This plan of action would begin with a group and facility placed in or near every reservation through government funds. This plan of action would begin with a group and facility placed in or near every reservation through government funds. To begin, each person will be assigned a buddy, a volunteer, who has been sober from drugs and alcohol. It is much easier to connect to and receive help from someone when they know where you have been. Next this buddy will guide them through the program and hold them accountable. In the program, each individual will have access to recreational therapy. Being able to immerse themselves in a new hobby like painting, pottery, music, and other recreational therapies will help keep them distracted and focused on something other than drugs or alcohol. Again to keep the costs of this program low, the recreational therapies and self formed groups will be led by volunteers. After someone has completed the program, they have been sober for two consecutive years and they have been able to continue in a recreational outlet. Once the two year program is complete, they will be eligible to continue working in the program and become a buddy themselves. This is the beauty of the system. The individual who has found resilience will beable to turn around and help others out of where they just came from. Accountability and the ability to connect with someone is so important to recovery.