Transition Assistance

Transition Assistance Advisor
ATIN: NGMO-PER-B 2405 Logistics Rd.
Jefferson City, MO 65101-1203.

Phone: 573-638-9500 ext 39797
FAX: 573-638-9548

Who We Are

The purpose of the Transition Assistance Advisor (T AA) program is to provide a professional in each state/territory (some states have two TMs) to serve as the statewide point of contact to assist Service members In accessing Veterans Affairs’ health care services and benefits. Each TM also provides assistance in obtaining entitlements through the Military Health System and access to community resources. The TM initiative started in May 2005 when the National Guard Bureau (NGB) signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Veterans Affairs 0/A). The TM program is staffed by 60 contract positions and four federal technicians.

Why We Will Be Successful in Meeting Your Needs

  • We care about you and your family
  • Over 90{a0d14394e031bdacd9e14e882551187e782b7f132e783979318134c83b9a3b64} of us are Veterans or spouses of military members.
  • Many T Ms have worked through the disability process and receive disability compensation.
  • We have built strong partnerships and coalitions within the Department of Defense (TRICARE), Department of Veterans Affairs, State Directors of VA, Veterans Services Organizations, and State Headquarters groups, such as Family Support, Chaplains Offices, Department of Labor, and Employer Support for the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).

Who We Serve

The program is designed to serve National Guard members and their families. Additionally, we gladly provide services to members in all components.

What We Can Do For You As An Individual Service Member

We help you navigate through the numerous benefits and entitlements in the DoD and VA system. We take the time to assist you and not toss you Into the “800 number desertl” We will educate you so you will understand the benefits you have earned, such as:

  • Guard entitlements and access for health care in both the DoD and VA medical facilities.
  • TRI CARE benefits while you are.on active duty and when you return as an OIF/OEF Veteran.
  • Important deadlines that require your action while still on active duty and as a Veteran so you do not miss these time sensitive opportunities.
  • VA dental care programs (lime sensitive benefit).
  • Referral for counseling services for you and your family that will not affect your career.
  • Referral for possible compensation for injuries or illness sustained in OEF and OIF.
  • Insurance information such as SGLI, TSGLI, FSGLI.
  • Rehabilitative care management needed to help you return to a normal lifestyle.
  • Assistance with job search and connection with ESGR for rights of employment.
  • Assistance in connecting you to the Veterans Benefits Administration and Veterans Services Organizations to file disability/compensation claims.
  • Assistance In the event of financial hardship, health care issues, or unemployment needs.
  • Assistance with locating your medical records, DD 214s and other needed documents.

The Office of Warrior Support requests your participation in the TAA Awareness Survey 2015. The survey contains questions relating to your knowledge and understanding of the TAA’s role in assisting you through the Active to Guard/Guard to Active transition process. It also gauges your priorities regarding the benefits you earn as a Veteran.

The survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete and will provide the Office of Warrior Support with valuable information intended to improve the services provided by the TAA and target specific services needed.



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