WellLife proposes to increase access to, as well as improve the quality of person and family centered, integrated primary care and behavioral health services for 450 unduplicated individuals, through the transformation to a CCBHC, providing a full continuum of evidence based, crisis intervention, treatment and recovery support services in Suffolk County, NY. The population of focus includes adults, families and veterans with diagnoses of serious mental illness (SMI), substance use disorders (SUD), opioid use disorders (OUD), and children 5+ with serious emotional disturbance (SED), as well as individuals with co-occurring mental and substance disorders (COD). Presently, WellLife Coram Center provides one stop shopping for mental health, addiction and recovery, care coordination, primary care, food pantry access, vocational services and a full array of children’s services all under one roof; additional staffing provided by the project will address system gaps and support full integration across the domains of services for SMI, SED, SUD, COD and primary health care. Located in the Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, the Coram Community Center is the only fully integrated behavioral health program in the CA, which has long been described as ground zero for the Long Island heroin/opiate epidemic. In addition, the COVID 19 pandemic worsened an already dire situation for child and adolescent behavioral health where data indicate an increase in anxiety, trauma and depression among young people, and a growing number of young people are coming to hospitals with dangerous psychiatric emergencies. A disproportionate number of these children come from communities of color — the same communities hit hardest by the pandemic. Equally devastating, one quarter of Long Island families are unable to find a mental health provider who takes their insurance. The goals include: Reduce mental health symptoms and substance use among the POF through the provision of timely, integrated assessments, person/family centered treatment planning and care, and outpatient behavioral health and substance use treatment services; Increase crisis stabilization among the POF through 24/7 access to crisis services; Provide Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (PRS) and recovery-based social support opportunities to increase employment, recovery capital, and sustained stabilization among the POF and increase the provision of integrated primary care screening and health monitoring services resulting in improved health among the POF. Evidence based practices include: Cognitive Behavioral Treatment, Seeking Safety, Motivational Interviewing, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, MAT, ACT, Trauma Informed Care and Family Psychoeducation. During Year I, WellLife will serve a minimum of 155 adults and 50 children, Year 2 185 adults and 60 children, Total: 340 adults and 110 children.