Last year, the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) completed a comprehensive evaluation of its program services, conducted by Headquarters Marine Corps. Some of the most important feedback collected during the evaluation came from Marines and their family members who have used EMFP services.
What Marines and families said about EFMP:
During the last few years, the EFMP across all services has been the subject of intense congressional interest. There have been many conversations with legislators, advocacy groups, researchers, and auditors, all with an interest in learning more about the EFMP. In all circumstances, the Marine Corps EFMP was identified as an industry leader in effectiveness, service delivery, and support to families.
Thank you to all of our customers who provided input during the program evaluation. While we are pleased to know that the program delivers value to our customers, we are continually evolving and improving in order to meet the changing needs of our customers. We invite you to provide feedback anytime through one or more of these options:
Contact your EFMP office anytime for questions, training opportunities or family events. Your feedback is integral to our success and always welcomed!
General Berger’s planning guidance asks leaders to ensure Marines are well-led and cared for physically, emotionally, and spiritually….” Leaders at all levels, especially SNCOs and company-grade officers, play an important role in shaping the conversation about EFMP.
Beginning May 30, 2018, access to the Exceptional Family Member Program’s (EFMP) – Resources, Options, and Consultations (ROC) feature, will become available on MilitaryOneSource, making it easier for families who are not near an EFMP center or whose schedules conflict with center hours to meet and receive the assistance they need.
You may have heard of the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) before, but do you know all that it does and how many Marine Families it touches? Read this testimonial about a Marine family who used EFMP to help nagivate the special education process and provide a map to success for their son.