Transitional Assistance Management Program (TAMP)
The Transitional Assistance Management Program (TAMP) provides 180 days of transitional health care benefits after regular TRICARE benefits end.
Sponsors and eligible family members may be covered TAMP if the sponsor is:
However, service members should check with their Service personnel departments to see if they qualify because TAMP eligibility is determined by the Services and documented in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System.
For those who qualify, the 180-day TAMP period begins upon the sponsor's separation. During TAMP, sponsors and family members are eligible to use one of the following health plan options:
Other active duty programs such as the Extended Care Health Option adn TRICARE Assistance Program are also available during the TAMP period. There are no enrollment fees for TAMP coverage.
Coverage During Terminal Leave
You are not eligible for TAMP while on terminal leave. During terminal leave, you continue to receive active duty benefits and your family members remain covered under TRICARE Prime, TRICARE Prime Remote, or TRICARE Standard and Extra.
Line of Duty Care
If you have a service-connected injury, illness, or disease incurred while on active duty, contact your unit or Service branch for eligibility determination or authorizations for follow-up medical or dental care.