Information and resources for
Arkansas National Guard Members
and their families
- Identification and CAC Cards
- Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting Office (DEERS)
- 501-212-5065 . 501-212-5037 . 501-212-4041
- Go through RMTC front gate, on 7th Street
- Go to crest of hill and at the stop sign turn left on 8th Street
- Continue on 8th Street past Arkansas Avenue
- At the next stop sign turn right on Kansas Avenue
- The DEERS office is the tan building on your left
- Building 7301
- Arkansas National Guard Emergency Relief Funds
- Arkansas Reserve Component Emergency Relief Fund
- Grants & loans for Reserve components/deployed or mobilized members or families. The
ARRC-ERF is not a state agency or federal entity and is administered by a board of directors.
- Arkansas Military Family Relief Trust Fund
- Grants provided to Arkansas National Guard members and /or families impacted by active
duty service. Funded through the Secretary of State’s office.
- Employer Assistance
- ESGR facilitates and promotes a cooperative culture of employer support
for National Guard and Reserve service by developing and advocating mutually
beneficial initiatives; recognizing outstanding employer support; increasing
awareness of applicable laws and policies; resolving potential conflicts between
employers and their service members; and acting as the employers’ principal
advocate within DoD.
- Family Assistance Coordinators
- The Arkansas National Guard Family Assistance Coordinators can help you with
many different issues and questions. For referrals, questions or concerns please
contact the Family Assistant Center (FAC) closest to your home. These centers
are here to act as a resource to family members. The centers are readily
available to family members, regardless of component. The FACs provide services
such as: help with Legal Matters, Financial Assistance, Information and
Referral, Local and National Emergencies, Coordination with rear detachments of
deployments, Problem Solving, Crisis Resolution and Rumor Control.
- Education & Training
- The Arkansas National Guard education benefits program and services can help you
pursue Associate, Bachelor, Master's, and Professional Degrees. It will also
help you receive vocational & technical certificates and licensures.
This site does not purport to constitute a
comprehensive list of all resources.