In 2017, the Green Bay Comprehensive Treatment Center, which specifically treats individuals addicted to morphine, prescription pain medications and heroin, reported servicing 120 Native American clients, 80 of which were Oneida Tribal members. The goal of our staff from the Tribal Action Plan is to reduce the risk of intentional opioid misuse among our Oneida Nation Community. It is our intent to increase the knowledge and use of culturally appropriate interventions and to increase the education, knowledge and the increased use of medicine-assisted treatment (MAT) within our community. Furthermore, to increase the overall education and intervention so that this strategy will help our community will become a more ?healthier? community. The education of MAT is also currently lacking and would need to be implemented so that our tribal members know what it is and how it can help a person. Educating individuals or family members could help to push their loved ones that are affected with opioid use to want to try it to get help for themselves. We plan on coordinating this initiative with the Behavioral Health Department by planning and coordinating educational activities pertaining to MAT.