Adult Loss of Hearing Association -

We Do a Lot For People With Hearing loss!

Referral Organizations

COPD: Community Outreach Program for the Deaf

268 West Adams

Tucson, AZ 85705

(520) 792-1906 TTY and voice

COPD is a non-profit community based agency serving Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons since 1973. Services include interpreting, counseling, residential and independent living skills, comprehensive vocational assistance, case management and transition.

ACDHH: Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

100 N. 15th Ave, Suite 104

Phoenix, AZ 85007

1-800-352-8161 TTY and voice

ACDHH is a state agency serving the needs of Arizona’s deaf and hard of hearing. Some of the services provided by ACDHH include providing free amplified telephones to qualified Arizona residents and administrates the statewide 24-hour telephone relay service.  ACDHH also provides information and referral to other agencies. 

Sertoma Arizona Hearing Aid Bank

Who We Are – The Sertoma Arizona Hearing Aid Bank is a collaborative project between the University of Arizona Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences (U of A Hearing Clinic), the Community Outreach Program for the Deaf (COPD), and SERTOMA (Service to Mankind). All hearing aids and clinical services are provided at the University of Arizona Hearing Clinic

What We Do – We provide refurbished hearing aids at a drastically reduced cost to seniors who need them, but cannot otherwise afford them.

To receive services, contact The Community Outreach Program for the Deaf to find out if you qualify: 520.792.1906

To donate, contact: Maggie Watson at SERTOMA: 520.730.7965

Click here to read the Sertoma brochure.


Note: You can drop your old hearing aids at the ALOHA office and we will get them to the Hearing Aid Bank.


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