1. MSTC’s TOR program will use a collaboration of different evidenced based programs, a prevention program, a treatment modality and an education program for our Suicide prevention, substance abuse prevention, addressing trauma, and mental health promotion. By using collaboration of programs, our community will benefit in numerous ways, and we will be able to accommodate different learning types and several levels of wellness. It is our community’s vision to provide our community with the skills to become stable adults in all areas of their lives. The goals of this program will be to bridge the community from our youth to our elders in a traditional manner that will allow the youth to heal and reconnect them to their culture. It will also allow our elders to share their knowledge of culture, healing and living a healthy life. The estimated number of unduplicated Individuals served with the grant funds in year 1 is approximately 60 individual and in year 2 is a total of 100 individuals. Our program will collaborate with a community program that offers suboxone, this program will be a referral resource for the individuals who are in need of medically assisted treatment. The treatment of participating individuals is extremely critical for the success of this project. Our program will focus on the treatment of participating induvial and will address housing needs and will focus on family issues such as reunification of children who may be in foster care while a parent is receiving treatment, the project will also be able to refer to outpatient, intensive outpatient or other hospital levels of care as needed.