Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

The Navy's Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) serves military families with special needs. The EFMP is a mandatory enrollment program for sponsors with qualifying family members. Enrollment in the EFMP ensures maximum provision of services to the family throughout the sponsor’s career. The EFMP includes identification of the family member's special needs and enrollment in the program, assignment coordination, and family support. The program assists Sailors during the assignment process by addressing the special needs of their Exceptional Family Members (EFM) and ensuring that they are assigned to areas where they can access necessary resources. Special needs include medical, dental, mental health, developmental or educational requirements, the requirement for adaptive equipment assistive technology devices and services, and/or wheelchair accessibility. The Navy Family Accountability and Assessment System (NFAAS) application provides electronic EFMP enrollment and enrollment update capability, allows the service member to track the status of enrollment, and provides a means to record and maintain EFM information, referrals, and individualized service plans.


EFMP Enrollment Process

EFMP enrollment is mandatory and required immediately upon identification of a special need. The Exceptional Family Member Medical and Education Summary DD Form 2792 or Exceptional Family Member Special Education / Early Intervention DD Form 2792-1 should be filled out for enrollment.


Navy Region Mid-Atlantic EFMP Locations

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Fleet & Family Support Services Signal Newsletter

FFSC Signal Newsletter 
The Fleet & Family Support Services (FFSC) Signal is a quarterly publication that list support service program information, course descriptions, and calendar of classes.