Work at the Partnership

In pursuit of our mission, we seek to attract, motivate and retain the best people in the right positions. We hire deeply committed, talented and experienced individuals who want to help families whose son or daughter is struggling with substance use.

We are responsible to our team members, respect each person’s dignity and recognize each person’s merit. We are sensitive to the obligations of each of us to family responsibilities. We provide equal opportunity for employment, development and advancement for those qualified, and we have management whose leadership is just and ethical.

Thanks to a comprehensive benefits package and an emphasis on work/life balance, we are able to provide meaningful career opportunities in a number of areas.

Open Positions

Associate Director, Individual Giving
Helpline Specialist (Full-Time)
Helpline Specialist (Part-Time, Remote)
Internship Positions

Our Benefits

At Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, we understand that our team members’ lives include more than just their role as an employee and the time they spend in the workplace. To that end, we have created a benefits package that includes a variety of plans to protect health, life and future. These plans generally include:

  • Health (including Medical, Dental and Vision)
  • Insurance (including Group Life, Dependent Life, AD&D and Travel Accident)
  • Flexible Spending
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Tax Deferred Annuity
  • Generous Vacation, Personal and Holiday Time
  • Tuition Reimbursement


We value diversity in the workplace as essential to achieving our mission and encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds to join our organization. It is the policy of Partnership for Drug-Free Kids to provide Equal Employment opportunities to qualified individuals without regard to race, creed, color, religion or religious affiliation, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital status, disability, genetic information, veteran status, unemployment status or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.

Employee Training

The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids offers a wide variety of training opportunities including seminars, workshops and membership in professional associations that will enable our team to remain abreast of best practices in their respective fields. We also support all employees who wish to continue their education to secure increased responsibility and growth within their careers.

Code of Conduct

The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is a publicly supported charitable organization operating within the public trust. We strive to maintain the highest code of conduct in all of our operations.

We recognize that we can best accomplish our mission when the Board of Directors, committee members, staff and other groups associated with Partnership for Drug-Free Kids represent the diverse interests, cultures, occupations, and expertise of the community. Thus, we recognize members of the Board of Directors and others representing or affiliated with our organization will from time to time face possible conflicts of interest or situations in which there is the appearance of conflict of interest that may be detrimental to the organization and the communities we serve.

The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids has a Code of Conduct in recognition of its responsibility to the public trust and the importance of fairness and objectivity in its conduct of business. Adherence helps to assure that decisions of our nonprofit are made in its best interest, and it helps to publicly codify expectations of Board, staff, and others servicing the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.