Mutual Assistance (CGMA)


CGMA is the official relief society of the U.S. Coast Guard. While CGMA works closely with the Coast Guard, it is an independent, non-profit charitable organization. Established and operated by Coast Guard people for Coast Guard people, CGMA provides a way to extend compassion to one another in times of need. It serves as a vital financial safety net, promoting financial stability and general wellbeing, fostering high morale and encouraging a sense of loyalty to the Coast Guard. The CGMA mission is to promote the financial stability and general well-being of Coast Guard people through interest-free loans, grants, and financial counseling.


Eligible Clients

Not Eligible

Active Duty Military

Retired Military Personnel

Civilian Employees

Reserve Members

Auxiliary Members

PHS Officers and Chaplains

CGMA Employees

Immediate Family Members

Surviving Family Members

Members Separated Prior to Retirement

Retired Civilian Employees

Inactive Reserve Members

Former Spouses

Non-Family Members

Contractors and Sub-Contractors

Individuals on the CGMA Restricted List





To learn more about CGMA assistance, eligibility, or how to apply, please visit:

Base Kodiak CGMA Representatives:

YN1 Larry A. Moore (Admin)

YN1 Casey B. Lawrence (SPO)

SKC Kevin M. Burt

Ms. Velma C. Vining, ESO (Education Only)