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Program for Deaf Alcoholics
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The Project for the Deaf of the Cape Cod Alcoholism Intervention and Rehabilitation Unit, Inc., has opened a residential program for deaf alcoholics.
The residence will be located in West Falmouth [Massachusetts] and is named the Stephen Miller House in memory of a young deaf alcoholic whose quest for recovery was tragically ended by his death in 1977. Largely as a result of his struggle with... Login to read more
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