The Holyoke Health Center’s (HHC) “Recovery Support Service” (RSS) project will establish strategies and collaborations that address the barriers in access to healthcare, which include Medication Assisted Treatment/Recovery (MAT/R) treatment, recovery support, and human services that impact Hispanic/Latinx, Black/African American, Indigenous and individuals in rural communities in Western Massachusetts, in order to facilitate access to long-term recovery for these communities. These populations experience disproportionate impacts related to substance use disorders, opioid use disorder, opioid overdose deaths, HIV/AIDS, HCV, mental health, and other related chronic health conditions. Guided by the four domains of recovery presented by SAMHSA (Health, Home, Purpose and Community), our proposed interventions are outlined in our 3 project goals: 1. Create a new space within the Holyoke Health Center’s facility that will house the RSS program overseen mainly by Recovery Coaches, which will enable people seeking and/or in recovery to build peer relationships, connect to the recovery community, increase recovery capital, and access long-term recovery; 2. Increase the capacity and expand the delivery of equitable MAT/R and other healthcare and wellness services, including smoking cessation treatment and support, to disproportionally impacted communities; and 3. Formally integrate additional mental health services and increase and establish formal collaborations with treatment, recovery supports, criminal justice, housing, employment and training providers. Examples of our measureable objectives for these goals include ensuring all staff are trained in various Evidence Based Practices by February 2022, offering smoking cessation services to 100% of individuals with nicotine dependence diagnosis in the MAT/R program by September 2022, and establishing new partnerships and collaborations with 10 health and human service providers by September 2022. Objectives for these goals are expected to be achieved by the first year of the project and enhanced throughout the years 2-5. We aim to serve 75 unique individuals on the first year and 100 individuals each year from years 2-5, for a total of 475 individuals accessing recovery support services and treatment.