The Clinic for Education, Treatment and Prevention of Addiction (CETPA), Inc. proposes to improve and expand treatment and communication to persons who may not have access to treatment and a full range of health services due to language barriers (Spanish), geographic, socioeconomic and/or psychosocial issues that can impact negatively on their living conditions, financial situation and family responsibilities. Through technology that can be accessed from home or from smart phones and other portable technology and related e-therapy tools, CETPA will be able to address the needs of individuals living in rural areas and those with special needs such as the elderly, LGBT individuals, persons with co-occurring disorders, and ethnic and racial minorities. Service will be provided to new clients, current clients identified to do well in a virtual environment, and clients who may have stopped coming to or are having a difficult time completing treatment due to problems with transportation, childcare, economic/financial constraints or other barriers. Over three years, CETPA anticipates serving 65 individuals. Recovery Support Staff and/or Certified Peer Specialists will be trained to perform community outreach programs to introduce the proposed technology to individuals admitted to this program. CETPA will provide culturally sensitive, bilingual, evidence-based treatment services aimed at: reducing alcohol use, substance use and mental health problems; increasing access, compliance and retention of Latino clients to and in care; and enhancing and expanding the capacity of and access to substance abuse treatment and co-occurring disorders care for underserved Latinos in the State of Georgia by using technology assisted care to address cultural, linguistic, financial, geographic and transportation, barriers, as well as a lack of adequate licensed, Latino service providers.