Last Updated; January 6, 2014

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Harris Communications
15155 Technology Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344-2277
866-789-3468 (VP)
952-388-2152 (VP)
1-800-825-9187 (TTY)
1-800-825-6758 (V)
(952) 906-1099 (FAX)
Website: Harris Communications

Hartling Communications
P.O. Box 1189
Burlington, MA 01803
(781) 270-6710 (TTY)
1-800-672-9455 (TTY)
(781) 789-9203 (V)
1-800-475-3183 (V)
(781) 229-6933 (FAX)

Hear More
42 Executive Blvd.
Farmingdale, NY 11735-4710
1-800-281-3555 (TTY)
(631) 752-1145 (VP)
1-800-881-4327 (V)
(631) 752-0689 (FAX)
Website: Hear More

Assisted Access-NFSS, Inc.
822 Preston Court
P.O. Box 230
Lake Villa, IL 60046
1-800-950-9655 (V/TTY)
(847) 265-8022 (V/TTY)
(847) 265-8044 (FAX)

Phone-TTY, Inc.
Anna M. Terrazzino, President
28 Woodcrest Road
Boonton, NJ 07005
1-866-757-1555 (VP)
(973) 402-1923 (TTY)

Weitbrecht Communications, Inc. (WCI)
1500 Olympic Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
1-800-233-9130 (V/TTY)
(310) 656-4924 (V/TTY)
(310) 450-9918 (FAX)
Website: Weitbrecht Communications

Maine CITE Coordinating Center

University College, University of Maine System
46 University Drive
Augusta, ME 04330
621-3482 (TTY)
621-3195 (V)
629-5429 (FAX)
Website: Maine CITE Coordinating Center

Maine CITE (Consumer Information and Technology Training Exchange) offers activities and services that help people of all ages with disabilities access and obtain assistive and universally designed technology.

Get AT Stuff is an online equipment exchange service that helps Maine citizens buy and sell lightly used assistive technology and medical/adaptive equipment. The site is designed to get devices that are no longer being used into the hands of people who want them and could benefit from them. Items can be listed for sale or free and unlike some similar services, there is no listing fee. Website: Get AT Stuff


400 Riverside Street, Suite A4
Portland, ME 04103
207-321-6080 X3314
1-888-748-4018 (FAX)

1129 Union Street, Airport Mall (Next door to Radio Shack)
Bangor, ME 04401
Website: ALLTECH

ALLTECH provides free of charge assistive technology assessments, device demonstrations, short-term loans, sale of used assistive technology, training, consultations, and technical assistance in the areas of assistive technology, accessible instructional materials, specialized software, web accessibility and universal design in education.

Maine Public Assembly Spaces with Assistive Listening

Updated 11/21/13
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Induction Loop

Franco American Heritage Center – Lewiston
Alumni Hall, Bowdoin College – Brunswick
Augusta Armory Drill Hall – Augusta
Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist – Thomaston
Woodland First Baptist Church – Caribou

FM System

Gracie Theater, Husson University – Bangor
VA Hospital Theater – Togus
Ogunquit Playhouse – Ogunquit
The Strand Theater – Rockland
Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center, Fryeburg Academy – Fryeburg
UCC Old South Congregational Church – Hallowell
Congregation Bet Ha’am – South Portland
Little Falls Baptist Church – Standish
Christchurch – Portland
Allagash Brewing Company – Portland
Colby College – Waterville:

  • Diamond Building Ostrove Auditorium
  • Alumni Center - Parker-Reed Room
  • Lovejoy Building - Room 100
  • Keyes Building - Room 105
  • Arey Building - Room 005
  • Olin Science Building - Room 001
  • Infrared System

    Merrill Auditorium – Portland
    Portland Stage Company – Portland
    Collins Center for the Arts, University of Maine – Orono
    Penobscot Theatre, Bangor Opera House – Bangor

    Assistive Listening Device Type Unknown

    Augusta Civic Center
    Bangor Auditorium
    The Theater at Monmouth – Monmouth
    Dana Center, Maine Medical Center – Portland
    Rines Auditorium, Portland Public Library – Portland
    University of Southern Maine:

  • Hannaford Hall, Abromson Community Education Center – Portland
  • Cohen Education Center, Osher Map Library – Portland

    The Legislature -- Assistive listening equipment is available in the Senate and House chambers and in legislative hearing rooms. American Sign Language interpreters are available on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00-4:00 during the legislative session. Generally, interpreters can be scheduled to interpret legislative meetings on those days and are available to help legislators communicate with constituents visiting the State House during these hours.
    Contact: Teen Ellen Griffin, Manager
    Legislative Information Office
    100 State House Station
    Room 121, State House
    Augusta, ME 04333
    287-1692 (V)
    287-1580 (FAX
    287-6826 (TTY)

    The Courts -- The Administrative Office of the Courts provides assistive listening equipment at each court house.
    Contact: Hanna Sanders, Esq., Access to Justice Coordinator
    822-0703 (V)