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Deaf Addiction Services at Maryland
Deaf Addiction Services at Maryland (DASAM) is a statewide behavioral health treatment program for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals struggling with alcohol and/or drugs. A clinic of the University of Maryland Medical Center, DASAM is a behavioral health treatment program under community psychiatry.
- DASAM has been a state-accredited behavioral health treatment provider since December 2000.
- All staff members are fluent in American Sign Language. Additionally, staff interpreters are on the premises at all times.
- DASAM provides dual-diagnosis services (addictions and mental health) for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals in Maryland.
- Internships are available for students interested in learning about substance abuse and how it impacts the deaf community.