Progress in providing appropriate substance abuse treatment for Deaf and hard of hearing individuals has been slow over the past 30 years. Moving forward in a meaningful way will require investing in technology as a way to deliver specialized treatment, provide recovery support, improve access to professional training, and develop appropriate assessments. Current efforts to advance the field of substance abuse treatment for Deaf and hard of hearing individuals through technology are described.
Titus, J., & Guthmann, D. (2010). Addressing the Black Hole in Substance Abuse Treatment for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals: Technology to the Rescue. JADARA, 43(2). Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/jadara/vol43/iss2/4