Exceptional Family Member Program

The EFMP Overview is a short online presentation which provides an overview of the Exceptional Family Member Program including: enrollment, assignment coordination, and family support. 

The Exceptional Family Member Brochure gives explanations for the program, resources, trainings and other services provided to families.

Monthly Newsletter

EFMP Workshops & Events

The following training schedule is posted for your convenience. We intend to make every effort to maintain the schedule as presented. Please contact us if you have questions or concerns.

EFMP Support Club meets at various times and places throughout the year. Please contact our FCW at (928) 269-5233 for more information.

To register for any these of these events or for more information, please call (928) 269-2949. 

Program Benefits

  • Family support through an assigned case worker
  • Support at IEP meetings and other agency meetings
  • Family Events
  • Workshops and trainings
  • Support groups
  • Eligibility for TriCare Extended Care Health Option (ECHO) program with qualifying conditions
  • Relocation assistance
  • EFMP attorney assistance
  • Possible eligibility for respite care

Our local EFMP office services:

  • Enrollment process
  • Links to local resources
  • Family support  
  • On-going training
  • Research & Referral services

Resident Energy Conservation

Families meeting criteria for eligibly for a waiver of the Resident Energy Conservation Program (RECP) can contact the EFMP office for information regarding the waiver.   


The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program (MCO P1754.4B) for all Active Duty personnel who have a family member with a qualifying condition. An exceptional family member is defined as an authorized family member (spouse, child, step-child, adopted child, foster child, or dependent parent) residing with the sponsor who may require special medical or education services based upon a diagnosed physical, intellectual, or emotional handicap such as Asthma, Cerebral Palsy, Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, or Depression. Disability may range from mild to severe. For questions or assistance with enrollment contact the EFMP office.
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