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MILPER Message Number 17-093, issued 14 March 2017
1. This MILPER Message is effective upon release and will be rescinded when Army
Regulation 614-100 and 614-200 are republished with implemented policy.

2. The purpose of this message is to reiterate guidance in support of the FY 2010
National Defense Authorization Act, Support for Military Families with Special Needs
(whether medical and/or educational needs) Provision. The guidance was initially
announced in MILPER Message 13-235.

3. Applicability: The Army is committed to the health, safety and well-being of its
Soldiers and their Family members with special needs. Army policy allows for military
Families with special needs to be stabilized for up to four years so medical and/or
educational services, which cannot be immediately replicated and/or acquired
elsewhere, are not disrupted. The stabilization for the exceptional family member (EFM)
also applies to the Soldier; however, the Soldier may be required to travel temporary
duty (TDY) or temporary change of station (TCS) away from home station to participate
in combat or operational deployments, training exercises, or for personnel management
or professional development reasons, after the first year of the approved stabilization
timeframe. The four year stabilization period (if approved) starts on the date the EFM
began receiving the required services. Accrued time on station at the advent of the
special needs situation is not part of the decision matrix.

4. Criteria. One or more of the below must be met in order to establish eligibility for
stabilization under this program:

a. A permanent change of station (PCS) move would disrupt access to necessary
medical or educational services that would place the EFM’s health, safety, or
development in jeopardy.

b. The EFM has a diagnosis that requires extensive support from TRICARE, state, and
local resources that would be difficult to replicate and/or reacquire in a timely manner.

c. The Family has multiple EFM’s receiving a combination of TRICARE, state, and local
services that would be difficult to replicate and/or reacquire in a timely manner.

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