Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program

Army National Guard: State Active Duty

Benefit Fact Sheet

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The mission of the Department of Defense Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program (YRRP) is to promote the well-being of National Guard and Reserve members and their families by connecting them with resources throughout and beyond the deployment cycle. Soldiers and their families have access to programs, services, resources, and referrals to minimize stress during all phases of deployment.


Soldier hugging his spouseArmy National Guard Soldiers on state active duty (Title 32, U.S.C.) and their families are eligible for the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program support and resources. The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program is designed to address the unique needs and challenges of National Guard and Reserve Soldiers and their families through all phases of deployment.

Benefit Highlights

Through YRRP events, soldiers and families connect with local resources before, during, and after deployments. Reintegration is a critical time for members of the Guard and Reserve, as they often live far from military installations and members of their units. Commanders and leaders play a critical role in assuring that reserve component soldiers and their Families attend YRRP events where they can access information on health care, education/training opportunities, financial and legal benefits.

Events are offered at three key phases in the deployment cycle:

YRRP works in conjunction with partners including: Military OneSource, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, Small Business Administration and the Departments of Labor and Veterans Affairs. This collaboration provides Young boy holding an american flaginformative and interactive seminars and resources that are relevant to members of the National Guard and Reserve community.

Additional Information

For more information, please visit the YRRP webpage maintained by the Department of Defense:

For additional information see Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program page on Facebook

Document Review Date: 28 May 2024