Lower Sioux Indian Community is embarking on a public health approach to address MAT, suicide intervention and education on the life-saving drug Naloxone for opioid overdose. Through collaboration with existing medical and judicial system providers, integration of MAT has begun to provide a recovery approach to addressing opioid addiction. The MAT Coordinator provides coordination and case management services to clients participating in the MAT program overcoming opiate/alcohol addiction. The vision of this position is to build capacity with integrated medical, and behavioral health treatment as a MAT provider. Also coordinates suicide intervention efforts as part of the Zero Suicide model and naloxone education programming. Coordinates efforts between Lower Sioux Health Care Center, Woniya Kini Treatment Program and Carris Health MAT program. Position is employed by the Lower Sioux Health Care Center, wholly owned and operated by the Lower Sioux Indian Community in the State of Minnesota. Office space is located within the Lower Sioux Health Care Center.