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Empire State Association of the Deaf, Inc.
54 Thorndyke Road
Rochester, NY 14617
TTY (716) 544-5285

Provides advocacy, elder camps, youth leadership programs, information and referral services. Publishes the Empire State Newsletter and a Statewide Directory.

Deafness Research Foundation
9 E. 38th Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Voice 1 (212) 684-6556
TTY (212) 684-6559

The Foundation turns public contributions into research grants to support promising new studies on causes, treatment, and prevention of hearing impairments and related ear disorders.

Catholic Charities Deafness Services
Diocese of Brooklyn Office for Disabled Persons
191 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Voice 1 (718) 722-6216
Fax: (718) 722-6233

Services provided include advocacy, information and referral, case management, interpreting services, sign language classes, newsletters, pastoral services, and home and hospital visits.

International Center for the Disabled (ICD)
340 E. 24th Street
New York, NY 10010-4097
Voice 1 (212) 585-6000
TTY (212) 585-6060
Fax (212) 585-6161

Provides evaluation and individualized treatment for communication disorders including speech, language, voice, hearing, and swallowing problems.

New York Society for the Deaf (NYSD)
817 Broadway, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10003
V/TTY (212) 777-3900
Fax (212) 777-5470

The New York Society for the Deaf provides comprehensive social and speech impediment services on a non-sectarian basis for people who are deaf and reside in the New York metropolitan area. Services include Outpatient Mental Health Program, Family Support Program, Ryan White AIDS/HIV Case Management Program, and Vocational and Rehabilitation Programs. An interpreter referral service, educational programs and the Berger Deaf Scholar’s Program are also offered.

Advocates for better communication
League for the Hard of Hearing
50 Broadway, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Voice (917) 305-7700
TTY (917) 305-7999
Fax (917) 305-7888

Advocates for better communication (a.b.c.) is a volunteer group allied with the League for the Hard of Hearing, who seek to make it possible thru education and advocacy for people with all degrees of hearing loss to participate fully in society.

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