I wear a hearing aid.


I want to be an interpreter.


I have hearing loss.

What's next?

Who is ACDHH?

Established in 1977, ACDHH serves as a statewide information referral center for issues related to people with hearing loss.

ACDHH is a national leader in communication access, support services and community empowerment throughout the state. Our mission, in partnership with the public and private sectors is to ensure accessibility and improve quality of life for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf-Blind, persons with speech difficulties, and their families.

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Mobile Phone  AzTEDP

The Arizona Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program is a Free service that provides telephone equipment such as volume control telephones, TTY's and signaling/flashing devices to Arizona residents who are also legal residents of the United States of America who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf-blind or Speech-impaired. This is not an income-based program.

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Chat  AzRelay 7-1-1

Arizona Relay Service (AZRS) is a public service provided by the State of Arizona and administered by the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing (ACDHH). AZRS makes communication by telephone easy, accessible, reliable and convenient for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind, or having difficulty speaking.

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Want to get involved or become an Advocate?  Click the link below to learn more!

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Memorial Day

Our office will be closed Monday May 29th in observance of Memorial Day. We will resume normal business hours Tuesday May 30th at 8:00 a.m.

ACDHH Community View

Better Hearing and Speech Month this week highlights the Living Well with Hearing Loss Program (LWHL) at the ASU Hearing Clinic.  Audiology graduate students Colton, Lauren, and Holly discuss what topics are covered in the free audiological rehabilitation class.  The LWHL Program is available for new and experienced hearing aid users as well as individuals who are considering a cochlear implant and current cochlear implant recipients. Significant others and spouses are encouraged to attend. These seven-week classes provide valuable information about hearing loss, hearing aids, cochlear implants, assistive devices, communication strategies, coping strategies, speech reading, auditory training, and more. Learn more here:  https://chs.asu.edu/programs/schools/department-speech-and-hearing-science/living-well-hearing-loss


ACDHH Public Service Announcement

There are a lot of misunderstandings when it comes to the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing. Learn the facts and get support.



The Governor is accepting applications for three Deaf Representatives.

There are four board meetings per year; three in Phoenix and one in Tucson or an outlying area.

Apply online.  Send a copy of your application to the email below and we will follow up to ensure the Governor’s office has received your electronic submission. If you have questions, please contact Danielle Smith at [email protected]

Executive Director, Sherri Collins Welcomes You

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Welcome to the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing’s redesigned website.  Check us out! 

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What's next for my family?

ACDHH is constantly updating the information available to parents and family members of the community.

Family and Youth Resources

What's next in my community?

What is an LLC? Why do sign language interpreters need one?

Tucson, AZ

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ASDB Summer Transition Camp

Tucson, AZ
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Mentoring Boot Camp: ASL to English Interpretation

Phoenix, AZ

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