Drug & alcohol counselor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Drug & alcohol counselor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
North Dakota $53,990
Alaska $52,400
New Jersey $50,010
New Mexico $49,780
New York $48,660
Connecticut $47,430
Vermont $47,220
Wyoming $47,140
Maine $46,890
Nevada $46,130
Minnesota $46,070
District of Columbia $45,050
New Hampshire $44,740
Maryland $43,920
Montana $43,380
Wisconsin $43,310
Florida $43,280
Idaho $42,990
North Carolina $42,640
Oklahoma $42,320
Ohio $41,950
Massachusetts $41,910
Hawaii $41,560
Virginia $41,250
Pennsylvania $40,800
Alabama $40,130
Colorado $39,600
Kentucky $39,070
Nebraska $39,030
Oregon $38,890
Georgia $38,720
South Dakota $38,710
Arizona $38,590
California $38,571
Tennessee $38,530
Louisiana $38,460
Utah $38,160
Rhode Island $37,890
Iowa $37,500
Delaware $37,210
Washington $37,210
Texas $37,030
Indiana $36,870
Michigan $36,570
South Carolina $35,550
Illinois $35,390
Missouri $35,200
Kansas $33,650
Arkansas $33,540
West Virginia $32,180
Mississippi $27,970
Puerto Rico $27,550

How do drug & alcohol counselor salaries compare to similar careers?

Drug & alcohol counselors earn about the same as related careers in Arkansas. On average, they make less than police officers but more than private detectives.

Career Median Salary
Police officer salary $37K
Probation officer salary $36K
Piano tuner salary $36K
Locksmith salary $36K
Rehabilitation counselor salary $35K
Drug & alcohol counselor salary $34K
Family social worker salary $33K
Firefighter salary $34K
Financial clerk salary $34K
Private detective salary $22K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)