Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

Hours of Operation

Monday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Federal Holidays Closed

Contact

Waller Hall
2140 Liggett Ave.
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WiFi Available

Handicap Accessible

Tel:
+1(253)967-7166

Military DSN Tel:
(312)357-7166

The Department of Defense offers EFMP Resources, Options, and Consultations through Military One Source 24/7.

About EFMP

Why does EFMP exist?

To support an all-volunteer force and their families by ensuring Family members’ medical and educational needs are considered each time they process for an assignment where Family member travel is authorized at Government expense and related services are available within the local commuting area.

Who is eligible?

Spouses and children of Service Members (Active Duty, USAR, AGR, Title 10, Title 32) from all branches of services, who have medical conditions (physical, emotional, developmental, or intellectual) which require specialty care and also those who have special education needs.

What does EFMP do?

DoD EFMP Required Actions: Medical enrollment (DD Form 2792) signed by physician.  Medical and Educational Enrollment (DD Form 2792-1) signed by a school for those who have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Educational Enrollments are always and only considered for OCONUS.

EFMP Family Support Services: Offers specialized support to EFMP families on and off base with access to care, school support with special education and accommodations, federal and state benefits i.e. Social Security and Medicaid waivers for respite, inclusive and specialized recreation opportunities. 

When is EFMP Required?

DoD EFMP Required Actions: Renew Enrollment every 3 years, for new diagnosis, if a change is needed to housing accommodations, specialists, and/or how often. Disenrollment may occur for divorce (court order provided), a child is no longer DEERS recipient or in the home, or when ongoing healthcare and/or school special education services are no longer required. 

EFMP Family Support Services:  Services are elective and may be accessed at any time.  Service members are invited during in/out processing to provide their Family POC contact information to offer specialized support.  

Where can I find EFMP Services?

DoD EFMP Required Actions: Military Treatment Facility, Madigan Army Medical Center Tower for Army and McChord Clinic for Air Force. 

EFMP Family Support Services: Directorate of Personnel and Family Readiness for all branches (formerly known as Army Community Service and Armed Forces Community Service).

Child Care & Respite Care

Child Care On Base

Child Care Off Base

Respite Care Military Programs

Respite Care Civilian Programs

Education (IFSP, IEP, 504, IPE)

Education

Assistance

WA Parent Training Information Center:

Complaints/Grievances

Federal & State Benefits

State

Medical

Recommended sites from Seattle Childrens

Madigan

Coverage

Recreation (inclusive/specialized)

Upcoming JBLM EFMP Events

Military-Connected Programs

Civilian-Connected Programs

Safety Planning
Support
Transportation
EFMP Required Actions & Contact

Assignment Coordination, Enrollment & Disenrollment 

PCS Checklist & Overseas Screening

EFMP Reports for Units (per ALARACT 35-2011)

EFMP Support Services & Contact

Contact Us

Schedule an Appointment 

Locations

  • EFMP in Waller Hall (Bldg. 2140, 2140 Liggett Ave.) on JBLM Main
  • EFMP at McChord Field (Bldg. 100, 100 Col. Joe Jackson Blvd.) on McChord Field
  • CARES (Bldg. 6993) by appointment only