There's no point in reinventing the wheel. Here
are some websites and groups that may useful for EEOICPA
claimants. EECAP cannot vouch for everyone on this
webpage. We have listed people who have contacted us
and said they help claimants. Be sure to check out any
of the companies listed.
Government EEOIPCA websites
Department of Labor--DOL manages EEOICPA. They
issue Final Decisions on Part B claims and investigate and
issue Final Decisions on Part E claims.
DOL EEOICPA Resource Centers--The Resource Centers can
answer questions about EEOICPA and assist claimants in
filling out forms, initiating the verification of
employment, forwarding information to DOL, checking for
updates on claims, and assisting with medical billing
DOL Ombudsman's Office--An independent office that
assists with Part B and Part E claims.
NIOSH Part B EEOICPA--NIOSH does dose reconstructions
for Part B and is involved in determining SEC applications.
NIOSH Ombudsman's Office--(no website)1-888-272-7430.
Assists with SEC applications and dose reconstruction
CDC Radiation Studies--Health effects of environmental
radiation exposures from nuclear weapons production
Department of Energy EEOICPA--DOE handles Freedom of
CERCLA--The Comprehensive Environmental Response,
Compensation, and Liability Act is commonly known as the
Superfund. CERCLA holds documents from all Superfund sites
and maintains Reading Rooms at each site as well as having
Contains information about
facilities covered under EEOICPA.
OpenNet--Includes declassified documents made public
after October 1, 1994
Department of Justice--
The Worker Health Protection Program (WHPP) provides
free medical screening for former current workers at Gaseous
Diffusion Plants in Oak Ridge, TN, Paducah, KY and
Portsmouth, OH, the Idaho National
Laboratory (INL) in Idaho Falls, ID, Oak Ridge National Lab
and Y-12 in Oak Ridge, TN and Mound in Miamisburg, OH and
Fernald in Harrison, OH.
War Patriots--A national non-profit formed to help
claimants find information needed and work with the
legislature to improve EEOICPA.
Institute for Energy and Environmental Research--IEER
provides understandable and accurate scientific and
technical information on energy and environmental issues.
Building Trades National Medical Screening Program
provides free medical screenings to construction workers who
worked at nuclear weapons sites.
Hanford Challenge provides information on environmental
issues concerning the Hanford site in Washington state
Science and Energy Museum
houses archives and artifacts about Mound and the Dayton
Museum of Nuclear Science and History is in Albuquerque
Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas Nevada tells the
stories of the Nevada Test Site.
Experimental Breeder Reactor-I Atomic Museum is near
Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Bradbury Science Museum is in Los Alamos New Mexico.
Los Alamos Historical Society Museum is in the Guest
Cottage of Los Alamos Ranch School.
Drs. Lee Meals and Rheanel A. Tolar
are Internal Medical doctors who are Certified Impairment
who are approved by the Department of Labor to complete
also review your medical records. You may reach
them at 270-554-4820 or
Dr. Karen Mulloy, Case Western
Reserve University, Mary Ann Swetland Center for
Environmental Health, 10900 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio
44106-4940 does impairment ratings. You can call her
Dr. Peter Frank is a family practice
DO who is certified to do impairment ratings through Consulting Medical
Associates, Hardeeville, SC, Augusta, Georgia,
and Jacksonville, Florida. For appointments people
should call Maria in Hardeeville from 8am-2pm at
843-784-5077 or email her at
His fax number is
Dr. Norman Walton, Tennessee Valley Impairment Evaluation,
does impairment ratings: 865-588-7772 P.O. Box 71206, Knoxville, Tennessee 37938 or
Cold War Patriots also has a list of doctors who perform
impairment ratings. Call 888-903-8989 and ask for the
Home Health Care
Please note that EECAP does not evaluate or endorse home
health care providers and has no personal knowledge of some
of these businesses. It's important that you carefully
evaluate any professional service yourself before hiring
Critical Nurse Staffing (CNS) provides in-home health
care for former nuclear and uranium workers/contractors.
Their phone number is 1-877-259-9001.
Four Corners Health Care provides in-home health care
for nuclear weapons workers under EEOICPA. Their phone
number is 1-888-5395.
Nuclear Care Partners (NCP) provides in home assistance
to nuclear weapons workers and uranium miners under RECA and
EEOICPA. Their phone number is 888-525-5111.
Professional Case Management (PCM) provides home health
care for nuclear weapons workers under EEOICPA. Their phone
number is 1-888-916-8989.
Remain at Home Health Care provides in-home care to
nuclear workers under EEOICPA. Their phone number is
Trusted Ally Home Care in Denver Colorado provides
personal care to nuclear weapons workers under EEOICPA.
United Energy Workers Healthcare provides home health
services to EEOICPA and RECA beneficiaries under EEOICPA.
Their phone number is 1-800-314-2383.
Post '71 Uranium
Workers Committee of Grants, New Mexico works toward
adding RECA coverage for uranium miners, mill workers and
transporters who worked after 1971.
of Livermore, California works toward a nuclear free world
and helps EEOICPA claimants from Livermore Lab.
Groups with knowledge of EEOICPA issues
Cold War Patriots' Help Center maintains a list of
EEOICPA advocates from across the country. Call the
Help Center for assistance in finding the right advocate for
Anne K. Block of
Sick Energy Workers, LLC, is an advocate from Monroe,
Washington who helps assist claimants with EEOICPA and RECA
is a Portsmouth Ohio attorney who handles processing of EEOICPA claims.
Stephens and Stephens in Buffalo, New York handle
EEOICPA claims. Hugh Stephens also writes an
EEOICPA Blog with good information on EEOICPA.
Hugh Stephens also has a series of videos on EEOICPA on
Atomic Weapons Employee Consultants of St. Louis,
Missouri handles EEOICPA claims.