Jay's Office Hours
Monday thru Friday
8:30 am- 5:00 pm
Call or email for Appointment
FOR DEAF ADDICTED TO OPIOIDS
Deaf Peer Support is here to address the opioid crisis! Hearing and deaf are suffering from addiction and looking for help. Deaf Peer Support is here to help you get off and stay off opioids. Don't be the next overdose victim. Who knows deaf better than deaf? Need help finding a job or keeping the job you already have. Deaf Peer Support can help with that too!
Funded by a SOR grant through the Montgomery County ADAMHS Board
(V): 937-222-2434 (VP): 937-203-3858 (E): email@example.com
SOR Deaf Peer Support
Helping Deaf and Hard of Hearing Stay Off Opioids
and Survive the Opioid Epidemic
FOR PROFESSIONALS WORKING WITH DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
Our Peer Support Services are here to help you, too. Working with deaf and hard of hearing presents additional challenges due to language and cultural differences. Our Peer Support Specialist can help you navigate those challenges. Peer Support works in addition to and in conjunction with the clinical support and counseling received by you.
Jay Gates, BS
Deaf Peer Support Provider