Recovery Resource Center, a division of RESOURCE in partnership with African American Family Services is proposing to implement Building Resilient Families the first Minnesota residential treatment program specializing in family treatment for African American and multiracial pregnant and parenting women, in collaboration with the RRC Mothers Achieving Recovery for Family Unity treatment support and recovery maintenance Network of Care. The target population is 125 African American and multi-racial pregnant and parenting women, and their children ages 0-17. (Year 1= 35; Year 2 & 3 = 45 families/ year). The geographic target is Hennepin County, Minnesota (16th largest in the nation), including the city of Minneapolis. The purpose of this integral project is to provide trauma-informed, culturally-specific residential substance abuse/ co-occurring disorders (COD) treatment for the target population. Building Resilient Families will Decrease use and abuse of alcohol and drugs; Improve birth outcomes and healthy pregnancies; Improve the mental, chemical, and physical health of women and their children; Improve family functioning and quality of life; and Decrease family violence.