Fairbanks Native Association (FNA), in partnership with tribal Health Corporation Tanana Chiefs Conferences, proposes a dual tribal infrastructure development/treatment expansion program for transitional aged youth ages 16-25. FNA proposes to expand and improve co-occurring outpatient treatment by assuring tribal-wide access to evidence-based assessment, treatment models and recovery services supported by strengthening the existing infrastructure. The program is conceptualized to be a Health and Wellness Program for transitional aged youth, free from substance use through an infrastructure that supports effective treatment and recovery support services. FNA will expand treatment, strengthen an existing Interagency Transition Council, train and expand the workforce, implement financial mechanisms, develop family/youth representation throughout the infrastructure and continuum of care, and integrate and disseminate evidence-based practices. The Health and Wellness program will be embedded in FNA's Youth and Young Adult Services unit, which is currently composed of three separate SAMHSA grants that focus on youth, transitional aged youth and infrastructure development. The result of these grants will be a new tribal infrastructure with an Interagency Transition Council and Youth Councils making decisions for youth and transitional aged youth as well as providing substance abuse and mental health prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery support services through an infrastructure focused on joint solutions to existing challenges. FNA recognizes that supplantation of funds is a concern with interrelated grants and is putting tested mechanisms in place to assure non-supplantation. FNA will utilize staff activity logs to indicate all staff activity by program, type of services and amount of services. The need for the program is overwhelming, with transitional aged youth experiencing high rates of substance abuse, epidemic suicide and mental health disorders.