Families Against Narcotics is a Clinton Township-based community program for those seeking recovery from narcotic addiction, those in recovery, family members affected by addiction, and community supporters. Along with educating young adults, parents, school personnel, law enforcement, judges, and health care professionals of the dangers of prescription drug abuse, especially painkillers, the organization works to change the stigma of addiction. It has 22 chapters across the state as well as one in North Carolina and programs in New York. The organization’s Hope Not Handcuffs initiative brings law enforcement and community organizations together in an effort to find treatment options for individuals seeking help to reduce dependency on heroin, prescription drugs, and alcohol. It also offers peer recovery and family recovery coaching, naloxone training, and more. While the organization’s meetings have been held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of its upcoming events will take place in-person.