The proposed model is a holistic approach based on best practice research and according to federal guidelines for this grant, to achieve restoration to full healthy functioning and/or life-saving measures. Under this umbrella of care, early intervention and awareness are addressed, treatment assessment, referral stream, data collection and record keeping, treatment assessment and tools, treatment process, programing and trainings, effectiveness measures, outcome measures and discharge planning will be discussed. The tenets of the best practice for treating addiction as proposed are established by the American Society of Addiction Medicine. (ASAM). Outpatient treatment will be provided using programs such as Grinstead and Gorsky’s Relapse Prevention Model, Matrix Model, DBT skills, meditation, EMDR, and motivational interviewing. Using the guidelines of the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria each person will be assessed for the proper level of treatment and be given a recommendation for care, which may be as basic as early intervention, as brief education whereas diagnosis of substance abuse or dependence will require some level of treatment. Standard outpatient (SOP), intensive outpatient (IOP), residential services and/or hospitalization for detox.