Summary of Project: As a qualified local government behavioral health authority with 41 years of proven expertise serving the populations of focus in Northeast Mississippi, LifeCore Health Group and DCOs will implement a CCBHC to transform community behavioral health systems in Lee County and expand access to quality care by strengthening infrastructure and advancing trauma-informed integrated care delivering comprehensive person-centered and family-centered coordinated behavioral health services. Name: LifeCore CCBHC-PDI. Populations of focus: Adults with a mental or substance use disorder, including those with SMI, SUD, including opioid use; children/adolescents with SED; adults and adolescents with COD; and adults, children/adolescents experiencing a mental health and/or substance use-related crisis, including members of the armed forces, veterans and families: Prioritized access to address behavioral health disparities: 52% Female; 47% Male; 1% Transgender; 30% African American; 1% Multiracial; 2% Hispanic/Latinx; 2% veterans/armed forces; 2% HIV/Hepatitis+; and 45% COD. Strategies: 1) Planning, development, and implementation of a CCBHC model meeting CCBHC Certification Criteria, 2) Providing in-person and telehealth videoconferencing trauma-informed integrated care, including outreach, screening, assessment, outpatient MH/SUD/COD treatment, care coordination, and recovery supports based on the needs assessment aligned with CCBHC services; 3) Improving access and expanding wraparound recovery-oriented peer supports for SMI/SED/SUD/COD consumers. EBPs: MI; S-BIRT; CBT; TF-CBT; Rx for Change: Clinician-Assisted Tobacco Cessation; Disease Management; EMDR; ACT; Long Acting Injectables-Medical Evaluation/Management; Peer Support Services; WRAP. Goals: 1) Plan, develop and implement CCBHC services increasing access to and availability of high-quality services responsive to emerging needs in Lee County; 2) Support recovery from mental health and substance use disorder challenges via comprehensive community-based mental and substance use disorder treatment and peer recovery supports partnering with DCOs to promote whole-person wellness and recovery; 3) Use trauma-informed, evidence-based practices and team-based care coordination to holistically address person-centered treatment; 4) Facilitate CQI strategies to proactively measure, monitor and improve the quality of services that inform treatment, clinical decision-making, evaluation and sustainability; 5) Involve consumers/family in their own care and the governance of the CCBHC; 6) Improve primary health/behavioral health treatment outcomes and address health-related disparities. Measurable Objectives: 1) 100% timely submission of BHDIS and CCBHC Attestation; 2) Increase DCOs by 10% annually; 3) 100% accurate diagnosis and access to person-centered family-driven treatment; 4) 80% consumers report high perception of care; 5) 51% consumer governance; 6a)100% will receive physical health measurements, lab testing and physical examination; 6b) 80% will improve mental health functioning; 6c) 80% will reduce substance use; 6d) 80% will improve employment status; 6e) 80% will improve housing stability. #Served: 75 (Year 1) 10 children/adolescents; 65 adults; (Years 2-4); 175-150 adults; 25 children/adolescents = 600 total.