The pueblo community of Ohkay Owingeh is located in Rion Arriba County in Northern New Mexico, along the Rio Grande river. Rio Arriba County had the highest total drug overdose death rate (85.8 deaths per 1,000) among all New Mexico counties during 2011-2015. Unfortunately, because Ohkay Owingeh shares its exterior lands with seven Hispanic communities, including Espanola, NM, and has two major highways cutting through the boundaries, we have also experienced similar rates of drug overdose death rates. Overdose mortality rates in 2017 were (72 per 1,000). Ohkay Owingeh recognizes the need to take action and establish prevention initiatives and resources for treatment for our community members. The Ohkay Owingeh Na'invi Towa project, with direction from the community, will establish evidence-based practices assist those seeking opioid treatment services, while establishing strategies for marketing prevention and treatment messages for the community and strengthen the capacity of the youth by developing leadership skills and delivering early prevention education in schools. The project will target 500 community members in its first year and will reach 1000 community members by project end. We will measure our success through data collection from sign in sheets, referrals to our behavioral health programs, pre/post test and other qualitative and quantitative data. Successful outcomes include increased communication between community members increased understanding of opioid addiction as a chronic disease, increased support systems, and empowerment of community members to prevent substance abuse.