Soldier Services

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response

The New Hampshire National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR) promotes military readiness by eliminating sexual assault and ensuring excellence in victim advocacy and prevention efforts through the execution of SAPR policy, planning, and oversight across the Community.

Michelle M. Warren
JFHQ Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)
Office: 603-227-1582
24/7 Hotline: 603-856-6700

Brian J. Conroy 
JFHQ Victim Advocate Coordinator (VAC)
Office: 603-225-1388
24/7 Hotline: 603-856-6700

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Team

Sexual Assault Response Report Flow Chart

Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program

The Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program works with Commanders to plan, coordinate, implement, execute, and manage the events associated with pre, during and post deployment for Service Members and their Families.  The events are designed to provide sufficient information on benefits, services, and referral programs available to Service Members and their Families through all phases of the deployment cycle.  Participation in Yellow Ribbon events is mandatory for Service Members in the deployment cycle and highly encouraged for Family Members.  Yellow Ribbon events offer Service Members (often whole units) and their Families a chance to get together with others who are in the same phase of the deployment cycle as well as gain information and access to benefits, services and programs that are available to them.  The information and training that is provided through Yellow Ribbon events is important throughout the deployment cycle as it helps Service Members and their Families prepare for deployment through the reintegration phase after deployment.
POC: SFC Dana Obsorne
Yellow Ribbon Program Coordinator

Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program

Substance Abuse Program

Mission: To strengthen the overall fitness and effectiveness of the New Hampshire Army National Guard’s (NHARNG) workforce, to conserve manpower, and to enhance the combat readiness of Soldiers.
Purpose: The purpose of the NHARNG’s Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) is to deter substance abuse by providing prevention education and referral sources to NHARNG Soldiers, randomly test soldiers for illicit drug use,  and present commanders with the tools to assess the readiness of their unit.

How We Can Help:

Being a member of the NHARNG is a demanding commitment and can be very stressful at times.  Because you chose to serve your country and took on those commitments, the NHARNG’s ASAP is committed to helping you with a variety of needs. 
We are here to assist with:
  • Substance Abuse Addictions
  • Self-Referrals (Limited Use Policy)
  • Alcohol Dependence
The ASAP is committed to providing Soldiers, and their chain of command with the knowledge needed to make healthy choices in life and their careers. The ASAP connects Soldiers experiencing substance use issues with licensed providers around the state. In addition, the ASAP team works with unit leadership to conduct Unit Risk Inventories/Reintegration Unit Risk Inventories, develop Risk Mitigation Plans, and conducts targeted prevention training for all units in the NHARNG.
If you just have a question or need help please call or email -we can help!


Alcohol and Drug Control Officer (ADCO)
Mr. Gary D’Amour

Prevention Coordinators (PC)
Mr. Michael Muldoon

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