Deaf Addiction Services at Maryland
(Voice) (443) 462-3416
(VP) (443) 965-9172
(TTY) (443) 462-3089
(Fax) (443) 462-3086
Deaf Addiction Services At Maryland (DASAM), is a State-wide substance abuse program for individuals who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing. The program is based at the University of Maryland at Baltimore.
- DASAM is a State accredited substance abuse service provider, since December 2000.
- All staff members are fluent in American Sign Language. Additionally, staff interpreters are on the premises at all times.
- Dual Diagnosis Services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Individuals in the State of Maryland
- Internships are available for students interested in learning about substance abuse and how it impacts the Deaf community.
The Change Project provides individual and group counseling for ABUSERS/OFFENDERS of domestic violence. DASAM's Change Project also aims to provide services statewide.
- Since 2009, DASAM has been a Family Violence Council (FVC) certified Abuser Intervention Program (AIP).
- The Change Project's primary mission is to treat ABUSERS
- We provide LIMITED support for VICTIMS.