Pascua Yaqui Tribal Opioid Response, PYTOR, Prevention Project. The PYTOR is seeking to continue its efforts related to the provision of prevention services in the tribal community. This grant requests consideration to continue current efforts and to expand the scope of our services to include issues related to stimulants as well as expands the scope services to include the New Pascua Reservation as well as the Guadalupe Pueblo located outside of Phoenix Arizona. The tribe with an enrollment of over 21,000 enrolled members fits the Tier 5 allocation table.(see attached) This request is for $340,000 for the enhancement and development of comprehensive treatment support services in the tribal communities, Sewa Uusim continues as the lead agency and will expand tribal Health Department Services to include Guadalupe. We will complete strategic plan and address gaps in services implemented workforce development activities, develop effective prevention strategies for elders and youth and general community. The Goal includes reduction of opioid and stimulant drug abuse throughout the tribal community, through provision of culturally appropriate; community awareness workshops and materials on the dangers, interventions and treatment resources. Objectives include; continue dissemination of information of the prevention efforts, additional community drop boxes overseen by DEA/LE to be placed in the community, additional naloxone units placed with each safety/medical box location in each health facility and at community sites, distribution of two elders of medication disposal bags, doubling workshops to be realigned to include new issues surrounding opioids as well as stimulants abuse in order to educate the community related to the dangers, resources and emergency response capability of the community to help reduce drug use as well as to save the lives of those impacted by addiction. PYT Health Department already operates a MAT project which oversees approximately 200 individuals, and also provides a third-party reimbursement mental health treatment component which provides services in both communities. The ability to move from our current SAMHSA-TOR grant two an expansion of PYTOR will provide non-duplicated the comprehensive prevention services, providing 4 FTE staff who will provide a strategic planning process, in the first 90 days update and conduct needs capacity assessment within the Guadalupe area and will focus through an advisory committee on gaps and resources which will help create a more holistic cultural and value-based array of services to treat those impacted by substance use. PYTOR will reach over 300 individuals with twelve workshops annually and using technology options with tribal youth group support will create 3 PSA’ s for the tribal wide Web and radio wave radio station and 4 U-Tube videos for youth by youth at each community helping to reach an additional 800 individuals tribal wide. We will comply with all TOR expectations build upon our strategic plan and respond to all financial considerations laid out in the FOA.