Objective: The EFMP assesses documents and codes special medical and educational needs of eligible military family members in all locations and forwards these coded needs to the military personnel agencies for consideration during the assignment process.
Army EFMP Regulation: AR 608-75 can be found at the USAPA web site: http://www.usapa.army.mil/
Enrollment / Disenrollment:
The following soldiers with EFMs (children and adults) will enroll in EFMP:
- Active Army
- U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) soldiers in the USAR-Active Guard Reserve
(AGR) program and other USAR soldiers on active duty exceeding 30 days
- Army National Guard AGR personnel serving under authority of Title 10,
United States Code and Title 32, United States Code
Medical Enrollment Criteria
(1) Potentially life-threatening conditions - including but not
limited to asthma, sickle cell disease and insulin dependent diabetes
(2) Past, present, and future mental health services
(3) Intensive follow-up support or specialty care
Educational Enrollment Criteria
(1) Family member on an Individualized Education Program (age 3-21 years) or
(2) Family member on an Individualized Family Services Plan (age birth to 3
EFMP Enrollment Forms - access the Medical and Educational Forms Web Site at http://www.dior.whs.mil/icdhome/forms.htm
How to Enroll: EFMP Medical Summary Form is completed by the sponsor/spouse and primary care provider. EFMP Educational Summary Form is completed by the sponsor/spouse and school. Both of these forms are sent to the EFMP Office for processing. Enrollment should be updated every 3 years.
How to Disenroll: Contact EFMP Office for the proper paperwork to disenroll the family member. The medical care provider must address why all previous annotated diagnoses are resolved.
Family Travel Overseas: In MAMC, only the EFMP Office can process the forms for family members to travel with their sponsor OCONUS. These forms are DA Form 5888 (authenticated by the service member’s Reassignment Branch) and DA Form 7246-R.
Access these forms at http://www.dior.whs.mil/icdhome/forms.htm
Priority Housing and Modification for Quarters on Ft Lewis: See DCCS Policy Memorandum # 4. The criteria for priority housing on Ft. Lewis is architectural barriers (wheelchair accessibility); home nursing care (minimum of 8 hours per day); and diagnosis of a terminal illness with a short life expectancy.
EFMP Questions and Phone Numbers: Call the following points of contact at
Madigan AMC EFMP office located in Developmental Pediatric Clinic: (DSN 782) - 253-968-1370