Miguel Flores, Jr., LISAC (he/him), is a patient and community advocate. He works with Native American youth, is a traditional healer and counselor, and, in addition to Spanish, speaks traditional Native languages. Miguel is a licensed independent substance abuse counselor in Arizona. He is a proud member of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe and the Tohono O’odham Nation, a husband, a father, an artist, a healer, a counselor, and a teacher. He is a community leader, a member of the Community Advisory Board of the University of Arizona’s Native American Research and Training Center, and a member of the All of Us Research Program’s Participant Engagement Board. For the past 26 years, Miguel has provided spiritual leadership and traditional medicine for the Tohono O’odham Nation and the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. He has a 28-year career in behavioral health providing services for the people, particularly youth. As the CEO and owner of his own business, Holistic Wellness Counseling & Consultant Services, Miguel is able to coordinate a team of traditional healers, acupuncturists, counselors, and artists to provide holistic health care services.