No, that's not true. The 3-month and 6-month intervals are listed months ahead of time but each month is listed a couple of months before expiration. EVEP (and others which have options) do have options which expire each month. Look at it on Monday and you will see a new month appear.
It's true that many more thinly traded issues have limited contract month offerings. But I think you'll find that for all the stocks that have options traded, they will always offer a contract for the current contract month. Now the Dec 11 contracts have expired and the Jan 12 contracts become the near month and once they expire you will see a Feb 12 contract offered.