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Disaster Assistance

Disasters happen: When there is a major disaster, such as wildfire, hurricane, flood, terrorist event, or something of a major magnitude, hearing aids and cochlear implant speech processors can end up lost, stolen, or broken in the chaos. Even smaller events can be a problem. Blizzards, heavy rainstorms, and extended heat waves can lead to damage to the hearing aids, shorter battery life, lost batteries and the inability to hear at a really bad time. Assistive listening devices are very important, too.

EAR Foundation

EAR Foundation

PO Box 330867 Nashville, TN 37203

(voice/TDD) 800-545-HEAR 615-627-2724 Fax: 615-627-2728

www.earfoundation.org info@earfoundation.org

Services and Eligibility

Patients in the Middle Tennessee area may apply for a no-interest loan with payments tailored to fit the individual’s budget in order to purchase a hearing aid:

Dorothy Ames Trust Fund

 

Key Bank Trust Client Services
Mail Code NY-31-66-0442
66 South Pearl St. 4th Floor
P.O. Box 22042 Albany, NY 12201
Attn: Ed Deluccia
Tel: 1-866-238-8650 (V)
1-518-257-9662 (V)
Fax: 1-518-257-9670

Mission: Provides grants for purchase of hearing aids and auditory trainers for deaf children of New England.

Assistance available: This is a very small trust fund, and payment for cochlear implants is beyond the scope of the resources. However, assistance for portions of expenses is feasible.

Delaware Nation Vocational Rehabilitation Program

Delaware Nation Vocational Rehabilitation Program

Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services State Office

3535 N.W. 58th Street, Suite 500 Oklahoma City, OK 73112-4815

405-951-3400 800-845-8476 800-847-4042 Fax: 405-951-3529

www.okrehab.org www.delawarenation.com/voc.html 

Services

Communications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CDHH)

Communications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CDHH)

(Colorado Optimist project)

Harold Leith

2050 Mt Zion Dr Golden, CO 80401-1738 303-278-1204

K0RQ@comcast.net

(Note: the second character is the number Zero, not the letter “O.”)

Sam Bartley

3272 Foxtail Court Colorado Springs, CO 80920-5507 719-282-1227

Services

Deaf Education Reform

c/o NorCal Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Address:   4708 Roseville Road., Suite 111

                  North Highlands, CA 95660
Phone:      (916) 349-7500 V / TDD / VP

e-mail:             info@norcalcenter.org

Website:         www.norcalcenter.org

Corporate or Employee Assistance

Corporate or Employee Assistance

The majority of people with hearing loss in America are under retirement age so it is important to seek out available help through your corporation whether it is private, government or not-for-profit.

Insurance or Discounts

Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center

Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center

11635 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106-4319

216-231-8787 voice/TTY 216-231-7141 fax www.clevelandhearingandspeech.org

Email: info@chsc.org

Services

Colorado Center for Hearing, Speech and Language

4280 Hale Parkway

Denver, CO 80220-3724.

303) 322-1871.

Info@chsl.org

http://www.chsl.org

Contact: Office Manager

1329 North Academy Blvd.

Colorado Springs, CO 80909

(719) 597-3390

Mission: We are devoted to improving people's lives by providing quality hearing and speech services. We're here to help you get the treatment you and your family need.

Constance Brown Hearing Centers

Constance Brown Hearing Centers

1634 Gull Road Kalamazoo Medical Arts Building Kalamazoo, MI 49048

4855 W. Centre Avenue Oak Park Centre Portage, MI 49024

877-343-2601 269-343-2601

www.cbrown.org info@cbrown.org

Services and Eligibility