Exceptional Family Members
Story by: EFMP Staff
If you and your Family are enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program, remember that your best resource during deployment is the Army Community Service Exceptional Family Member Coordinator.
In the event that you are with the Army Reserves remember that you must enroll if on active duty that exceeds 30 days. If you are in the Army National Guard and serving under authority of Title 10, United States Code, you also need to enroll.
You may now be asking, who is an exceptional Family member? An exceptional Family member is a Family member (child or adult) with any physical, emotional, developmental or intellectual disability that requires special treatment, therapy, education, material or counseling.
If you feel that someone in your Family meets the criteria, contact your medical treatment facility or the Army Community Service, Exceptional Family Member Coordinator to begin the assessment process and obtain the proper enrollment forms.
Army Community Service
Deployment & Mobilization Family Readiness
or Exceptional Family Member Program
7264 Normandy Drive, Custer Hill
Fort Riley, Kansas 66442
785-239-9435 DSN (856)