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Scott AFB Military & Family Readiness Center

EFMP One Stop


(618) 256-4746

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All Scott AFB EFMP program components and the School Liaison are collocated to best meet your EFMP needs.  We are located at the Military & Family Readiness Center conveniently next to the Education Center, Post Office, Base Auditorium, Shoppette, and Burger King.    

The M&FRC is open to walk-in customers Monday-Friday from 0700-1600.  A member of the M&FRC team is available during those hours to assist with setting up appointments.

You can schedule an appointment by calling 618-256-8668 or emailing 375FSS.EFMP@US.AF.MIL.  Please be advised that there could be long waiting times during our walk-in hours as we work with individual families. 

Please scroll below to access information and email addresses to EFMP Component Org Boxes and phone numbers on EFMP Family Support, EFMP Assignments, EFMP Medical and the School Liaison Office.  

EFMP FS - Family Support

EFMP-FS (Family Support) 

618-256-1467 & 618-256-2245

Your EFMP Family Support Specialists and the EFMP Family Support Navigator are here for you and can assist with the following:

  •  Information Regarding On/Off Base Resources
  • IEP/504 In person meeting attendance
 Click here - Request Navigator Support
  • Home Visits for Service Plans to assist in aligning services
  • Respite Care or Specialized Childcare
  • Transitioning During a PCS
  • Deployment Planning
  • Educational Inquiries (Partners with School Liaison Officer)
  • Support Groups
  • Informational Workshops
  • Recreational Events
  • Useful Literature (Lending Library and More)
  • Education/Special Education

Contact your EFMP Family Support Coordinator or Navigator  and/or your School Liaison Officer for assistance with obtaining information on special education and the schools in our area. The EFMP Family Support Coordinator/Navigator can be reached at 618-256-8668 and the School Liaison Officer can be reached at 618-256-9595.


We are excited to offer workshops and events tailored to the interests of families with exceptional needs. Please take a moment to look at our calendar to see what you would like to sign up for!

Family Needs Assessment

EFMP Family Support can meet with you any time to complete a family needs assessment.  The assessment is person-centered, family-focused, and strength-based to support the entire family with services and resources that best meet their needs.  For resource and referral or to complete a family needs assessment with service plan email or call us at 618-256-4746 or

Family Needs Assessment

Per 10 USC Statute 1781, Section 563, Q-coded Airmen must complete or update a Family Needs Assessment/Service Plan with the local EFMP Family Support (FS) Coordinator NLT 60 days prior to a permanent change of station CONUS or OCONUS. An outlook calendar invitation is being sent to you to schedule this mandatory appointment.

We encourage but do not require your spouse and/or family member/s to attend. This is especially important if those family members manage appointments and support services for themselves or the EFMP family member.

Installation Diversity Equity Inclusion & Accessibility (DEIA)

The EFMP Family Support office is available to assist in providing training and support to organizations and units in diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility to best support our EFMP and all military connected families.  Please call us at 618-256-4746 or email us at

Commonly Used Resources

Tricare Find a Provider (Doctor/Specialist)  

Tricare Extended Care Health Option

The Extended Care Health Option (ECHO) provides financial assistance to beneficiaries with special needs for an integrated set of services and supplies.

Military OneSource

EFMP & Me Military OneSource

Illinois Waiver Services  

Illinois Waiver Services - Prioritization for the Needs of Services (PUNS)

PUNS is a database that registers individuals who want or need Developmental Disability Waiver services funded by the IL Department of Human Services.  Contact your area service coordination agency. PUNS enrollment will help communicate a possible need for services once your child turns 22.  It is recommended to enroll at any age as the state uses this data to track future needs.

Scott AFB/St. Clair Co is Prairieland Care Coordination 618-288-1897

 Air Force Aid Special Needs Grant

The Air Force Aid Special Needs Grants assists eligible Airmen/Guardians who are faced with increased financial requirements due to costs associated with having dependents with special needs. Eligibility:  Active duty, Active Guard Reserve (AGR), Guard/Reserve on an Initial or Continuation Full-time order, and Traditional Guard/Reserve on a long-term order who have dependents enrolled in the Air Force's Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP).

Grant Amount:  Up to $3000 per special needs family member over a five-year period.

Click here to apply through the Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) link on our website. For more information, please contact the Scott AFB EFMP Family Support office at 618-256-4746.

Air Force EFMP Respite Care

The EFMP Family Support office will process and submit family certification in the EFMP Respite Care program.  Please email or call us for more information.  

 EFMP Respite Care Memo

Dated 04 Oct 2023

The FY21 National Defense Authorization Act, Sec 582 (Public Law 116-283), directed the standardization of the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) across all Military Departments which includes the provision of EFMP respite care.  This standardization will result in changes and a decrease in benefits offered through the Department of the Air Force Respite Care program, beginning March 1, 2025.

 EFMP Respite Care Frequently Asked Questions 

Scott AFB EFMP Respite Care Brochure

EFMP IEP Trifold Scott Legal Office

EFMP Guardianship Trifold Scott Legal Office

EFMP Navigator


Upcoming events

EFMP M - Medical

EFMP - M (Medical or Identification & Enrollment)

618-256-5102 (Special Needs Coordinator)

618-256-7014 (Special Needs Technician)

Org box --


Family Member Relocation Clearance

Family Vector Website 

Medical Provider Tool and many other resources and tools to assist EFMP Families


EFMP Medical Forms 

If you are PCSing with dependents, please go to MyVector.  You will need to complete a 2 to 12 question screener (length depends on the answers given).  If additional information is needed, myVector will provide a link to the Family Member Relocation Clearance. Airman and Guardians who have dependents will receive a MyVector system-generated email up to fifteen (15) days after the Assignment Creation Date (ACD) and are within eight (8) months of their Report-No-Later-Than-Date (RNLTD). If the member is relocating to a CONUS location, answers "No" to all questions, and has no family members enrolled in EFMP, then the member is cleared to receive PCS orders.  

If a member is enrolled in EFMP and answers "Yes" to one of the questions, the member will receive two (2) notifications:  the "Additional Screening Required" and the requirements to complete the FMTS application.

All family members who are traveling to an overseas location MUST have a complete review of their medical records.  A "comprehensive exam" within the past 24 months must be in the family member's medical chart. If a member is relocating to an OCONUS Geographically Separated Unit (GSU) or Sister Service locations, and a family member has medical or mental health needs, then a DD Form 2792 is required to be submitted.  

Dental Health Summary

AF Form 1466 is generated from MyVector. A printed version is no longer accepted.

To initiate an EFMP enrollment, please use the DD2792-1 and use the DD Form 2792-1 Provider One Pager.  Once complete, send to the EFMP Medical email org box listed above for processing.  

In order to make your clearance run as smoothly as possible, please ensure that records from off base providers have been submitted to the Tricare Patient Administration Office on the second floor of the Medical Group to be added to your on base record.

**Please ensure that you are using the most recent version of Adobe and open system viewer or through download folder. 

Form 2523 Enrollment Form

AF Form 1466 D Dental Health Summary

Privacy Act for EFMP Enrollment 2005 Form

DD Form 2792-1 Provide Instructions Education IEP/IFSA

DD Form 2792-1 Education IEP/IFSA Form 

Please utilize this for new EFMP Enrollments for Education/all dependents PCSing OCONUS birth to 21 years old)

DD Form 2792 Provider Inst. Family Education Summary

DD Form 2792 Family Member Medical

Use this form for medical/mental health enrollment.

Tricare ECHO

Extended Care Health Option through Tricare Humana Military (eligibility criteria and AD status requirements). 

ECHO Enrollment Form 

The extended Care Health Option (ECHO) provides financial assistance to beneficiaries with special needs for an integrated set of services and supplies. 

Dependent Travel Not Approved (DTNA) Process

When a member receives a travel determination of "RED"/DTNA on their FMTS application, the member will receive a MyVector generated email and a MyVector notification within their account.  

Below are the DTNA options provided to the service member:

Reconsideration - Members can request a review of updated/new information to potentially overturn the final travel determination of their FMTS application.

Reassignment - If a member is identified as "Mandatory Move" and the member does not request a reconsideration or the member's reconsideration is "sustained", the member will work with their assignment navigator to provide options to be set tot eh member's assignments functional for consideration.

Deferment - Members can request their assignment to be deferred based on extenuating medical needs.  Member's Assignments Navigator will assist with this option.

Cancellation - Member is identified as "Not a Mandatory Mover" and does not request a reconsideration OR the member's reconsideration has been sustained to the gaining location; their assignment will be cancelled.  

School Liaison Office

Scott AFB School Liaison Officer

Dr. Cindy Doil

Phone: (618) 256-9595


School Liaison Website

Additional DOD EFMP Contacts

ANG/AGR Representative:

126 Air Refueling Wing

Military & Family Readiness Program Manager

COM: 618-222-5784

DSN 760-5784



Army EFMP 

If the family is living in Illinois, they will need to contact Ft. Campbell.

Org box:

Jennifer Pippin - 270-956-0051 -

Andrea R. Russell - 270-798-8830 -

If the family is living in Missouri, Iowa, or Minnesota – they will contact Ft. Leonard Wood EFMP.

Org box:

Aaron Lanford - 573-596-9180 -

Sandra Roper - 573-596-9908 -


Marine/Navy EFMP 

Norfolk EFMP - Medical

April Kountz - (757) 953-7805

Norfolk EFMP Coordinator

Dalia Perry - (757) 953-2935


Quarter Desk - (757) 953-5008


EFMP Case Liaison

Betsy Kelsey - (518) 886- 0200 ext. 148            


Regional EFMP Liaison

Loris N. Velez-Acevedo - Phone #: (757) 322-9127


Marine EFMP

Marine EFMP Enrollment

Tamika Sawyer – 703-432-6723

Fleet & Family Support Center Great Lakes 

Available to assist service members and their families through counseling services, deployment and transition support, financial and life skills education, and much more.

Fleet & Family Support Center

Bldg. 26, Suite 300

525 Farragut Avenue

Great Lakes, IL 60088

Phone: 847-688-3603 Ext. 100

Hours  of Operation: Monday - Friday 07:30 - 16:00

Facebook Page:

Click here to check out the NAVY EFMP App or through the Apple Store

Navy Respite Care

Child Care Aware - 800-424-2246

*Sponsor needs verification letter and can submit verification letter online through NFAS under the EFMP tab.

Fisher Clinic, Navy at Great Lakes base Illinois

Phone: 847-688-2469, Opt 1, Opt 3, Opt 2 for OCONUS screening

EFMP A - Assignment Coordination


375 FSS Military Personnel Flight (MPF)

Mention EFMP in the subject line.

For questions related to the assignment process: 

DAFI 36-2110 para 3.18

Memorandum for Career Development Office Accelerated Orders Initiative (AOI)

Rules of Engagement and Service Member's Responsibility Acknowledgement

See Memorandum Below

This accelerated order is ONLY for scheduling household goods, passenger travel, and processing passport/visa applications as required.  Members/member family are not authorized to depart current duty station without an authenticated PCS order amendment documenting confirmation of the dependent travel screening clearance.  No financial obligations that may cause hardship should be made until the final set of orders are received.  

Accelerated Orders Initiative Memo

MyVector Application Status Levels

EFMP AFPC Central Cell

Email office organization inbox

Call Toll Free


DAF EFMP Facebook

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Contact Us

Phone: (618) 256-8668 DSN 576-8668


Address: 404 W. Martin Street (Bldg. 1650)

                  Scott AFB, IL 62225

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