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The following is a text alternative description for the Byron Mason: Disaster Recovery Coordination.
[Video begins with an interview with Byron Mason, Disaster Recovery Coordinator for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. ]
Byron Mason: Disaster recovery for the Department of Health and Human Services is about coming together with our state partners, federal partners, actual health and social services providers. Working together to address the immediate impacts of the disaster whether that’s power loss, infrastructure or building damage. And then kind of moving forward, where does this community want to be six months or a year from now? How do we ensure that everyone in the community still has access services— children, families, seniors, people with disabilities? And also, how can we improve these community so that they’re better prepared the next time there’s a disaster?
[The video concludes with a non-descript background followed by the Department of Health and Human Services logo, caption and voice-over narrative, “Produced at U.S. taxpayer expense by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.”]
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