Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse propose the LA CADA TREE PROJECT to provide substance abuse treatment, intervention, and wraparound services to the students of El Ranch Unified School District in Pico Rivera, CA. This unique program combines the Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral, & Treatment (SBIRT) and Recovery High School models to create a strategic community partnership that provides substance abuse services across the entire continuum of care. This project aims to reduce stigma through universal screening, prevention education, and health promotion; to recognize and provide early intervention with youth and their families; and provide on-site comprehensive treatment services, to integrate family support and wraparound services throughout the service to a full circle of peer recovery support system that normalizes sobriety and healthy lifestyle norms. The program will provide treatment services to no less than 450 students over the duration of the funded project. Objectives include long-term sobriety for youth completing treatment, increasing global family functioning from involvement in wraparound services, increase of evidence-based practices on campus, and the implementation of a peer-led recovery support system for the campus that is permanent and sustainable.