The TCC System of Care for the Yukon Koyuk Subregion will enhance TCC's culturally appropriate SOC model which directly addresses trauma on individual, family, and community levels and expand the TCC SOC model to other communities by formalizing the TCC processes, systems, and policies. By enhancing and expanding the TCC SOC model, we will prevent and reduce negative impacts of trauma and historical trauma; thereby improving overall community mental health throughout the Yukon Koyukuk sub-region. Our project has four primary goals. First, this project will solidify the TCC SOC model for replication throughout the YK subregion by integrating SOC principles (interagency collaboration, individualized strengths-based, culturally competent, involving family and youth, community-based, and accountable) throughout the TCC SOC policies and practices. We will review policies and systems related to: TCC BH Services, local crisis response team, local advisory council, parent/family activities, youth activities, Whole Family Approach, advisory board, and developing MOAs with partners. Second, we will expand and strengthen community capacity to support youth at risk and their families. We believe that cultural healing will strengthen our region’s capacity to support youth at risk and their families. Cultural healing is examining the effects of historical trauma on the community, families, and our way of life; asking the community what were the traumatic events that occurred here? How did the community respond? What were the resiliency strategies that allowed the community to survive? What is healthy living from an Indigenous Alaska Native approach. Our objectives focus on facilitating cultural healing. Cultural healing is connecting people to their cultural identify through understanding traditions, customs, and practices. Third, we will improve services focused on engaging family and community in high-quality, effective, culturally competent services and supports focuses on providing mechanisms to increase parental/family collaboration to enhance youth outcomes. This goal will address an important gap we identified: most families do not engage in services when their child is receiving mental health services. We believe that when families engage in services with their children the child and family’s outcomes improve. Our objectives describe the impact we believe will occur for youth when we provide Whole Family services and training to parents, family members, and community in terms of youth entering and completing therapy and participating in non-traditional mental health services and supports. Finally, we will enhance, expand, and sustain training to support TCC SOC model in the TCC region to address the overall lack of access to a spectrum of effective community-based services and supports for children and youth at risk or with SED and their families in our SOC communities. Our objectives are focused on training SOC staff to build community capacity, ensure community-based services, and to implement evidence-based practices with consistent fidelity. TCC Behavioral Health Services (BHS) will provide evidence-based and culturally competent mental health services to children with SED that reflect principles of trauma informed care. Our key partners include Tribal Workforce Development Services, Yukon-Koyukuk School District, TCC Infant Learning Program and Head Start, TCC Wellness and Prevention Program, local Elders and youth, State of Alaska Office of Children's Services, and our city and Tribal Councils.