Resources: A Guide to Services for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Last Updated; July 6, 2018

Black and white drawing of road to Mackworth Island


PLEASE NOTE: The Division for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Late Deafened compiles this list of resources for the use of people in Maine. The list may not be complete, and the inclusion of a resource should not be seen as an endorsement. See the instructions at the bottom of this page for submitting additions or corrections to the list.


Introduction Agencies Assistive Technology Captioning & CART
Children's Hearing Aids Children's Services Churches Complaints
Counseling Courts Crisis Hotlines Cued Speech Services
DeafBlind & Dual Sensory Impaired Education Employment Health Care Services
Hearing Aid Assistance Hearing Ear Dogs Interpreting Lawyers
Newsletters Organizations f/t Deaf Residential Supports & Communication Assessments Speech-Language Pathologists
State Offices Substance Abuse Summer Camps Support Groups
Telephone Relay
APPENDICES:
Legal Information
Other Deaf Resource Guides
Accessibility Guide-Interpreters

Complete Resource Guide www.maine.gov/rehab/dod/resourceguide/resourceguide_complete.shtml

To submit updated information, please contact:

Nancy Winter (Melanson)
Maine Division for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Late Deafened
(207) 470-7668 (VP)
(207) 623-7958 (V)
(207) 623-7998 (TTY) or Maine Relay 711
Email: Nancy.A.Winter@maine.gov

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