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Families Against Narcotics is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.

From time to time, FAN has job opportunities available. All open positions will be posted on this page. If there are no jobs posted, please keep checking back.​

Peer Recovery Coach (Lead)

Families Against Narcotics is looking to hire a Peer Recovery Coach (Lead) to provide support services to participants and support and leadership to other Peer Recovery Coaches on the team. Duties will include providing support services in person, by phone, and in the community setting; responding to clients' concerns by identifying, developing, and expanding upon their strengths and capacities; assisting clients in accessing and effectively using community resources related to housing, medical care, education, vocational training, and access to social, spiritual, or leisure activities, etc., before, during, and after services; providing presentations, group facilitation, and training within the community as needed; performing case management and monthly case reviews for up to 10 Peer Recovery Coaches; and more. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 years in recovery and 1 year of addiction counseling experience.


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Director of Integrated Behavioral Health Initiatives

Families Against Narcotics is seeking a Director of Integrated Behavioral Health Initiatives to oversee the implementation and management of the "Creating Statewide Community Partnerships: Spanning Boundaries Between Public Health, Emergency Housing, and Criminal Justice" project funded by the National Institute of Health Community Partnerships to Advance Science for Society (ComPASS). This initiative aims to make significant strides in promoting health and preventing disease among disproportionately impacted populations by addressing structural factors that perpetuate health disparities. This individual will play a pivotal role in leading a team to bridge gaps between public health, emergency housing, and criminal justice to address behavioral health challenges across Michigan. They will lead the project's direction and execution, ensuring alignment with the overarching goals and objectives at FAN; and coordinate and manage multiple initiatives simultaneously, while developing comprehensive strategic plans in tandem with the three-phase structure of the ComPASS program. The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work, psychology, health administration, or related fields (Master’s degree preferred), as well as a minimum of 5 years of experience in project management, particularly within the healthcare, public health, or social services sector.

For more information about this position, or to apply, click on the link below to be taken to FAN's job postings on

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Community Education Coordinator

Families Against Narcotics is hiring a Community Education Coordinator to provide professional training and education relative to prescription drug misuse (PDM) and the proper use of naloxone (Narcan) overdose reversal medication. This person's duties will include hosting training and educational sessions weekly; assisting with development of educational materials and presentations; and coordinating with community partners on training logistics, including set-up times, locations and required supplies. They will also engage with community members at educational tabling events; foster relationships with community groups, coalitions, churches, etc., to promote FAN programs; and distribute naloxone kits and Deterra medication disposal bags following training within the community. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in human services or a related field, with a minimum of 2 years combined work and volunteer experience in a community education and training program. They will also possess strong interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills and be comfortable with public speaking.

For more information about this position, or to apply, click on the link below to be taken to FAN's job postings on

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Peer & Family Recovery Coaches (PRCs & FRCs)

Families Against Narcotics is looking for Peer and Family Recovery Coaches to assist us across the state. These individuals must have CCAR Certification, or be willing to complete CCAR certification within the first month of hire. (FAN would be willing to provide training for the right candidates.) PRCs will be connected to and work with individuals who are struggling with substance use disorder; FRCs will be connected to and work with family members who have been impacted by a loved one's addiction. The goal of both is to help people navigate the road to recovery walking side-by-side with them and sharing knowledge and lived experience.

For more information about these contract positions, or to apply, click on the link below to be taken to FAN's job postings on

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Volunteer Family Support Group Facilitators (Stronger Together)

FAN is looking for volunteer facilitators for its Stronger Together family and friends support group program. Stronger Together brings help, healing, and hope to families impacted by a loved one’s addiction. The groups follow a recovery program specifically designed to meet the needs of family members. Stronger Together meetings feature a conversation-style format, allowing participants to share knowledge, experience, and resources.  Online groups meet twice monthly. Facilitators must have lived experience as the family member of an individual with substance use disorder. The facilitator role is a volunteer position. If interested, email a letter detailing your experience/qualifications to

Hope Not Handcuffs VISTA Opportunity

For more details about this position, and for information on how to apply, click the link below.

Hope Not Handcuffs VISTA (position is through AmeriCorps/PAARI)

Internship Opportunities

Are you interested in working for Families Against Narcotics and learning firsthand what a nonprofit that helps individuals and families affected by addiction is all about? Then you're in luck, because we're looking for interns! To be considered, please fill out and submit THIS FORM and someone will be in touch with you soon.​

Volunteer Opportunities

For more information on becoming a volunteer for FAN, click HERE.

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