The Education Department of the Nez Perce Tribe is applying for funding assistance over the next five years to establish a comprehensive program of cultural and life skills activities as a preventative measure to help build wellness and resiliency among Tribal youth and their families on the Nez Perce Reservation in north central Idaho. The project will be implemented as a key part of the Education Department's Students for Success program, which has been in place for several years in with a proven track record in prevention of tobacco use and in promotion of healthy lifestyles. At least 250 unduplicated participants will become engaged with the program each year over the next five years, which will include curricula relevant to Nez Perce culture in traditional dance, games, fishing, and the gathering and uses of Native plants, as well as sessions throughout the year in regalia making to strengthen identify with Tribal culture. Additionally, Gathering of Native Americans camps will be held for Nez Perce families each year with motivational presenters on the importance of living a lifestyle in balance with wellness, personal empowerment, and connection to Tribal community. Partners to the project include Nez Perce Social Services, Law and Justice, and Behavioral Health programs and collaboration will occur with other Tribes in the CDC grantee cohort. Outreach to engage Tribal members in participation will be conducted through Tribal print and on line services, Tribal radio, and social media. Planning for post-grant sustainability will occur in Years Four and Five.