The Osborne Association/Osborne Treatment Services (Osborne) proposes to serve 80 minority women annually who have been involved with the criminal justice or child welfare systems. The proposed program, La Fuente, will serve predominantly Latina and African American women in New York City (NYC) through gender-responsive substance abuse treatment, HIV/HVC/STI risk reduction services, and interventions to address these women's common experiences of trauma and domestic violence. Through this proposed expansion, these women's access to effective treatment and risk reduction services will significantly increase through innovative outreach efforts and program design modifications that will attract criminal justice/family court-involved women, including women currently or formerly incarcerated, on community supervision or with family court cases involving abuse and neglect, primarily as a result of substance use. The program is centered in proven cognitive behavioral evidence-based interventions: Motivational Interviewing, Seeking Safety, and Sisters Informing Sisters on Topics about AIDS (SISTA). The goals of the project are to: 1) expand Osborne's substance abuse treatment program; 2) increase participants' knowledge of HIV/HVC/STIs, improve their ability to recognize their personal risks, and develop strategies for protecting their health; 3) reduce participants' drug and alcohol use through gender-responsive, culturally-appropriate, evidence-based interventions; 4) strengthen Osborne's capacity to screen for and effectively address participants' co-occurring mental health disorders and experience of trauma and domestic violence, and increase participants' ability to identify violence in their lives and cope with trauma in healthy ways; 5) increase HIV/HVC/STI testing among participants; and 6) promote participants' stability, safety, and independence through additional wrap-around employment, education, benefits enrollment and family services.