000 square miles of ocean, bays, rivers, wetlands and tidal marshes are unique and filled with historical significance, encompassing six states, vital geographic waterways, several major mid-Atlantic ports, the largest naval base in the world, and our Nation’s capitol. United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual AssistanceCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. As an independent non-profit organization, Coast Guard Mutual Assistance depends on the generosity of individual supporters to sustain its vital services to the men and women of the Coast Guard. Assistance is provided under a large variety of conditions and situations usually involving everyday essentials including emergency, housing, and medical needs that are beyond the individual’s ability to meet at the time assistance is requested. Coast Guard Mutual Assistance strives to meet the valid, verified, and genuine need of our clients and their immediate family. Assistance should be used to supplement, not replace other forms of available assistance. CGMA can help with such needs as:
    • Emergency travel
    • Temporary living expenses
    • Funeral expenses
    • Emergency home repair
    • Loss of funds or property
    • Disaster relief
    • Vehicle repair
    • Moving expenses
    • Housing rental/closing costs
    • Medical and dental expenses
    • Past due bills and expenses
    • Debt management
    United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: Adoption AssistanceCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) helps families who are adopting a child. CGMA offers both loans and grants for this purpose. A CGMA Adoption Loan may be provided to eligible CGMA clients who are incurring expenses related to the legal adoption of a child when they do not have all of the funds necessary to proceed with the adoption process. A CGMA Adoption Grant may be provided to eligible CGMA clients to assist with the cost of the home study directly related to the adoption. Clients may be eligible to receive both a grant and a loan. Adoption Loan: Qualified adoption expenses are those reasonable and necessary expenses directly related to, and for the principal purpose of, the legal adoption of an eligible child and may include:
    • Adoption fees,
    • Attorney fees,
    • Court costs,
    • Required home inspection cost,
    • Travel expenses (including meals and lodging) while away from home,
    • Re-adoption expenses relating to the adoption of a foreign child.
    Adoption Grant: For expenses incurred on or after January 1, 2012, the CGMA Adoption Grant program may provide a grant for the home study expense directly related to the legal adoption of a child.
    United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: Debt Management and Financial Counseling ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. Debt Management assistance is intended to help our clients become good financial managers of their income. To become good financial managers, they must first be able to meet their financial obligations. Sacrifice and austerity on the part of the client is essential. Debt Management assistance does not aim to return an insolvent person to an absolutely normal way of life. Debt Management does assist by helping to create the minimum essential financial condition to allow the person to live frugally while paying off obligations in a responsible manner. Debt Management assistance generates sufficient cash flow to permit a livable budget, repayment of debt, and the provision for modest savings to meet future needs. Total debt consolidation loans are not authorized. Examples of Authorized Debt Management and Financial Counseling Assistance:
    • Professional, confidential, financial planning and counseling. Available to all CGMA clients. Applying for a loan or grant from CGMA is not required to receive counseling,
    • Assistance when faced with exceptional financial circumstances and unable to receive financial assistance from commercial institutions.
    United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: Disaster ResponseCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. In the time of a major disaster, such as a hurricane, CGMA’s initial objective is to rapidly provide emergency assistance for evacuation and cash needed to meet basic living expenses such as food, shelter, clothing, etc. In these instances, CGMA uses appropriate modified procedures to provide rapid emergency assistance, including reducing normal paperwork and approval procedures to a minimum. It is CGMA’s policy during these extraordinary times to meet the client’s immediate financial needs with an interest-free loan and then at a later date, when more specific data and information are available, determine whether the financial assistance should be a grant, loan or a combination of grant and loan. Loan Repayment: In these situations, the start of any interest-free loan repayment is deferred until some point in the future. This provides time for the situation to stabilize and for reimbursement entitlements to be determined, allowing CGMA to objectively assess an individual’s true out-of-pocket losses and financial needs. Converting a Loan into a Grant: While CGMA would like to see those affected made whole, even agencies of the federal government and major charities do not have sufficient funds to cover every individual’s actual losses. CGMA’s disaster assistance priority for losses and expenses not reimbursed by other sources is: Priority 1 - Emergency disaster assistance for basic living expenses to prevent privation (lack of food, shelter or clothing) and temporary home repairs to prevent further damage. Priority 2 - Basic household setup/re-establishment, personal property items and other emergency needs. Disaster assistance will be provided in the order of priority indicated, subject to the availability of funds and financial need. CGMA does not provide assistance for major structural loss. It must be recognized that CGMA is not in a position to cover losses due to lack of adequate insurance coverage, the failure of an insurance company to settle claims, or to bridge the gap between pre-disaster property values and insurance recoupment. NOTE: Assistance will normally be limited to $3,000 per client/family. Where a need exists for greater amounts, approval must come from CGMA-HQ.United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: Education AssistanceCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. 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. Visit website for detailed information.United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: Emergency Assistance ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. One of the main purposes of Coast Guard Mutual Assistance is to provide financial assistance to clients caught in emergency, short-term, financial situations beyond their control that endanger personal well being. An emergency condition is one that arises suddenly, is unforeseen and urgent, and requires immediate attention. Emergency assistance is generally authorized in circumstances that impose a serious financial or personal hardship on the client requiring urgent help to relieve the situation. Certain eligibility and assistance restrictions apply, and are outlined in the CGMA Manual. Examples of Authorized Emergency Assistance:
    • Basic Living Expenses,
    • Emergency Home Repair,
    • Emergency Travel Expenses,
    • Fire and Other Disasters,
    • Funeral Expenses,
    • Loss of Funds,
    • Temporary Living Expenses.
    United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: General Assistance ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. General Assistance may be provided when unexpected events or expenses cause a serious financial burden and financial need is demonstrated. CGMA General Assistance differs from CGMA Emergency Assistance because the qualifying circumstance does not immediately endanger personal well being or require urgent help. Certain eligibility and assistance restrictions apply, and are outlined in the CGMA Manual. Examples of Authorized General Assistance:
    • Adoption,
    • Child Support,
    • Childcare,
    • Family In-Home Day-care Facility,
    • Financial Counseling,
    • Government Travel Cards,
    • Household Furnishings,
    • Immigration Fees,
    • Insurance,
    • Loss of Income,
    • Moving Expenses,
    • Non-Emergency Travel,
    • Non-Support/Inadequate Support,
    • Past Due Bills and Expenses,
    • Pay, Travel & Allotment Problems,
    • Vehicle Repair,
    • Vehicle Other Expenses.
    United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: Housing Assistance ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. Housing Assistance may be considered to assist clients who have demonstrated a financial need and wish to purchase, sell, or refinance a current or former primary residence, or establish a household obtain housing and establish a household when moving to a new area. Housing assistance may be provided to help with settlement charges when purchasing, selling, or refinancing a home, or for deposits when renting. Assistance may also be provided for the cost of establishing utilities. Closing Cost Assistance: Intended to help Coast Guard personnel, who would otherwise be unable to purchase a home, who wish to sell their house due to poor market conditions, or who wish to refinance a mortgage on their home to obtain lower interest rates or lower monthly payments, by providing a loan to help pay for settlement charges (not down payment) associated with purchasing or selling a primary residence, selling a former primary residence, or refinancing a residence which is either their current or former primary residence. Closing cost assistance can provide a loan to help pay for settlement charges (not down payment) associated with purchasing or selling a primary residence, selling a former primary residence, or refinancing a residence which is either their current or former primary residence. Rental Assistance: Intended to help clients obtain housing without undue financial hardship. Assistance may be provided when the client has a demonstrated financial need for assistance after all government entitlements have been utilized. Rental assistance will normally be in the form of a loan. Grants will not normally be considered. Utilities: When establishing a new residence, assistance may be provided for utility (electric, gas, water, sewer), telephone, TV and cable deposits and installation charges for clients who have a demonstrated need for assistance. United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: Layette ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. The Coast Guard Mutual Assistance 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. Arrangements have also been made for a layette package to be provided to Coast Guard Active duty personnel attending an Air Force Aide Society's (AFAS) "Bundles for Babies" class or a Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society's (NMCRS) "Budget for Babies" class. Note: A client may receive a layette from CGMA or AFAS or NMCRS but not from more than one source. United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: Medical and Dental ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. Medical and dental assistance from CGMA is limited to those extraordinary, unexpected, emergency situations where, after careful planning and budgeting, a demonstrated financial need remains, after having utilized all available resources. Medical, dental, or hospital expenses must be medically required, not elective. In all cases, the client must have a demonstrated financial need for assistance after utilizing all available resources. While CGMA cannot act as an insurance company, CGMA can provide assistance to help clients through the emergency and reestablish their normal lifestyle for expenses not covered for by TRICARE, the Coast Guard, other government agencies, private insurance coverage (including TRICARE supplements), or other organizations. Certain eligibility and assistance restrictions apply, and are outlined in the CGMA Manual. Examples of Authorized Medical and Dental Assistance:
    • Provider Won't Proceed Without Payment,
    • Mental Heath and Family Counseling,
    • Patient's Cost Share,
    • Durable Medical Equipment,
    • Prosthetic Devices,
    • Rehabilitation Care, Nursing Care, Home Care, or Respite Care,
    • Orthodontia,
    • Long Term Dental Care,
    • Travel, Transportation and Incidental Expenses,
    • Special Situations Requiring Board of Control Approval.
    United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: Quick Loan ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. Quick Loans are interest-free loans of $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. The Quick Loan Program gives commanding officers and officers-in-charge a way to quickly address temporary financial problems that may arise amongst their crew.United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    United States Department of Defense, Military OneSourceMilitary OneSource is a confidential Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, National Guard, and reserve members, and their families. Information includes, but is not limited to, deployment, reunion, relationships, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and childhood services. It is a virtual extension to installation services.United States Department of Defense, Military OneSourceUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, Military OneSource - CounselingOffers short-term, non-medical counseling services to active-duty, Guard, and Reserve members (regardless of activation status) and their families. Counseling services are available by phone, online, or face to face.United States Department of Defense, Military OneSourceUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, Military OneSource - Educational MaterialsFree educational materials on topics including parenting, deployment, service member education, spouse education and career opportunities, non-medical counseling, and many more.United States Department of Defense, Military OneSourceUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, Military OneSource - Specialized Information and ReferralMilitary OneSource offers call center and online support for consultations on any number of issues such as spouse education and career opportunities, issues specific to families with a member with special needs, and financial support and resources.United States Department of Defense, Military OneSourceUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Crisis LineConnects veterans, active duty/reserve and guard service members in crisis and their families and friends with Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Information and Referral HotlinesUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs
    US Coast Guard AuxiliaryThe United States Coast Guard (USCG) Auxiliary is the civilian volunteer component of the US Coast Guard. Our mission is the same as the Coast Guard's, to save lives. We teach boating safety classes. We perform boating safety checks. We visit marinas, marine stores, boat ramps, schools, offices, etc providing information regarding boating safety, and America's Waterway Watch. We patrol the waters and coastline on sea, in the air, and on land. Our classes meet the NJ Boating Safety Certificate requirements. Let us check your boat to ensure you carry the required current equipment. We are always looking for qualified applicants. When you become a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, you join a dedicated group of volunteers who love boating and who perform valuable services to the U.S. Coast Guard and Boating Public. Being an Auxiliarist will add a new dimension to your boating activities and will enable you to share in the worthwhile experience of assisting boaters and saving lives, as well as being an important part of Team Coast Guard. Why should you join? You'll be working side-by-side with the United States Coast Guard to save lives and property. Knowing that you are helping to save lives - either directly through Search and Rescue Operations or indirectly, through the Auxiliary's Public Education and Courtesy Examination Programs. Special Training - the Auxiliary and the Coast Guard provide training on all aspects of boating. Fellowship - the Auxiliary provides opportunities to meet and have fun with fellow boaters and others with like interests. Do you enjoy boating? Then, boat with the best - the Coast Guard Auxiliary Benefits As an Auxiliarist, you have the opportunity to increase your knowledge of boating safety and acquire special training through advanced classes or by taking correspondence courses from the Coast Guard Institute. Instruction in navigation, meteorology, communications, and search and rescue operations enhances the value of you to the Auxiliary while adding to your own boating pleasure. You will find great personal satisfaction in providing a valuable public service to the boaters. The possibility of saving lives - even one human life - is always in your path as an Auxiliarist.US Coast Guard Aux PR Center, 9449 Watson Ind Park, ST. Louis MO (US Coast Guard Auxiliary)US Coast Guard Auxiliary

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