WHO IS ACCREDITED?

Private Organization Accreditation

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Savannah Area's mission is to provide the best non-profit community service, dedicated to delivering professional and confidential counseling, debt management, housing counseling and consumer education to all segments of the community regardless of ability to pay.
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VOLUNTEER TESTIMONIAL

Rochelle Haimes, ACSW

Volunteer Roles: Commissioner; Peer Reviewer; Standards Panel Member; Team Leader

Rochelle is a Consultant working with a variety of private organizations to become accredited. Her primary area of expertise is in facilitating the development of PQI systems and activities. Her previous experience with both small and large organizations is the cornerstone for her long-standing volunteer activities as a Peer reviewer and as a Team Leader.
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Purpose

Military families with special needs who receive EFMP family support services have the necessary tools to access needed supports and services and effectively navigate the service delivery system.

Definition

Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Family Support provides assistance to military families with special needs. Services include one-time or occasional contact such as answering questions and providing information and referral, informational briefings and workshops, and providing ongoing, non-clinical support to achieve identified goals.

Update:

  • Revised Standard - 09/08/17
    The MIL-EFMP standards were revised in September 2017 to reflect current practice. 

Note: Military family readiness (MFR) programs will only be assigned EFMP Family Support (MIL-EFMP) when the MFR program has the capacity to provide ongoing support directly to customers who request it. This includes conducting assessments, developing services plans, and working with the customer to monitor progress toward the achievement of agreed upon goals. If the MFR program only provides information and referral to connect customers to supports and services, this will be captured under Military Lifestyle Support and Education (MIL-MLSE).

Note: For the purposes of this section, a military family with special needs, hereafter referred to as customer, is defined as any military family enrolled or enrolling in the Exceptional Family Member Program. These standards do not apply to EFMP services coordinated by another agency nor do they address assignment coordination, which is not the primary responsibility of the MFR program.

Note: Please see MIL-EFMP Reference List for a list of resources that informed the development of these standards.

Note: The MIL-EFMP standards were revised in September 2017 to reflect current practice. For more information see the MIL-EFMP Update Summary

Exceptional Family Member Program Family Support Narrative

Self-Study Evidence
    • Provide any information you would like the Peer Review Team to know about the MFR program's EFMP Family Support services.
    • As applicable, a list of EFMP family support activities or classes including, for each activity or class:
      1. the type of activity/class;
      2. whether the activity/class is short-term or ongoing;
      3. how often the activity/class is offered;
      4. the average number of participants per session of the activity/class, in the last month; and
      5. the total number of participants in the activity/class, in the last month
    • A list of any programs that were opened, merged with other programs or services, or closed
    • A list or description of MIL-EFMP outcomes and outputs being measured
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