The Matanuska-Susitna Borough (MSB) is the fastest growing region in the State of Alaska and covers an area of about 23,000 square miles. Since the year 2000, the MSB has doubled in population size and is the fastest growing region in the state. The Chickaloon Native Village resides within the MSB and its service area encompasses nearly half of the borough. This broad area of coverage and the rapidly increasing population present unique challenges to increasing service and resource accessibility, especially for those residing in rural communities and who are struggling with Substance Use Disorders. Currently, the Chickaloon Native Village (CNV), has implemented a Tribal Opioid Response Program in an effort to connect our community and Tribal members to services they might not otherwise receive through partnerships with organizations like Southcentral Foundation (SCF) and Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC). The aim of this project is to again meet our Tribal and community members where they are by assisting those who are experiencing Opioid Use Disorder and Stimulant Use Disorder in accessing services and resources that are evidence-based and culturally appropriate while remaining in their community. In order to meet this goal, CNV plans to further develop and expand current TOR programming while maintaining current partnerships between CNV and existing community partners. Chickaloon Native Village plans to use this additional funding to expand the current service array to include substance use counseling services, outreach, education, and preventative activities, within the Chickaloon Native Village community for all community members that are evidence based and culturally appropriate to the CNV community.