Alcohol misuse is a collective term which includes the spectrum of alcohol consumption exceeding recommended limits established by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). Alcohol misuse includes hazardous or harmful drinking and alcohol abuse/dependence (Babor & Higgins-Biddle, 2001) and is associated with unintentional injuries, chronic liver disease and suicide in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations (Indian Health Service, 2010). Health care providers often have limited skills and training necessary for effective intervention of patients who misuse alcohol (Happell, Carta, & Pinikahana, 2002; Kaner, et. al, 2001). Further training is necessary to help increase health care providers’ ability to care for this patient population. The purpose of the current project is to provide Alcohol Screening, Brief Intervention (ASBI) training for health care providers at Fort Belknap Indian Health Service (IHS).