The Archdiocese of New York 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 51 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 is a NYS approved provider for obtaining the LCSW and the LMHC as well as an approved Continuing Education provider for both disciplines.

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

ADAPP is an approved employer for Student Loan Forgiveness Program and NYS Health Care and Mental Hygiene Worker Bonus (HWB) Program.


Job Openings:


ADAPP has Clinical Social Worker positions open in Catholic Elementary and High Schools located in the Bronx, Westchester, Rockland and Dutchess Counties.

Who We Need:

We are seeking dedicated individuals to provide prevention and intervention services in elementary and high schools to provide:

  • Substance abuse and violence prevention/intervention and educational services
  • Screenings, assessments and referrals
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Crisis intervention
  • Classroom education
  • Parent and faculty workshops

Advantages of working with ADAPP:

  • Weekly supervision for progress toward clinical licensure
  • Weekly group supervision
  • Extensive training opportunities
  • Robust opportunity for career development/professional development (continuing education credits)
  • Safe, supportive environment

Required Criteria:

Master’s degree in Social Work or Mental Health Counseling; Marriage/Family Therapy or other related degree.

Preferred Criteria:

  • Knowledge of working with youth and substance abuse


  • $62,000
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Pension
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Tax Deferred Annuity

Job Type: Full-Time
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Clinical Social Work Supervisor

ADAPP is seeking a dynamic Clinical Social Work Supervisor to join our team of compassionate prevention counselors providing service in Catholic elementary and high schools.

The regional office for this position is located in Pine Bush, a hamlet located in the town of Crawford, in Orange County.  The Clinical Supervisor provides supervision and support to counselors in schools within the following counties: Northern Westchester, Dutchess, Rockland, Orange and Ulster.

Who We Need:

We are seeking a dedicated individual to provide clinical and administrative supervision of school-based substance misuse prevention counselors and to:

  • Ensure prevention activities meet agency and funders standards.

Required Qualifications:

  • LCSW a must
  • Minimum of 5 years experience
  • Knowledge of substance misuse prevention, mental health and clinical work with youth a plus

Compensation:  $70,500

  • Generous Paid Time Off package
  • Superior health benefits
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Life
  • Pension
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • TDA
  • Excellent supervision and training
  • Safe and supportive environment

Schedule: Monday to Friday

Education:   Master's (Required)

Experience:   Clinical counseling: 5 years (Required)

License/Certification:   LCSW (Required)

Work Location: In person (office in Pine Bush, NY)

Job Type: Full-Time
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Community Coalition Organizer - TNCAP (Part-time)

ADAPP is seeking a Part-Time (21 hours) Community Coalition Organizer for the Throggs Neck
Community Action Partnership (TNCAP). TNCAP is a community-based coalition mobilizing
key leaders and residents to implement environmental strategies to reduce and prevent underage
drinking and substance use in the Northeast (Throggs Neck) section of the Bronx. This dynamic
position plays a key role in developing meaningful community-wide, evidence-based
environmental strategies directly linked to the risk and protective factors related to reducing
substance use among youth and adults. Duties of the Community Coalition Organizer include
needs assessment, surveys, strategic planning including a logic model, action plan and cultural
responsiveness plan, health disparities impact statement, outcome data, member recruitment and
retention, coordination of coalition meetings, implementation of initiatives, and assisting with
reporting requirements for federal, state, and local funders. Other duties include managing
coalition communications, planning and implementing substance use prevention campaigns and
ensuring that the coalition is meeting the goals of the grant by monitoring progress and
documenting outcomes.

Responsibilities include:
• Oversee and execute the day-to-day operations of the coalition to ensure fidelity of
activities and ensure all activities meet grant requirements
• Oversee and implement all deliverables as outlined in the grant work plan
• Act as the liaison and interact with community members and organizations
• Prepare proposals and grants
• Develop and monitor the projects’ activities
• Monitor grant reporting
• Organize monthly meetings, inform members, develop the agendas and compile minutes
• Conduct training for the community as needed
• Monitor and provide content for the coalition’s Facebook page and other social media
• Report to the Project Director/Special Projects Manager and perform other duties as
assigned as needed.
Necessary Skills:
• Knowledge of substance abuse prevention strategies
• Knowledge of community organizing and community coalition work
• Ability to work with diverse individuals from the community, i.e., legislators, schools,
faith, civic organizations, etc.
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Ability to work some evenings and attend meetings outside of the normal workday, as
• Experience working with the community and/or public health organizations
• Knowledge of Facebook and other social media platforms
• Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Community Health, Public Health or related field,
with a minimum of 3 years of work experience working with coalitions.
• Strong writing and speaking skills, organizational skills, and the ability to interact with
community members.
• Must have familiarity with the Throggs Neck Section of the Bronx
• Proficient in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook.
• Knowledge of federal and state substance use prevention grants a plus.
Travel is required to attend meetings and training sessions. Some out-of-state travel may be
required as well as work outside normal business hours at night or on weekends to run meetings,
attend events and/or training.

Salary 27,000- 30,000

Job Type: Part-Time - 21 hours per week
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