Hakame Recovery Services is a peer recovery program which service to assist people with the desire to recovery access treatment, help people newly in recovery re enter the community, and those in recovery stay connected to sober support. The program also serves to raise awareness in the community about opioid and stimulant use disorders, and assist significant others with motivating their loved ones to enter treatment. The purpose of the Hakame Recovery is to implement a culturally appropriate community change model among the Long Island Native American community, specifically the Shinnecock Indian Nation to strengthen the capacity of tribal and local youth, health, and wellness organizations to delivery services. This model serves to remove barriers to care by providing a point of entry from people in recovery from opioids and stimulates and their families to navigate the behavioral health system. “Hakame” means welcome in the Shinnecock Language and is the vision for welcoming recoveree into a safe space where they will access to a vast network of behavioral health services including direct and indirect prevention services, wrap around support services, peer recovery group, and referrals to treatment. These Recovery Services will take the view that the community has the strengths and resiliencies within it reduce substance abuse challenges and activities will be informed by community knowledge. The Recovery Services’ role is to help facilitate the community change model.