Southwest Behavioral Health Services, SBH is proposing a Comprehensive Opioid Recovery Center, CORC with an Integrated Systems Approach within Mohave County, Arizona. The proposal enhances capacity and service options in the small clinic SBH currently operates, targets those uninsured and underinsured, and reaches out from a Central Treatment Hub, the CORC, across systems and regional locations to integrate strengthen the County's ability to address worsening problems with its Opioid Epidemic; multiple internal provider locations, local hospitals, local Tribes, Police, Probation, Fire Department, Behavioral health Providers, and local community groups will participate. A Key problem issue in Mohave County is the large Rural Expanse of the region, scattered uncoordinated treatment efforts, and limited access to MAT services. Additional problems exist with economic repression and rising serious risk factors, crime and violence. The region is made up of the cities of Kingman, Bullhead City, Lake Havasu City, and Colorado City as well as 22 unincorporated communities, the Fort Mohave Indian Community, Hualapai Nation, and the Kaibab-Paiute Indian Community. In 2019, the death rate in Mohave County was 29.9 opioid overdose deaths per every 100K people in the County, 10.1 higher than the National Average of 19.8- Today's News-Herald May 13, 2019. Mohave County has been experiencing a long term study rise in mental health and substance abuse problems from 14 per 100K in the year 2000 to 24.7k per 100k in 2019. While general services, resource, access to mental health care, and MAT for Opioid treatment are severely limited, Opioid drugs are rampant. According to the CDC, U.S. County Prescribing Rates, 2017, area residents are being prescribed opiates at an alarming rate of 111.8 prescriptions per every 100 persons in the County. One for every man, woman, and child times 204,691 persons. The Goals of the Project are to expand capacity and services options with a holistic and enhanced comprehensive treatment clinic providing MAT services that address the needs of the whole person, individuals, families, and communities in order to help residents of Mohave County seek relief and recover. Services will include all MAT's currently available combined with best practice treatment options for Co-Occurring, Co-Morbid disorders, including recovery based housing resource, family services, community outreach, and much needed transportation services. Through coordination with many local community services, local health Indian health services and extensive outreach intervention planning, the project will be able to reach and provide services to the target population, better stabilize and follow through with families, and offer a viable community resource from which to fight back the Opioid Epidemic in Mohave County. The expected outcome is that the project will be able to reach and improve the lives of the County's most vulnerable and needy uninsured underinsured who have not before been able to access care for Opioid Use Disorders. The project will also enhance the County's ability to take back their community, focus more attention on creating healthier happier living for everyone.