Minnesota Deaf Resources
Resources for the Minnesota Deaf Community.
This is a DRAFT version. You are welcome to submit changes to this list. Resources must be local to MInnesota.
Resources for Minnesotans with combined hearing and vision loss
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Division (DHHSD)
Provides assistance to deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing Minnesotans, as well as parents and family of those with a hearing loss. DHHS also oversees the Telephone Equipment Distribution (TED) Program.
The Day One Center, Inc.
Works with CSD on trainings at battered women's shelters. Shelters available to the Deaf community around the state of Minnesota.
Family Support Connection: Community Directory
Resource for families with children who are deaf and hard of hearing. We provide families with the full range of options for their children.
Family Tree Clinic
Provides quality, affordable, confidential reproductive and sexual health care services to diverse communities. Family Tree Clinic also provides Health Education and Services for the Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing Community.
Global Deaf Connection
Developing deaf education and leadership skills through multicultural exchange and support and mentoring programs in developing countries. Based in Minnesota.
Provides mental health services to deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing people of all ages. At Regions Hospital.
Minnesota Employment Center (MEC)
Minnesota Employment Center (MEC) for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Minnesota Interpreter Referral website
Information about sign language interpreters, how to use them and how to find them.
Commission of Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing Minnesotans (MNCDHH)
Advocates for equal opportunity and rights for deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind people.
Minnesota Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Provides Vocational Services for People Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Volunteers of America-Minnesota-Mental Health Clinic-Deaf and Hard of Hearing School Based Services
This service is designed to provide mental health services within the school setting to deaf, deaf blind, and hard of hearing children, adolescents, and their families
Volunteers of America-Deaf and Hard of Hearing Mental Health Services
This service is designed to provide mental health services in Greater Minnesota to Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deafblind children or adolescents and their families.
Volunteers of America- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Family and Parent Development Program
This service provides parenting education and support to D/HH parents who are at risk for maltreating their young (under school aged) children. Services include individualized home visits and coordination of community services to ensure basic family needs are met such as medical care, clothing, food, employment, childcare, parenting skills, support groups, and transportation. It is important to note that this service is primarily provided with Hennepin County, however as long as the individual’s county is willing to work with VOA to set up a contract, they will be able to provide the individual in their home county of residence.
Clubs and Organizations
Sports and Recreation Club for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing in Minnesota
Sports and recreation interpreting.
One point of contact, deaf salesperson, who can help you find any car you want.
Provides closed captioning, subtitling, webcast captioning, audio description, and more. Based in Minnepolis.
Products for the Deaf community and people with a hearing loss. Based in Eden Prairie.