According to the CDC, in 2018, the leading cause of death for young children was unintentional injuries, with motor vehicle traffic being number 1 for ages 1-9. White Earth has had the privilege of having a car seat program in place for several years. Over the past 3 years, the White Earth car seat program has an average distribution rate of around 250 car seats on the Reservation and educating around 270 community members in a year. However, the White Earth Police Department had 76 child passenger safety citations in the past year, demonstrating the need for continued education and availability of age-appropriate car seats. White Earth’s aim is by the end of the 5-year project; there will be 1in 5 children or 20% increase in the number of children 0-8 riding in age-appropriate car seats on the White Earth Reservation. Thus, the injury prevention program will target caregivers living on the Reservation who need a car seat and educate all community members by running a campaign for appropriate car seat use. To reach this goal, it is vital that certified passenger safety (CPS) technicians are out in the communities providing car seat clinics on a routine basis. These car seat clinics allow a time to provide education, observe the child in their car seat, and provide a car seat as needed. White Earth also proposes to create a coalition among other programs that have the same goal around keeping children safe. Building a coalition benefits community members because we can strengthen our resources since all members have the same goal. Through community surveys, clinics, and mass media, White Earth will be able to increase the awareness about the importance of car seat passenger use. By meeting the objectives, White Earth has the potential to save the lives of community members by raising awareness.