Ok, first thing to address is your lack of interest in anything. You really need to get to the VA (in spite of their reputation) and get with the mental health professionals. Don't worry about your commands involvement. No matter what anyone else tells you, their involvement is limited, or non-existent in most cases.
As far as trying to switch to the Guard, yeah, you will have opportunities at combat arms MOS's. But trying to go anywhere near Recruiting Command is a kiss of death. AGR slots in RC are difficult to get, saved for those who are lucky enough or unethical enough to meet mission. Drill Sergeants fall under RC, and last I knew, there was only 1 AGR/E7 DS slot in the state. And its filled.
There are a lot of people who think moving to RC is an immediate AGR slot and promotion to E6 or E7. It's not. My quick story: I joined RC after my last deployment, and it was a disaster. I was a bad recruiter (you will be surprised at the things they want you to do to be "successful"), switched over to the DS side, and found out I would be E6 for a long, long time. No thank you. Left RC, got a civilian job, and got promoted through normal channels.
My advice: go to the VA, stay away from RC (they don't care about your deployment experience, they think their recruiter badges are their combat patches), transfer to a combat MOS within the Gaurd, get MOS-Q'd, and then transfer to AD if you still want. Till then, just get a regular job and understand that your perspectives are vastly different than your co-workers, and in their world, they are right. They won't understand. Ever. Just gotta accept that.
Hope this helps.
FM 7-22.7. Just go ahead and reference this for any questions about NCO duties, responsibilities, or authority.