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Exceptional Family Member Program

The Department of the Navy Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory program designed to identify family members with long-term health care or special education needs.

The EFMP identifies those who require assignment within major medial areas; coordinates with Overseas Screenings to confirm the availability of medical and educational support at overseas locations; and identifies those who are eligible for homesteading.

Who Enrolls in EFMP?

An EFM is defined as an authorized family member, residing with the sponsor, who require special medical, psychological or educational services.

EFMP requires mandatory enrollment per OPNAVINST 1754.2 series for a family member who resides with the sponsor, is enrolled in DEERS and who: is effected by a physical, emotional or educational condition requires ongoing special medical care or special education not generally available in isolated or overseas locations.

The EFMP enrollment Process

EFMP is mandatory and required immediately upon identification of a special need. The necessary forms can be obtained through NHB’s EFMP coordinator (see contact information below). For more information, questions, concerns...please contact NHB's EFM coordinators at:
Telephone: 866-827-5672 or 360-475-4215
Email: NH-BremEFMP-Screening@med.navy.mil

EFMP Website

Additional Contact Information

Fleet and Family Support Centers EFM Liasions:
Naval Base Kitsap: 360-396-5469
Naval Station Everett: 425-304-3738

Naval Branch Health Clinic Everett
2010 West Marine View Dr.
Everett, WA 98207
Telephone: 425-304-4070


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