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Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Inc, Saint John

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-633-0599
TTY Phone 506-634-8037
Fax 506-652-3382
E-Mail executivedirector@nbdhhs.com
Website www.nbdhhs.com/
Primary Contact Lynn LeBlanc, Executive Director; Phone: 506-633-0599 ext 2; Email: executivedirector@nbdhhs.com
Alternate Contact Heather Chandler, Operations Director; Phone: 506-633-0599 ext 4; Email: operationsdirector@nbdhhs.com
Description & Services
Description of service(s) The agency's goal is to enable deaf, hard of hearing,and deafened people to live independent, productive lives with full access to the services and opportunities available to the hearing population. 
Offers a variety of services and programs such as courses in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture, literacy skills, life skills program, employability skills program, Heritage and  
Mentorship program,hearing aid recycling, interpreter services, public awareness seminars, advocacy, information and repairs for technical devices, and a resource library. 
A list of Programs and Services offered can be found on the website.
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm; Closed daily 12:00-1:00pm
Areas Served Charlotte County ; Kings County ; St John County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Call for details
Languages English ; French ; American Sign Language (ASL) ; LSQ (Langue Signer Quebecois(e))
Fees None - to consumers
Location information
Site Location West Side
Located In Community Saint John
Address & Map
324 Duke St W
Saint John, NB E2M 1V2
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Accessibility Partially Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (51) Registered Charity
Print Material Brochures
Designated Day/Week/Month/ Events May is Hearing Awareness Month; September is Deaf Awareness Month
Service Categories Assistive Technology Information ; Family Literacy Programs ~ Hearing Loss ; Interpretation/Translation Associations ; Issue Advocacy ~ Hearing Loss ; Postsecondary Opportunities for People With Disabilities ~ Hearing Loss ; Special Libraries ~ Hearing Loss

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