ADMH will address populations across the continuum to ensure opioid and stimulants use problems are met. Statewide initiatives will focus on individuals across the lifespans and communities that have been identified as at risk populations for prevention, treatment and recovery services. ADMH SOR3 target populations as related to treatment or recovery support services is all individuals statewide, diagnosed with an opioid or stimulant use disorder and in need of treatment or recovery support services. The target population will include those individuals who cannot afford substance use treatment either with or without MOUDs. Regarding prevention services, the targeted regions will have a high concentrations of individuals with significant health disparities, elevated levels of substance use, poverty, and less access to care resulting in poorer behavioral health outcomes. The populations of focus will be across the lifespan, with particular focus on young adults aged 18 to 25 and older adults aged 50+ with a specific focus on underserved rural areas within the state. Over the course of the two year project, ADMH will served 4000 individuals in treatment, 200 in recovery support services, and 490,319 in prevention services. The goals of the program are: 1) prevent and reduce opioid and stimulant misuse in communities with health disparities and improve prevention capacity, coordination and infrastructure at state and community levels; 2) increase access to and knowledge of MAT and treatment of stimulant use disorders; 3) increase the number of specialty populations receiving treatment and recovery support services; 4) expand peer and recovery support services in rural and urban target areas; 5) improve data collection for OUDs and stimulant use disorders by implementing a new data system and by increasing the data contained within the CDR; and 6) expand the use of harm reduction interventions including naloxone and fentanyl test strip distribution.