Location: Building 47, 1501 San Pedro Drive SE
Family Member Relocation Clearance Coordinators, FMRCC
Sonia Chavez 505-846-3418 and Jane Lohr 505-846-0985
Special Needs Coordinator, SNC
Vanessa Torres 505-846-3244
What is EFMP?
The Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program is designed to provide support to military family members with Medical or Educational needs. The Air Force EFMP is comprised of a medical component (EFMP-M), community support element (EFMP-FS), and assignments (EFMP-A).
The Medical Group coordinates the medical portion of the EFMP program. Enrollment, medical support, and PCS clearance for family travel are provided through EFMP-M. The primary goal of EFMP is to ensure the medical and educational needs of EFMs can be met at a new assignment location. EFMP enrollment information enables personnel to proactively consider a family member's special need requirements during the assignment process and to pinpoint the assignment to a location with appropriate resources that address the needs of the family member at the gaining location. Successful implementation requires up-to-date enrollment information and extensive coordination among the personnel, medical and educational communities.
How do I know if I meet criteria for EFMP?
An Exceptional Family Member is a dependent who has a diagnosed physical, educational or mental health condition that requires ongoing specialized services.
- Needs care provided by a medical specialist.
- Individualized Education Program, IEP, services being provided by the school
- Individual Family Service Plan, IFSP, services being provided by a local agency for physical/speech/occupational therapies
- Asthma with daily use of medications
- Need for adaptive equipment or housing modifications
- Current mental health needs or any inpatient or intensive outpatient mental health care within the past 5 years.
If you any of the above apply please contact the Special Needs Coordinator.
To enroll in EFMP the paperwork can be initiated by the spouse, sponsor, or the Medical Treatment Facility Staff such as your PCM. The EFMP office can also receive referral information from first sergeants and supervisors.
Useful forms for EFMP and PCS Clearance:
AF Form 1466, Request for Family Member's Medical and Educational Clearance for Travel, Oct. 11, 2011 - PCS CONUS and OCONUS: One per sponsor - Must be completed and signed by active duty service member with wet signature (not electronic) and initials (not "x"s) within six months of RNLTD
AF Form 1466D, Dental Health Summary, Feb., 11 2003 - For enrollment and PCS OCONUS: One per each FM traveling to an overseas location age 2 and older - Must be completed by biological parent or legal guardian within 1 year of RNLTD
DD Form 2792 (Aug. 2014), Exceptional Family Member Medical Summary - For enrollment in EFMP: One per each family member identified as having Medical needs - For disenrollment: One per each family member no longer having special needs. - PCS CONUS and OCONUS: One per each family member enrolled in EFMP and one per family member if the dependent is seen by an off base primary care provider. - Must be completed by biological parent or legal guardian within six months of RNLTD.
DD Form 2792-1 (Aug. 2014), Exceptional Family Member Special Education/Early Intervention Summary - For enrollment or PCS CONUS and OCONUS: One per each school aged child enrolled in EFMP or child enrolled in IEP services provided by the school. - Each child will have an individualized form tailored to their needs
- Include a current copy of the Individualized Education Plan, IEP (if applicable)
DD Form 2870, Authorization for Disclosure of Medical or Dental Information, Dec 2003 - This is an elective form which can be filled out by any dependent over the age of 16 who wishes to disclose the above forms to their sponsor.
What do I do when I receive notification of any OCONUS or CONUS PCS in which I am eligible for EFMP or I am already Q-Coded?
1. If it is determined you are going to an overseas (OCONUS) location provide the following forms to the FMRCC’s in Medical Records:
a. AF FORM 1466
b. AF FORM 1466-D, one for each dependent over the age of 2
c. DD FORM 2792, filled out for each dependent if they are seen by an off base provider or they are enrolled in EFMP.
d. DD FORM 2792-1, filled out for each dependent who receives educational or early intervention services by the agency or school who provides the services. **Included with this form would be a current copy of the IEP, IFSP or any other documentation outlining the services needed at the gaining base.
2. If it is determined you are going to a stateside (CONUS) location and you either meet criteria for EFMP or are already enrolled in EFMP provide the following forms to the FMRCC’s in Medical Records:
a. AF FORM 1466
b. DD FORM 2792, filled out for each dependent if they are seen by an off base provider or they are enrolled in EFMP.
c. DD FORM 2792-1, filled out for each dependent who receives educational or early intervention services by the agency or school who provides the services. **Included with this form would be a current copy of the IEP, IFSP or any other documentation outlining the services needed at the gaining base.
What if I am going to Hill AFB; JB Anacostia-Bolling; JB Andrews; JB Langley-Eustis; JBSA-Lackland; JBSA-Randolph, Los Angeles; Luke AFB; MacDill AFB; Wright-Patterson AFB and I am enrolled in EFMP?
1. Provide the following to the FMRCC’s in Medical Records:
a. AF Form 1466
b. A copy of your RIP