The substance use disorder system in Michigan started a recovery transformation process over four years ago. Since that time, a cross section of stakeholders have been working throughout the state to advance the development of a recovery-oriented system of care. Despite changing organizational structures and priorities, the work related to ROSC has remained a consistent focus. During the upcoming ONDCP ROSC learning community call, team members from Michigan will describe some of their initial efforts to get started and will also discuss successes, lessons learned and current challenges. The team will also describe how their efforts to develop a ROSC have influenced their more recent initiatives that are focused on the integration of behavioral health and primary care services.