From the November 1972 magazine.

About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment

Rehab-Industry Cooperation

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN--The De Paul Rehabilitation Hospital [has] a novel [alcoholism] program that involves local industry. Very few of the patients--a total of some 2,500 a year--are voluntary. Joseph de Rosa, De Paul's rehabilitation director, says that most are referred by agencies, physicians, and the clergy, with the largest single referral by industry.

A typical Milwaukee example of an industrial alcoholism program is that of the Allen-Bradley Co. The firm has a three-person team headed by Mrs. Myrian Meyers, director of nursing. Also on the team are Ted Hutton, the company's...

-- Martha Francis