The South Southwest MHTTC hosted the State Spotlight Series: Native American Peer Recovery and the Value of Connection on July 28 from 1:30-2:30 CST. Lyndi Seabolt and Casey Ward-Freeman facilitated this session on how the recovery process is unique for Native Americans and the importance of culture in peer services. It explored the history of Native peer support and the progress of peer programs in Oklahoma. This session highlighted the importance of the culture, connection, and decolonization by examining The Indian Country Peer Recovery Specialist ECHO program (Peer ECHO). A sample Peer ECHO case presentation was discussed during this presentation.