WHAT IS EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM?
EFMP is a resource for families that have one or more members who have a qualifying medical, mental health, or educational need.
EFMP is divided into two parts:
- Medical EFMP offices located at Tripler Army Medical Center and Schofield Barracks Health Clinic
- Family Support EFMP offices located at Schofield Barracks Army Community Service and Fort Shafter Aloha Center.
- ACS Schofield Barracks EFMP office
BDG 2091 Kolekole Ave
- ACS EFMP, Aloha Center
BDG 217 Montgomery Drive
HOW DOES A SOLDIER ENROLL A FAMILY MEMBER IN EFMP?
EFMP enrollment, update or disenrollment is a Medical EFMP process using DD Form 2792 for medical enrollment or DD Form 2792-1 for educational enrollment.
Completed forms are submitted to Medical EFMP offices at:
Schofield Barracks Health Clinic, BDG 685; 808-433-9050 or
Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC), 7th Floor A-Wing Ocean Side; 808-433-4441
Any questions regarding EFMP enrollment, update, or disenrollment call TAMC 808-433-4441.
For a copy of forms, click DD Forms.
HOW DO I COMPLETE COMMAND SPONSORSHIP?
Command sponsorship is a process through the Directorate of Human Resource (DHR– Family Travel). The soldier will need DA Form 5888, DA Form 7246, and DA Form 4178. Contact your S-1 for more information.
WHAT IS EFMP SCREENING?
DHR requires all military dependents to complete an EFMP screening prior to relocating to an overseas location to ensure that the gaining installation can provide health and education resources needed for the family member. The soldier will need DA Form 5888 and DA Form 7246. Contact your S-1 for more information or visit Family Travel Link at Directorate of Human Resources.
HOW CAN ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE ASSIST ME AND MY FAMILY?
ACS EFMP advocates for family members with special needs by providing family support programs in various areas: HOUSING, SCHOOL, RECREATION, WORKSHOPS/TRAINING, RESPITE CARE, SYSTEM NAVIGATION
Click here for EFMP Brochure
If you have a family member enrolled in EFMP, call, email or walk-in to learn more about how we can support you and your family’s needs. ACS EFMP has activities created just for EFM’s and their family members (siblings, parents, and children). For dates, times, and events, click Calendar.
WHAT IS RESPITE CARE?
The purpose of Respite Care is to provide short-term, temporary relief to those who are caring for a family member with special needs. If the soldier’s Exceptional Family Member is enrolled in EFMP and meets medical eligibility, the family can receive up to 40 hours per month of Respite Care. For more information about ACS EFMP Respite Care, read our Brochure or call 808-655-4227 to speak to an ACS EFMP representative.
Families enrolled in the EFMP may apply for ACS EFMP Respite Care using DA Form 4700, DA Form 5189, and
DD Form 2870.
WHAT IS A SNAP?
Special Needs Accommodation Process (SNAP) is generally required for enrollment in Child, Youth and School Ser-vices activities. Parents and CYSS staff work together to develop and implement a plan that ensures the child’s health and safety at the centers and to determine required accommodations.
For more information about SNAP, call CYSS parent central service line 808-655-5413.
For CYSS activities, click Here.
Click here for SNAP Brochure
Your questions are important; contact us TODAY!
Leonard Webster, EFMP Coordinator
Dawn Hatico, ACS Specialist
Ophelia Bitanga-Isreal, System Navigator
Kerry Dauphinee, System Navigator
Zandrea Chang, System Navigator