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Exceptional Family Member Program


EFMP Manager
Comm: (907) 384-0225
DSN 317-384-6716

Building 600, Room A130

EFMP Systems Navigator
Comm: (907) 384-6736
DSN 317-384-6736

Building 600, Room A135


The Army Community Service Exceptional Family Member Program(EFMP) provides advocacy and assistance to service members who have a family member with special needs. Any family member who requires special medical or educational services must be enrolled. Medical or educational needs that qualify for enrollment include (but are not limited to) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Asthma, Diabetes, Learning Disorders, Down Syndrome, and Mental Illness, including treatment for anxiety or depression.

EFMP provides resources and referral to available community services, support groups, education workshops, and recreational activities. EFMP advocates on behalf of soldiers and families who may be experiencing difficulty in obtaining the services they feel they need. We also have a resource library with books and videos on a variety of topics that are available for checkout. It is a requirement that all family members obtain an re EFMP screening prior to soldiers approval for family travel to Alaska.

If you will be PCSing to Alaska, contact the EFMP manager at your installation to initiate the screening process. Early Intervention Services: Our community is fortunate to have an early intervention program to serve children ages birth to three years who are diagnosed with or at risk for developmental delays. The program provides, speech, occupational, physical therapy, and other services to eligible children. You do not need a referral form to access this program.

On Post - For persons residing on JBER-Richardson, we offer special educational classes and support groups available to meet your child's needs. ("TLC" - Together, Listening and Connecting)

Off Post - Special Educational classes and support groups are offered in the surrounding schools.

Overseas Family Travel Clearance JBER-Richardson, Military Personnel Div. Family Travel, 907 384-1024

US Army Medical Activity Alaska Alaska EFMP Chief/Special Needs Advisor 907 361-1269

US Army Medical Activity Alaska JBER-Richardson, MTF, 907 384-7514

673d Medical Group JBER, AK Main: 907 580-6400 Appt line: 907 580-2778(APPT)

Parent Community Resources:
Alaska Department of Education & Early Development
Anchorage School District (ASD) Calendars
DoD Special Needs Tool Kit

Community Resources:
JBER School Liaison Officer 907 240-3265
Anchorage School District Special Education 907 742-4236
Alaska Autism Resource Center Toll free: 866 301-7372, 907 334-1300
Asthma & Allergy Foundation of Alaska Toll free: 800 651-4914
Military Child Education Coalition 907-696-4810
Additional EFMP services available through: Troop Medical Clinic-EFMP (907) 384-7514 EFMP

Documents:
DD 2792 EFMP Medical Summary (To be completed by Sponsor/Patient/Guardian and the patient's Physician)
DA 5888 Overseas Family Screening (To be completed by Sponsor, Military Personnel, and Army EFMP Physician)
EFMP Screening Questionnaire (To be completed by Sponsor/Patient and Army EFMP Screening Coordinator)
EFMP Query Sheet (To be completed by Sponsor) Turn in all completed documents at your nearest Army Military Treatment Facility for processing the EFMP.


For more information, call the EFMP Manager, 384-0225 (907) 384-0225, or DSN 317-384-0225, fax (907) 384-0282 or
 





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