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The Exceptional Family Member Program has more than one connection point for families.  The program has three separate components: Identification & Enrollment, Assignment Coordination and Family Support.

 

EFMP Support Services Available

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP):

The Exceptional Family Member Program has more than one connection point for families.  The program has three separate components: Identification & Enrollment, Assignment Coordination and Family Support.

EFMP-Medical (EFMP-M):

EFMP-Medical provides screening, enrollment and assignment coordination through the Family Member Travel Screening process.  Enrollment in the EFMP is mandatory for Active Duty Service members. An EFMP family member can be an adult or child with physical, emotional, developmental, or intellectual disorder that requires specialized treatment, therapy, education, training, or counseling.

AFPC-Assignments (EFMP-A):

AFPC EFMP-A considers the medical and educational needs of the family when the required services are not available at the service member’s current or projected assignment location.  While the military mission is the driving force behind the assignment process, EFMP enrollment ensures that family members’ documented needs receive consideration in the process.

JBER Military Personnel Sections:

The JBER MPF Outbound Assignments (USAF/USSF) and Reassignments (USA) teams coordinate with unit CSS/S1 personnel to ensure outbound service members accomplish required actions prior to PCS departure. They also conduct Initial Assignment and Levy briefings. After dependent medical clearance requirements have been met, MPF will process PCS Authorizations for Soldiers and Amendments for Airmen/Guardians under the accelerated orders initiative.

EFMP-Family Support (EFMP-FS):

EFMP-FS helps families on the path to empowerment by providing information and referral services, non-medical case management, training and other forms of support, such as providing opportunities for families to connect with each other around a common need or concern. 

If you are an EFMP family and would like your personal email added to the EFMP-FS email list to get program information at home, please email your name and branch of service to the following org box: 673FSS.FSG.JBER_EFMP_FS@us.af.mil.

 

Resources and Links

Our Locations

JBER EFMP-Medical

5955 Zeamer Avenue (Next to the AAFES Express in the Hospital- Room 1G-107)
usaf.jber.673-mdg.mbx.efmp@mail.mil
Comm: 907-580-4609 DSN: 317-580-4609

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to noon; 1 to 3 p.m.
Closed on weekends/Federal holidays 


JBER Air Force Outbound Assignments

Elmendorf People Center
8517 20th Street, Suite 111
673FSS.FSPD.OutboundAssignments@us.af.mil
Comm: 907-552-6964 DSN: 317-552-6964

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Closed on weekends, Federal holidays, family days, 1st Friday and 3rd Thursday of month for training


 JBER Army Reassignments

Officer: Bldg 600, Room A214
Comm:  907-384-0316/0351 DSN: 317-384-0316/0351

Enlisted: Bldg 600, Room A205/206
Comm:  907-384-1146/1116/3398 DSN: 317-384-1146/1116/3398

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed Weekends/Federal Holidays


Richardson EFMP-Family Support Coordinator

600 Richardson Dr., Suite A-131 (Bldg. 600)
673FSS.FSG.JBER_EFMP_FS@us.af.mil
Comm:  907-384-0225 DSN: 317-384-0225

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed Weekends/Federal Holidays

 


Elmendorf EFMP-Family Support Coordinator

Elmendorf People Center
8517 20th Street, Suite 117
673FSS.FSG.JBER_EFMP_FS@us.af.mil
Comm: 907-552-8840 DSN: 317-552-8840

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed Weekends/Federal Holidays


Richardson EFMP-Family Support Coordinator

BLDG 600
600 Richardson Dr, Suite A-130
673FSS.FSG.JBER_EFMP_FS@us.af.mil
Comm: 907-384-0225 DSN: 317-384-0225

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