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A wealth of Webinars
  for Military Families

July 9

Join us for our Military Families Support Group!

From 1 p.m.-2 p.m. we will have Tia Marcili from the Arc of Northern Virginia joining us.

Ms. Marcili is a finance specialist and has a great deal of experience with financial planning,

advocacy and special needs trusts.

From  2 p.m.-3 p.m. we will have a guest speaker, Dawn Mills, an Education Liaison Officer

that has over 20 years in public school administration and helping military families transition

to new duty stations, new schools,  and help them navigate the enrollment process as well

as helping those understand the IEP process.

Click the link below to join us!

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 946 600 1682
One tap mobile: +13017158592,,9466001682# US (Washington D.C)

Fort Belvoir,

Exceptional Family Member Program Contact for more information is Marlo Keller at or 571-231-7020.


Marine Corp Base, Quantico: 

Activities and workshops are open to all military connected families enrolled in EFMP or with children with special needs- active duty or retired all branches or service. You can register to attend any of the above listed events by emailing the Quantico EFMP mailbox at or call by calling the Quantico EFMP office at 571-931-0524. 

Naval Support Activity- Bethesda & NSA-Washington EFMP

For more info, contact Walkidia “Walky” Fradera, EFMP Case Liaison, Naval Support Activity Bethesda, Military and Family Support Center (Fleet and Family Support Center) at 202-656-4161 or

Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, DC EFMP

USAF Exceptional Family Member Program and Special Needs Identification & Assignment Coordination, daily Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 4:30pm at MFSC/JBAB Bldg. 13, 118 Brookley Ave, SW, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, DC 20032. Call this number for more information or to register at 202-767-0450. The EMFP and SNIAC are two separate yet related functions working together to enhance the quality of life for Air Force Families. The programs support and identify active-duty sponsors who have EFM’s with special educational or medical needs. 

Joint Base Andrews, Maryland EFMP

None at this time.

Langley Air Force Base, Virginia EFMP 

None at this time


Partners in Promise:

Partners in Promise (PIP) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that serves as a representative voice for our Exceptional Military Family Members (EFMP). It was founded in January of 2020 by four mothers to protect the rights of military children in the special education. (Promise). PIP focuses on a strategy of educating, advising and advocating for families with special needs children. Partners in PROMISE is the link between special needs families, established military service organizations, the Department of Defense, and legislators.  They work towards collaborative solutions to complex problems.

At and 


Facebook Groups:

1. 'Hampton Roads (VA) EFMP Special Needs Families (Retired/Active) est. 2005' Facebook Group at  

2. 'Virginia Military Special Needs Family Support' Facebook Group at

3. 'Military Special Needs Family Support (Worldwide)' Facebook Group at

4. 'USAF EFMP Family Support' Facebook group at  

5.  Disability Community of Hampton Roads - Virginia Facebook Page at  Sharing events and information for all cities of Hampton Roads for all disabilities and all ages.

6.  TACA Autism Virginia at

7. Virginia Autism Foundation contact info at or

8.Virginia Autism Project's Facebook group page at

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