The five tribal communities in Maine, Aroostook Band of Micmac; Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians; Passamaquoddy – Pleasant Point; Passamaquoddy – Indian Township; and Penobscot Nation, are known as the Wabanaki, the People of the First Light- located in Maine’s three most rural counties: Penobscot, Washington, and Aroostook Counties. The impacts of generational trauma, oppression, racism, and other societal challenges are clearly visible and felt in tribal communities in Maine. Overall life expectancy for Wabanaki people is approximately 50 years of age, more than 20 years less than their non-Native Maine counterparts. Native American (NA) adults also report higher rates of substance use disorder, drug-related mortality, commercial tobacco use, behavioral health disorders, and many chronic health conditions. For this project, we are proposing a project that will provide continual substance use recovery services to tribal citizens primarily in Maine, as well as throughout them greater New England area. This Wellness Center would be the first of its kind, a collaborative effort between each Tribe in Maine, offering the first treatment and recovery services in Maine for indigenous people.