USAHC SHAPE BRUSSELS - EFMP Enrollment
Unit 8100 Box 12
APO, AE 09714-9998
Phone (DSN) 314-566-1515
Fax (DSN) 314-368-9508
What is the EFMP?
The EFMP supports military families with special medical and educational considerations. The program has three components:
Identification and Enrollment Who should enroll?
Family members with special medical or educational considerations, including a spouse, child, or a dependent adult, should enroll in the program. This includes family members who:
Why enroll in the EFMP?
EFMP enrollment ensures a family member's diagnosed medical and educational needs are considered during the assignment process. It also allows families to receive the support and assistance they need to navigate medical and educational systems.
How to enroll in the EFMP?
Enrollment in the EFMP is mandatory for active duty military members; members of the Guard or Reserves may enroll according to Service-specific guidance. Paperwork required for enrollment in the EFMP is available from the EFMP medical point of contact at the installation military treatment facility (MTF) or, in the Marine Corps, from local installation's EFMP offices, Marine and Family Services. The forms are also available through the EFMP MCCS website. The forms for enrollment are:
After the appropriate medical and/or educational provider completes the form, they must be returned to the EFMP medical point of contact.
What is assignment coordination?
The military mission is the driving force behind the assignment process, but the EFMP enrollment ensures that a family member's special needs are considered in the process. Assignment coordination occurs when the personnel command requests medical and/or educational professionals to review a family member's documented needs to determine the availability of services at a projected location.
Why is assignment coordination important?
Assignment coordination is important because access to appropriate medical and educational services may be limited in some locations, especially in overseas and remote locations. When assignment coordination occurs, family members receive the care and support they require and the service member can focus more clearly on mission-related responsibilities.
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