Exceptional Family Member Assistance
Story by: EFMP Staff
If you are looking for resources or assistance for your Exceptional Family Member then the program's Coordinator is your primary point of contact.
The Exceptional Family Member Program Coordinator can direct you in finding the following resources:
-about your child's speech, language, physical development or cognitive development.
-by assisting to locate community resources for your Family member.
-for your Family member who has special education needs, physical handicap issues, and/or emotional disorders.
-by answering questions about the Exceptional Family Member Program.
This program can assist Families attending Individual Educational Plan (IEP) meetings by helping as an advocate, checking out available resources at the gaining installation, referring families to appropriate resources to meet their needs and by providing reliable information, referring families to respite care on a case-by-case basis and by providing an available resource library.
Can Army CYSS programs be used for EFMP Respite Care?
Yes, Army Child Development Centers, School Age Programs, and certified FCC providers (after hours) and Youth Centers may be used for hourly care for children six weeks to 18 years when EFM children/youth are enrolled in CYSS programs. All CYSS and ACS regulatory requirements and procedures apply.
Army Community Service
Exceptional Family Member Program
7264 Normandy Drive, Custer Hill
Fort Riley, Kansas 66442
785-239-9435 DSN (856)