NTPS Military Support
NTPS has a dedicated Military Support Team that is excited about facilitating outreach and advocacy between Joint Base Lewis-McChord and our district's schools and military families!
- District Military Family & Student Support - Adrienne Perez, (360) 412-4408
- We are located at the Family & Youth Resource Center (200 Sleater-Kinney Rd NE)
If you are interested in receiving information about events, activities, and resources available for military connected families throughout the school year, sign up for our Remind communications!
Fill out your Federal Impact Aid Surveys this October!
Federal Impact Aid Surveys will be sent home with all students on Monday, October 4th. It is important for active duty military and federally employed families to return the surveys to their school by October 18! Survey responses provide our district with federal funding that supports our MFLC counselors, our military support team, and military focused school events and clubs. Learn more & download the form >>
EFMP Family Support Playgroup starts October 18th!
The EFMP Community Play Morning is designed to create a welcoming and comfortable play environment for children with disabilities. Parents/Caregivers are encouraged to connect and interact through crafts, music, and free play. Playgroup will be held every Monday from 10-11:30am at the Children's Museum of JBLM. See the flyer >>
Free STOMP Virtual Workshops
JBLM is hosting a series of free virtual workshops this November to provide information and resources to EFMP military families and help them navigate educational and medical services. Topics include effective communication, advocacy, 504 & transition planning, and financial planning.
Free Access to Tutor.com for Military Families!
Study coaches are available to give your student the help they need to success, no matter age, grade, or academic year. Read detailed instructions on how to get started >>
Military & Family Life Counselor at Evergreen Forest
MFLC Counselor at EFES: Jason Durr 253.343.4537
Free and confidential nonmedical counseling is available to service members, Department of Defense expeditionary civilians, their families and survivors. Child & youth behavioral counselors are available to support children and youth up to age 18. They also offer guidance to families, staff, and support personnel.
What can I expect from nonmedical counseling?
Your Military and Family Life Counselor can help with:
- Exploring what work/life balance is
- Behavioral concerns
- Stress management strategies
- Stress reduction
- Relaxation skills