Patient Trigger Questions
for Exceptional Family Member Screening
The following questions are to assist you in determining if a family is
*Mandated by OPNAV 1954.2D* to enroll in the Exceptional Family Member Program.
Does the potential EFM reside with the ACTIVE DUTY sponsor? (On Page 2/DEERS)
*exception is Geographical Bachelor
If Yes Go to Trigger Questions
If No The family is NOT eligible for enrollment at this time
Trigger Questions Y N
Is patient taking medications regularly for any condition?
Is patient seen in ANY specialty clinic for periodic care?
Has patient been evaluated / treated for Asthma?
(ex: Seasonal, Athletic, Food Allergy, History of ICU stays, etc.)
Does patient have a current or past history of a Mental Health diagnosis?
(ex: ADHD, ODD, Eating Disorders, Suicidal Tendencies, etc.)
Does patient receive any Special Educational supplementary aids and/or services?
(ex. Assistive Technology, Speech, Physical, ABA, or Occupational Therapy, etc.)
Does patient receive Special Education services or accommodations under an IEP,
IFSP, or 504 Plan?
Has patient been evaluated or received treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder
(ASD) or other developmental disorder?
If the patient has answered yes to ANY of the above Trigger Questions, they should
contact an EFMP Coordinator / EFM Case Liaison within the next 48 hours.
EFMP Program Contact Information
Hampton Roads EFMP Point of Contacts
Installation EFMP Coordinator Family Support Liaison
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth 757-953-2935 757-953-7805
NavSta Norfolk 757-444-2102
JEB Little Creek/Fort Story 757-953-8274 757-462-7563
NAS Oceana 757-953-3778/ 3853 757-433-2912
Dam Neck Annex 757-953-9914/ 9851 Contact Oceana Liaison
Northwest Annex Contact JEB Little Creek/ NMCP Contact Portsmouth Liaison
Yorktown/NNSY Contact NavSta Norfolk 757-887-4606
Tricare Prime Virginia Beach 757-953-6668 Contact Oceana Liaison
For more information please contact any above EFM Program Representative or use the QCR
Code to link you to the NMCP EFM Webpage.