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The following programs are provided to assist Guard personnel and their families. The views and opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the Air National Guard.
tabEmployer Support of the Guard & Reserve 
Gain and maintain active support from all public and private employers for the men and women of the National Guard and Reserve as defined by demonstrated employer commitment to employee military service.
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tabNational Guard Family Programs 
National Guard Family Program Online Community
This is a National Guard sponsored on-line community that shares information and provide links to resources that addresses the financial and emotional needs and resources to improve the well-being of the men and women of the National Guard and their families.

National Guard Youth Online Community
A National Guard sponsored on-line community providing information, helpful information, tools, resources, and fun to the children and youth of the men and women servicing in the National Guard.
tabAir Force Crossroads 
The official community web site of the Air Force. This site includes a wealth of information that is well worth the time to check it out. It includes informatin on Casualty and Loss, Education, Eldercare, Employment and Volunteer, Family Separations, Financial, Leasure Activity (such as a listing of Military Lodging Facilities), Medical and Dental, Relocation, and much, much more.
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tabJoint Services Support 
The JSS portal is the National Guard's official one-stop shop for guard members, families, and support staff to access information for NGB Employer Support (ESGR), Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program, Family Programs, Warrior Support, Psychological Health Services, Sexual Assault Prevention & Response, and more. Log on to find your local contacts and events.
tabUSAF Combat Support & Community Services 
USAF Combat Support & Community Services

Military On The Move (MOTM)
You just found out. . . you're moving to a new place, a new home. So now what are you supposed to do? How are you supposed to feel? What is it like there? What about your friends? The Department of Defense has designed two new websites for military kids and teens to assist them in the process of moving.
- MOTM for Teens
- MOTM for Kids

Operation Child Care
National Guard and Reserve Members: The child care community is ready and eager to support you and your family by providing volunteer child care services. If you've returned home (or if your spouse will be returning home) from Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom for two weeks of R&R leave, you are eligible to receive a minimum of four hours of free child care.
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Air Force Community Programs
Find out the latest award opportunities, activities, contests, tournaments, and just fun things to do.
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