Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

 
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The Navy’s Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) assists Navy families with  special needs to include:

●      Specialized Medical and Dental care

●      Developmental requirements

●      Special Education requirements

●      Accessibility/Adaptive equipment

●      Assistive Technology devices and services

●      Specific mental health conditions

If you have an exceptional family member, EFMP enrollment is mandatory so that the US Navy can provide you and your family support, to include duty station recommendations that have adequate medical and educational facilities for your family. 


Navy EFMP Coordinators, located in military hospitals and clinics throughout the fleet (also called Military/Medical Treatment Facilities or MTFs), are available to help with enrollment, status updates, and disenrollments. 

Navy EFMP Case Liaisons, located in Fleet Family Support Centers (FFSCs), provide non-medical case management and access to resources both on base and in the local community. 

The EFMP module is available online at the NFAAS website at https://navyfamily.navy.milThe NFAAS Navy Family Member’s User Guide is available after login under the help tab.

Sailors with additional questions can contact MyNavy Career Center: 833-330-MNCC, or 901-874-MNCC (DSN 882-6622), Email MNCCMNCC Chat

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