One of the programs that we’re involved in is the is the
Black Lung Clinics program. In that program, we’re serving current, active, retired, disabled and other miners who have been exposed to coal mine dust as well as respirable silica and other things that places
them at risk for lung diseases from exposure to underground and above ground mines The other program that I’m involved with is the RESEP program. That is a program that serves uranium workers. The HRSA program is absolutely critical to our mission
and to our function because HRSA provides us with the grants funds to staff the programs and also to educate ourselves, and the people
involved with the programs, on the diseases that the miners and the other uranium workers are at risk for. To develop the programs so that we can do
outreach and screening. We’re in a position where we can, working with our partners,
make sure that the participants, the patients, get to the right place. So it’s a really important program because HRSA allows us
come together as grantees, as partners, so that we can support eachother and work together on behalf of our clients, the patients.