The National Defense Authorization Act 2014, Section 633, requires each secretary of a military department to designate a specific member to assist spouses and other dependents of service members, including Reserve Components, who die on active duty.
Military and family life counselors are among the benefits available to help service members overcome challenges and thrive in their military lives.
The anticipation of a homecoming may come with many different feelings. It is understandable that you may be feeling anxious, excited, even worried all at once. As a family member or friend, you can be a key supporter for your service member as they return home from deployment – no matter if you live nearby or far away.
EFMP ROC is enhanced support for military families with special needs. Special needs consultants are available by phone or video to help you navigate the medical and educational needs of your family, and connect you with military and community based support.
Learn more about the EFMP & Me tool and other program highlights to improve the experience for military families with special needs.
EFMP is made up of three separate components. Learn how these parts work together to benefit service members who have a family member with special needs.
Military dependents who are college students may have to consider international travel to get to their families during breaks. And travel can be expensive, especially during the holidays.
You know the drill: paperwork comes with the military. It also comes into play for legal protections — in your professional and personal life.