EFMP Enrollment

During construction at Little Hall, the building will have limited handicapped accessibility to offices on the second floor and basement and no handicapped accessibility to the Quantico bowling Center.  For assistance with services in the building, please call your Family Case Worker or 571-931-0524.

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

The Exceptional Family Member Program is a mandatory enrollment program (MCO 1754.4B) for active duty personnel who have a family member with long term special medical or educational needs.

If you have any questions regarding the Quantico EFMP Enrollment process, please contact the Quantico EFMP Office.

Enrollment Criteria

Enrollment determination is provided by HQMC EFMP under the guidelines of MCO 1754.4B. If you believe a family member may meet one (or more) of the enrollment criteria, please contact Quantico's EFMP Office for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Sponsor's Responsibilities

  • Ensure your family member is enrolled in Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System (DEERS) and the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS).
  • Contact Quantico EFMP Office for information about the necessary forms for the medical provider and school officials (when applicable) to complete.
  • After the enrollment forms are completed by qualified providers, please arrange an appointment, visit, or contact the Quantico EFMP Office. We will ensure the paperwork is complete, sign the forms, and forward them to HQMC EFMP for review and decision.

You can also access the enrollment forms through the links below. The forms are accompanied by directions for completion.

Change in Dependent Status of the Exceptional Family Member

If there is a change in the dependency status of your Exceptional Family Member and the change is documented through DEERS, please notify HQMC EFMP at hqmc.efmp@usmc.mil by email for guidance. In some cases, additional documentation is required.

EFMP Update

Per MCO, your EFMP enrollment must be updated every 3 years, or as the medical or special education needs of the Exceptional Family Member's conditions change. It is recommended that the sponsor periodically review their copy of the enrollment forms. If the long-term conditions improve, worsen, or services are no longer required, please have a qualified provider update the forms. Please review any changes with the provider before signing to ensure compliance.