Who We Are:

Truth be told, we’re a group unlike any other. Our team is built with individuals who are passionate about promoting wellness and transforming lives. We’ve created a culture that celebrates the triumphs of sustained recovery from mental health, substance use and behavioral issues. Our optimism and spreading positive vibes can’t be help but be contagious to others.

Our Culture:

CFLR (Center for Family Life and Recovery) is driven by six core values. With these core values in place, it allows our company to thrive and establishes a team up to be the best they can be. Our core values include:

  • KINDNESS: showing you care with acts of service; giving kudos authentically; listen to understand
  • INTEGRITY: do what you say you will do; serving others; offering help and flexibility; performing the platinum rule
  • EXCELLENCE: delivering service in an exceptional way; quality control understanding; work towards strengthening or building goals in team, programs, and self
  • EFFICIENCY: share and conduct the plan consistently; teamwork as an act of cooperation; perform your responsibilities
  • PURPOSE: intentionally sharing your why; role modeling and coaching; building the agency culture
  • COURAGE: be direct; taking the lead; level up growth mindset

Open Jobs:

We are always looking for hardworking, motivated, and creative individuals who have a passion to help others; to be bold and to have fun. Everyone has a story to tell and those stories help us grow and shape your future. CFLR wants to hear those stories and help boost your experiences for continual growth.

Come and join our Team!

The policy of CFLR, Inc. is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, creed, religion, color, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, military status or status as a disabled veteran or as a veteran of the Vietnam era, sex, physical or mental disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, familial status, marital status, status as a victim of domestic violence, age, reproductive healthcare decisions, pregnancy, conviction record as prohibited under Article 23-A of the New York Corrections Law, citizenship status or any other status protected by applicable federal, state and local law, and to affirmatively seek to advance the principles of equal employment opportunity.

Said equal employment opportunities shall apply to employment matters including, but not limited to, decisions to hire or employ, discharge or bar employment or any other matter involving the compensation terms, conditions, or privileges of employment.


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