Provides a network of preventive services and referrals that enhance stability and success for individuals, military families and commands.
We have provided the following programs and services:
Exceptional Family Member Program
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) program ensures that the needs of the exceptional family member are taken into consideration throughout the change of assignment process. These needs may include physical, emotional, developmental and medical components. Staff are trained to assist military members in the enrollment process and provide information on local military and community support programs.
Financial Management Offering proactive financial assistance through one-on-one training, group classes and , unit training. Focus of effort on:
- Financial Education
- Consumer Awareness
- Credit Information
Information & Referral Program
Provides a wide range of facts about services and programs available at the installation and also assist with providing civilian agencies in the local community, as well as national resources.
Joint Education Center for Lifelong Learning
The Joint Education Center provides testing including Dantes/DSST tests, tuition assistance for active duty Marines and Sailors, as well as education workshops for everyone. The center's Lifelong Learning Program (LL) provides personal and professional learning opportunities within the Navy/Marine Corps Community. The LL Program focuses on voluntary off-duty academic programs in a traditional classroom setting. Access to LL for independent duty and deployed Sailors/Marines is facilitated through online enrollment and correspondence courses. Spouses and civilians who work aboard Marine Corps Base or reside in the nearby community may enroll in voluntary education courses on the Base.