Military & Family
EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM – Medical
Provides medical information management support for EFMP enrollment functions and coordinates relocations for families who have medical or educational needs
EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM-Assignments
Provides comprehensive and coordinated medical, education, community support, assignment coordination, and housing accommodation to families enrolled in the EFMP program.
Exceptional Family Member Program-Family Support (EFMP-FS)
Provides community support function provided by Military & Family Readiness Centers (M&FRC) and includes, but is not limited to, on-and off-base information and referral, parent training, support groups, relocation assistance, financial management, and school information.
As of Jan 2018, Air Force EFMP Respite Care has increased from 12 to now 40 hours per month. In order to be considered, the family must be enrolled and have at least one EFMP-enrolled child under 18 y/o. Sibling care is also available up to 13 y/o. This is in-home care.
To apply: Your child's physician must sign, stamp, and complete an EFMP Verification Form. The physician can be military or civilian...whomever has the most oversight of your child's care. IF you have more than 1 EFMP child, you must have a form completed for each child. Contact the Family Child Care Office (510 Airlift Drive, Bldg 380B Travis AFB, 94535 or call 707.424.8104) who will be able to provide you with the EFMP Verification Form and guide you through the process for eligibility & scheduling for home interviews with prospective providers.
EFMP-Family Support (EFMP-FS) Coordinator
At the M&FRC, the EFMP-Family Support (EFMP-FS) Coordinators are available to ensure each family receives comprehensive coordinated family support through the military and/or civilian community.
Check out our Facebook group! Search “Travis EFMP Family Support"
(Must be enrolled in the EFMP at Travis AFB)
EFMP Family Support Coordinators