Community Mental Health of Ottawa County's (CMHOC) CCBHC expansion will improve and expand coordination of care and whole person wellness for individuals in Ottawa County who are living with or at risk of developing severe mental illness, severe emotional disorders and/or substance use disorders. CMHOC is responsible for screening, assessment, and direct service provision of a comprehensive array of community-based specialty behavioral health services, which include all nine of the core CCBHC services. Individuals living in this area have numerous social and economic factors impacting their health and well-being including poverty, poor general health status, chronic health conditions, health risk behaviors, and difficulties accessing adequate and coordinated primary care and behavioral health services. The ration of mental health providers to population in Ottawa County is 1:640, nearly half Michigan's average of 1:330. CMHOC is the primary Mental Health Services Provider for people with SMI who are enrolled in Medicaid, uninsured, or underinsured in Ottawa County. CMHOC's CCBHC Expansion will improve clinical pathways for individuals with health conditions and high-risk health behaviors and will increase the use of evidence-based health interventions such as the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) or the peer led WRAP program. CMHOC will integrate evidence-based interventions to address chronic health conditions facing our community including obesity, tobacco use, and pre-diabetes/diabetes. CMHOC will also implement evidence-based practices for youth and families with SUD or co-occurring SUD/MI needs; expand access to Medication Assisted Treatment, expand access tp psychiatric services for individuals with mild-to-moderate mental health and SUD conditions; and increase evidence-based services to individuals with co-occurring SUD/MI needs.