Become an Angel Volunteer


Angel Program Volunteer - Please click here to be directed to the MSP website for Official Angel Program Forms and additional program information.


MSP VOLUTEER QUALIFICATIONS:  Reliable, non-judgmental, and compassionate individual.  Flexibility is a must in this position.  Ability to stay calm under pressure or in difficult situations is a necessity. Willingness to assist in additional tasks, as needed, is essential.  All Angels must sign applicable MSP Angel Program paperwork, including confidentiality and liability release waiver forms. 



·         At least 21 years of age.

·         Valid driver’s license.

·         Registered, insured vehicle in operating condition.

·         Provide transportation to treatment center for participant.

·         Pay for required meals and lodging up front; then request for reimbursement, which may take up to 60 days.

·         Submit to Criminal History Background Check.

·         At least 2 years in recovery.

·         Attendance at all mandatory training.

·         Reliable contact information (phone and email).

·         Ability to provide schedule of availability.

·         Fill out and sign required Angel paperwork.



·         Must be within one hour drive of the MSP Post.

·         Listen and engage with participants.

·         Provide resources and encouragement.

·         Assist participant with program paperwork.

  • Fact:  There are over 23.5 million people in long-term recovery in the U.S. from a substance use disorder. People do recover and get well.
  • Fact:  Adolescents experience less health risks when their parents know about what is going on with them and their lives (CDC-April 2023)
  • Fact:  DEA National RX Take Back Day reported 599,897 lbs (300 tons) of Prescription drugs collected in Michigan on October 2023 with 4675 Collections sites now In Michigan.
  • Fact:  Michigan has distributed more than 730,000 naloxone kits and recorded over 6,600 overdose reversals since the 2020 launch of Michigan’s Naloxone Direct Portal, which provides the opioid overdose reversal medication at no charge to community groups
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