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Returning to full-time civilian life can be a big change, but a little planning can go a long way. The National Guard Transition Assistance Program connects you and your family to the benefits and services available to you after you leave the military.
Let a Reserve Component Transition Assistance Advisor Help
Reserve Component Transition Assistance Advisors serve as points of contact to assist eligible members of the Reserve Components in accessing benefits and health care furnished under laws administered by the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Learn more about how a Reserve Component Transition Assistance Advisor can help you and your family.
Find your nearest DOD National Guard Transition Assistance Program advisor to get connected to benefits and services available to you after transition.
Learn about the Transition Assistance Program’s vision and mission, plus transition support and more.
The Department of Veterans Affairs provides a variety of benefits for veterans, dependents and survivors based on active military service. For National Guard members, that means being federally activated to serve, and being discharged under conditions other than dishonorable.
Veterans Affairs operates the nation’s largest integrated health care system with more than 1,400 care sites, including hospitals, community clinics, community living centers, domiciliary, readjustment counseling centers and various other facilities.