The objective of Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is to assess, document and code the special education and medical needs of family members. Some bases may refer to this process as medical and educational screening.
Contact your local military health clinic’s EFMP-Medical office to help you with enrollment, disenrollment, updates and overseas EFMP screenings. Your local EFMP-Medical office is the POC for all of your EFMP out-processing needs. The DoD member will not need to contact the gaining EFMP-Medical office as all communications with the gaining office will be handled by the local EFMP-Medical office, not the DoD member.
Also stay in touch with your local and gaining EFMP-Family Support Coordinator in Airman & Family Readiness. They can provide non-clinical case management and support throughout your PCS process. EFMP-Family Support regularly organizes events, trips, and educational opportunities open to EFMP families. Contact your local A&FRC to speak with the EFMP-Family Support Coordinator DSN 632-5407 or commercial at +39 043 430 5407.
Once all of these have been gathered, EFMP-Medical FMRCC will then schedule an overseas interview with the member and thier dependents. Note: If a family member meets enrollment criteria, EFMP enrollment will begin. This process could take up to 6 weeks.
The EFMP-Medical office will be happy to assist at any time to pre-screen dependents for EFMP enrollment. If you suspect that your dependents meet the criteria, please schedule an appointment. Enrollment is mandatory and your PCS will be quicker and smoother if your EFMP status has been determined.
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