The Yurok Tribe SAMHSA Native Connections (5) year grant, titled “Yurok Tribe Youth-At-Risk Program (YTYP)”, is to develop a Yurok Youth Tribal Action Plan (YTAP) in response to serve Yurok Tribal youth through the age of 24 who reside in Del Norte (DN) and Humboldt (HM) County of Northern California where in 2016 the Yurok Tribe declared a State of Emergency due to (7) youth committing suicide on the reservation in less than (18) month period. YTAP will have an emphasis on community engagement, improving coordination and communication between the Tribal and County agencies (United Indian Health Services (UIHS), School Districts, Sheriff, Courts, Probation, Health, Social Services (e.g. Child Welfare Services, Independent Living Program, Foster Care Services) and community coalitions, e.g. HM and DN RxSafe) in addressing needs of at risk youth and their families. YTAP will identify evidence based practices that ensure culturally and developmentally appropriate for population served in areas of youth life skills, family resiliency, peer based leadership and experiential development activities, and traditional healing approaches. The goal of this program is to identify, contact and provide services to youth-at-risk so that they do not enter the criminal justice system or attempt suicide. Approximately (20) at-risk youth will be served quarterly by the Program Director in community outreach activities, (12) at-risk youth with case management, referral services, and engagement leadership activities that are relevant, culturally and age appropriate annually. They will be managed by the case manager, totally (60) through the lifespan of this (5) grant.