UMI served as the logistics coordinator between the ANA/Indian Health Services (IHS) and the Native American TCCC (Tribal Civilian Community Corps) programs throughout the United States. At various locations/sites an 8-10 day training program was delivered to the TCCC organization. This training included a 40 plus hour Medical First Responder program, CPR\ Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training, and a 24 hour Community Emergency Response Training Program (Cert). UMI provided training in Alaska, California, Arizona, and Minnesota with this program.

UMI also developed this program on the east coast and was responsible for the creation of a CERT/Medical backpack that was given to each participant. The backpack included many of the tools used in the CERT and First Response Medical Program. UMI also developed a large response kit for each TCCC location and response team, which included such items as an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), oxygen equipment, and a variety of other medical and first responder equipment.