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Warrior Resources

Warrior Resources are programs here to provide information and help guide our Tennessee National Guard men and women.

 

Here you can find answers to questions you may have regarding The Tennessee National Guard.

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Education & Incentives

 

There are several education benefits and financial incentives available through the Tennessee National Guard. Members of the Tennessee National Guard may qualify for additional education benefits and scholarships funded by the State of Tennessee, which would be in addition to other Federal benefits.  MORE...

Employment Assistance

 

Their are numerous organizations that can help you with employment if you are a servicemember or a veteran.  Click here to learn about all of the programs affiliated with hiring our brave men and women.   MORE...

Spiritual Resiliency

 

People with spiritual resiliency have a better chance of enduring the pitfalls throughout life and using those experiences to improve their lives.  MORE...

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Veterans

 

We help you navigate through the vast myriad of benefits and entitlements in the DoD and VA system. We will educate you so you can understand the benefits you have earned.   MORE...

 

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Retirement

 

After completing 20 years of part-time service in the Army National Guard, you will qualify for retired pay. This starts at age 60 and will continue each month after that for the rest of your life, and adds to any other government annuity or private retirement plan from which you are eligible. Click Here for more information.  MORE...

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Behavioral Health

 

Members’ behavioral health is an essential component of overall readiness, and the TNNG wants members to learn to recognize the signs of a problem or potential problem, understand the resources available, and seek help whenever necessary.  MORE...

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QUESTIONS?

Contact the Joint Public Affairs Office at:  615-313-0633

 

 

CRISIS INTERVENTION

In Tennessee, if you or another Servicemember you know is in crisis, call (855) 435-7492 for assistance 24 hours a day,  7 days a week.

 

If this is a sexual assault issue, contact:

JFHQ SARC

615-313-3121

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Safe Helpline

(877) 995-5247

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