Become an EFMP Respite Care Provider! Join the team of providers who serve Navy families with children who have special needs.
- Do you have a passion to work with children with special needs?
- Do you currently provide care for children as a relative, friend or neighbor?
- You can get paid and receive other benefits through EFMP Respite Care while gaining valuable knowledge as an EFMP Respite Care provider.
Enjoy great benefits:
- Receive free training
- Receive support & resources
- Enjoy flexible hours
- Receive competitive wages
- Develop portable career
- Earn incentives
- Gain valuable experience
For more information contact Stephanie Adornetto: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 757-622-9268 x3023
Navy EFMP Families
**40 hours/month of respite care may be available for category IV or V EFM children of Sailors!**
Call 1-800-424-2246 today and learn about NACCRRA’s Navy Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Respite Care and how your family can receive this care.
Who is an Exceptional Family Member? What is the EFMP? What is Category IV or V?
- An Exceptional Family Member (EFM) is an authorized DEERS eligible family member who possesses a physical, emotional, developmental or educational disability, or condition requiring special medical, mental health, or educational services.
- The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) can assist Navy families inmanaging the dual demands of a Navy career and the special needs of their child.
- EFM category IV and V refers to an exceptional family member whose medical condition requires assignment near major medical facilities INCONUS, or whose needs are complex and specialized requiring continuity of care.
How do I know if I am eligible?
- The family is enrolled in the Navy’s EFMP.
- The EFM child is between the ages of birth to 18 years, and is category IV or V.
- You are stationed in Norfolk, VA
There are no income restrictions; the service is free to eligible Navy families.
How do I apply?
Call Child Care Aware® at 1-800-424-2246 – Child Care Aware® will connect you to the local participating agency to assist your family in finding local respite care services, or visit http://www.naccrra.org/about-us/military-families/navy for more information on the Respite Care program!