Written by EFMP Staff
Unfortunately, there are many military families who are “suffering in silence.” These military families find themselves in crisis and do not know where to turn for assistance. Army Community Service (ACS) can help. They have an extraordinary Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) team who work hard to assist and support the military community.
EFMP provides a variety of beneficial services to assist families navigate through various life challenges. EFMP offers community information and referral, exception to policy, housing modification and compassionate reassignment assistance, respite care, special education or individualized education plan assistance, early education intervention resources, parent rights and responsibility information, support groups, recreational activities and a multitude of EFMP directories.
The procedure for receiving assistance is a two-step process. First, the military service member or family member will contact Eisenhower Army Medical Center, EFMP Advisor at 706-787-9300/9310 for information on EFMP enrollment, updates, disenrollment or screening. Subsequently to the medical enrollment, the military families can contact ACS-EFMP navigators at 706-791-1918/9707/3579 to receive counseling, training, education, therapy or treatment resources. Remember you are not alone, EFMP at ACS is here