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Hearing aid financial resources
The organizations listed below are not endorsed by Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (DHHS) but are included as an informational service. This list of financial resources is not all-inclusive. Any omissions are unintended and regretted. We strive to keep the information accurate and up-to-date, but changes may occur without our knowledge. If you find any incorrect information, please bring it to our attention. Please contact your local Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services office to see if there is a hearing aid bank in your region.
AUDIENT Hearing Alliance
Community Service Clubs
Check with your local Kiwanis, Lions or Sertoma clubs. Please note that not all clubs have funds to provide direct assistance.
Crippled Child Relief, Inc.
Disabled Childrenís Relief Fund
Equipalife Micro Loan Program
First Hand Foundation
HEAR NOW Foundation
The HIKE Fund, Inc.
Lionís Infant Hearing Program
Audiologist (not parents) must contact
Local County Human Service Agency or Minnesota Department of Human Services
Minnesota Department of Human Services
Miracle-Ear Childrenís Foundation
TPA Scholarship Trust for the Deaf and Near Deaf
The United Healthcare Childrenís Foundation
Contact: Veteranís Service Officer at your county courthouse
This information is in accessible formats for individuals with disabilities by calling (651)431-5940 or by using your preferred relay service. Additional assistance with legal rights and protections for equal access to human services programs is available.
Contact Information: (651)431-5940 or (800)456-7589 V, (651)964-1514 VP, (888)206-6513 TTY,
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