Chapter 5: Health and Mental Health

Section 8: Hearing Aids

Hear Now

Starkey Hearing Foundation’s mission is to give the gift of hearing to those in need, empowering them to achieve their potential.

6801 Washington Ave S, Ste 200
Minneapolis , MN 55439





Hearing Aid Helpline

Information on hearing aids and assistance sources.

International Hearing Society
16880 Middlebelt Rd., Ste. 4
Livonia , MI 48154





Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) - Oklahoma School for the Deaf, Equipment Distribution Program

To be eligible, a person must:
•Be a resident of the State of Oklahoma
•Be 60 years of age or older for the hearing aid program
•Provide verification (proof) of: 1.Hearing or speech impairment (Not required for hearing aid program)
2.loss severe enough to require use of TTY or amplifier to use the telephone.

•List any other contributing disability
(i.e. blindness, visual impairment, physical disability, etc.) This must be verifiable.
•Income: (See form for details)
•Requests for Captioned Telephones (CapTel) require an audiogram.

Oklahoma School for the Deaf
1100 E. Oklahoma Street
Sulphur , OK 73086-3108


405-294-3977 Video Phone
405-294-3968 Video Phone
866-309-1717 Video Phone

Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access (TSHA)

TSHA provides a variety of services to those who are deaf, hard of hearing, affected by hearing loss or simply have an interest.

TSHA's goal is to increase the independence of people with hearing loss. TSHA is a non-profit, Tulsa Area United Way member agency with 50+ years of experience in providing information and support programs for those who have a hearing loss. TSHA also provides services for interested individuals: family, friends, employers, employees, and those wanting to learn sign language.

Interpreter Services: [email protected] or [email protected]

8740 E. 11th St., Ste. A
Tulsa , OK 74112


918-832-8742 V/TTY


918-925-9760 Deaf Services Video Phone

Toll Free: 

888-311-3523 V/TTY
888-311-3523 24/7 Emergency Interpreter (voice only)