The Comanche Nation is a federally recognized tribe located in Comanche County, Oklahoma. The cycle of addiction, poverty, crime, and intergenerational trauma has led to a complete breakdown of individual and family relationships extending across generations within our tribal community. A leading cause of substance abuse addition and the addiction crisis has reached an all-time high, with usage prevalent in an alarming 7 out of 10 homes. With this funding, the Comanche Nation will incorporate programming that will identify tribal members who have been impacted as a result of stimulant, opioid, and other drug use. The Comanche Nation Prevention and Recovery Program will implement the Red Road Recovery Project within the local community to provide needed services to those suffering from Substance Use Disorder. The overarching program goal is to create an interconnected and streamlined system of care for tribal members, their families, and the local community. Concentrated efforts will be placed on prevention, workforce development, and treatment and recovery. Prevention initiatives will include training Peer Recovery Support Specialists to work within the community to aid those in the recovery process. Medical and behavioral health education will encompass providing professional education and training to identify and refer individuals suffering from substance use disorder. Residential treatment, medication assisted treatment, reintegration services and wraparound services will be provided to individuals suffering from Substance Use Disorder. The Comanche Nation will also work to identify and analyze local data sources in an effort to provide community education addressing the stimulant epidemic within the local and surrounding communities. Collaborative community partnerships will be sought out and developed in order for the Comanche Nation to effectively engage within the community. Training for key stakeholders and community partners will be provided in an effort to identify and refer tribal members who have been impacted by stimulant, opioid, and other substance use. Training will also include components to understand the addiction of stimulants and the devastating impact and consequences on the entire family. Identifying and engaging community partners will allow for appropriate and necessary referrals to be made in an effort to maximize all existing local resources. The project will serve a minimum of 30 in the initial year, 30 in the second year for a minimum total of 60 served. Funding for the Red Road Recovery Project will provide the Comanche Nation the ability to combat the stimulant and opioid crisis and consequential destruction of substance use, restoring our people, families, and community to an esteemed state.