Coast Guard Mutual Assistance is a non-profit organization providing financial assistance to the Coast Guard community.
Coast Guard Mutual Assistance is administered by:
|The Board of Control located at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, DC|
|The staff of CGMA-HQ, and|
|Representatives at selected duty stations|
Contact CGMA-HQ with any questions you may.
MISSION STATEMENT - CGMA strives to promote financial stability and general well-being of the people it serves.
VISION STATEMENT - As a recognized leader in promoting financial stability for its clients, Coast Guard Mutual Assistance will seek to empower the Coast Guard family in meeting future financial challenges. Through partnerships with other assistance providers, we will deliver innovative financial assistance in response to emerging Coast Guard family needs. We will ensure that we are always ready, and always there as a critical safety net in times of financial need. We will truly look after our own.
GUIDING PRINCIPLES - CGMA seeks to help members of the Coast Guard Family achieve autonomous financial well-being.
|CGMA fosters self-respect and self-worth|
|We assure applications for financial assistance are treated confidentially|
|We treat all members of the Coast Guard community seeking information about or application to CGMA in an honorable and respectful manner|
|We provide assistance in a timely manner|
|We consistently apply our guidelines and principles fairly and equitably to all members|
|We make decisions based on the merits of the individual cases|
GOALS - Providing maximum assistance to the largest number of individuals, expanding and improving current programs, removing or easing restrictions, and increasing limits.
Review our General Information Brochure
Contact your local Coast Guard Mutual Assistance Representative
Call CGMA-HQ (800) 881-2462 or (703) 875-0404
Send us an email: ARL-DG-CGMA@uscg.mil