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The Exceptional Family Member Program is proud to
introduce EFMP ROC - a ready, one-source access to Resources, Options and
Consultations for families with special needs. Along with the installation
services you may already know, EFMP ROC offers:
Expertise: Families can consult with subject matter experts for
help navigating disability law, education, the military health care system,
TRICARE coverage, and state and federal programs. Special needs consultants can
also help you determine your eligibility for benefits, access your benefits and
connect you with your local EFMP Family Support provider for ongoing
• Ways to Connect 24/7:
Call or live chat any time to schedule a consultation by phone or video. To set
up your consultation, visit Military OneSource or call 800-342-9647.
• Robust Resources: With one click to
can connect to a comprehensive collection of tools, information, forms,
directories and other resources like the Special Needs Parent Tool Kit, the
Education Directory for Children with Special Needs, the Guide for Adults with
Special Needs and much more.
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