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THE MONSIGNOR: DAYTOP's FOUNDER

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The Monsignor William B. O'Brien is the Co-Founder of Daytop Village, Inc., a substance abuse treatment program that started in New York on Staten Island in 1963. The Monsignor passed away October 19, 2014 at the age of 90 leaving behind a legacy of thousands who have gone through not only DAYTOP programs, but many other programs started by DAYTOP alumni, and many other programs modeled after the DAYTOP model, the Therapeutic Community. Many have climbed up out of their addictions to lead positive, constructive and successful lives.  The Therapeutic Community. Self-help. Peers helping Peers.  We dedicate this special inaugural show of the OCG Radio show Roache on Recovery to the Monsignor and to all that he has meant to thousands of those in recovery.

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