The purpose of this study is to clarify the property of regional commitment of the Community-Reactivating Cooperator Squad (CRCS), focusing on the difference with the intention to live permanently in rural areas. Regional commitment can be divided into affective commitment and utilitarian commitment. This study is based on a questionnaire survey of 152 CRCS. The result shows that regional commitment and the intention to live permanently are positively correlated. Nonetheless, there are differences between them. Regional commitment is comparatively strong among people in the age group of 30 s, and the intention to live permanently has a positive correlation with the generation. Furthermore, regional commitment tends to be strong in the early stage, and the intention to live permanently tends to be steady. A worthwhile work, mental and technical support may have contributed to promote regional commitment. Hence, these differences should be taken into consideration while conducting CRCS support.