The New York Archdiocese Drug Abuse Prevention Program (ADAPP) will post employment opportunities for caring clinicians who are seeking positions in safe supportive environments throughout New York City, including Staten Island, Manhattan, Bronx and the northern counties extending through Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Rockland, Ulster and Sullivan.

ADAPP has been serving youth, families, schools and communities for over 40 years. We seek to employ primarily Masters level Social Workers and Guidance Counselors with relevant internships and/or experience with substance abuse prevention. Recent graduates are encouraged to apply for posted positions.

ADAPP provides a liberal salary, excellent training and supervision and comprehensive medical and dental coverage.


We currently have two job openings:

Substance Abuse Prevention Educator

Dynamic position for a Substance Abuse Prevention Educator with ADAPP to work in Catholic Schools in NYC and the Bronx. Responsibilities include: implement evidence based substance and violence prevention program for youth that promote social and emotional skills, actively participate in supervision and training and prepare written reports.

Bachelor of Science Degree in a health related field, teaching experience-formal and informal, strong written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills and ability to travel to multiple work sites. Experience with children/adolescents and knowledge of substance abuse prevention a plus. Safe supportive environment, generous summer vacation and excellent supervision and training. Email resumes to: hr@adapp.org.


Social Worker

The Archdiocese of NY Drug Abuse Prevention Program, a school-based substance abuse prevention program, has an elementary school social worker position available in NYC. LCSW or LMSW Exp w/youth & substance abuse prevention a plus. $44,000. Generous summer vacation, health benefits and excellent supervision and training. Email resume to: hr@adapp.org







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