Deaf/Hard of Hearing/ DeafBlind Services

Our program provides direct services for individuals that are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or DeafBlind.
Disabled Resource Services’ Deaf/Hard of Hearing/DeafBlind services program works with individuals with hearing loss, encouraging you to live the independent life you choose for yourself through a variety of means. Our program can communicate with you in the language you are most comfortable in ASL and English or by providing interpreters in other languages.

It’s about YOU!

When you work with Disabled Resource Services, you tell us about your needs and goals. We will work together find the ways to get there.

Assistive Technology

DRS can research technology and equipment for a more independent life.

Peer Support and Advocacy Groups

Bridging Communications
The focus of this group is a collaboration between Disabled Resource Services, The Colorado Cross Disability Coalition and Rocky Mountain Health Plans to advocate for accessible communication at medical, legal and community appointments and events.

Information and Referral

It can be a challenge to find out and navigating the vast array of local, Colorado and Federal-based services and resources for individuals. We can help you find the services you need!

Additional Resources

DOVE — Deaf Overcoming Violence Through Empowerment
Aspen Camp — year-round programs for Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and CODA youth, adults, and their family members
CSDB — Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind
Caption First — realtime or post-production captioning services
Rocky Mountain ADA Center — information on ADA for residents of Colorado
CAD — Colorado Association of the Deaf
CRID — Colorado Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
RMDS — Rocky Mountain Deaf School
CCDHH —Colorado Commission for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind
Disabled Access Credit through the IRS 

Contact

Jenny Miller, Deaf Services Specialist, 970-581-2066 (V/Text), [email protected]