WVCDHH does not provide hearing aids. These links are for external sources that may be able to help with obtaining hearing aids.
The Division of Rehabilitation Services offers specialized programs and services that help West Virginia citizens who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing to reach their employment goals.
More information can be found on the website: WV DRS
Hear Now is a national non-profit program committed to assisting those permanently residing in the U.S. who are Deaf or Hard of hearing and have no other resources to acquire hearing aids.
Nationwide, the Foundation for Sight and Sound, through its Help America Hear Program (HAH), provides hearing aids for men, women, and children with limited financial resources.
for the Quota International Recycled Hearing Aid Program
The West Virginia Children’s Hearing Services Project
can provide hearing aid services and supplies for children from birth to 18 years who lack insurance coverage and/or credible coverage for this benefit. Not eligible are children who have Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance, or commercial coverage that pays at least the Medicaid rate.
provides hearing aids and supplies for hearing-impaired children ages 3, 4, 5 or 6 who do not have insurance that covers this benefit.