Additional Financial Aid Resources
Blue Ridge Speech and Hearing Center
Blue Ridge Speech & Hearing Center is the only nonprofit providing Audiological services, Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy to residents of Loudoun County, Virginia. Provides assessment and treatment; discounts or subsidized treatment available for people with speech, language, hearing developmental and motor skill challenges.
Chicago Hearing Society
Offers a wide array of programs and services to the Chicago metropolitan area's deaf and hard of hearing community, including hearing evaluations, donations of new and used hearing aids, which are issued to qualifying individuals who cannot afford to purchase new ones.
Carolina Children's Communication Disorders Program
Provides funding for hearing devices and audiological and speech services for children under the age of 21 who are deaf and hard of hearing and live in North Carolina and whose families do not qualify for other public programs and who do not have adequate income to obtain services and devices not covered by insurance.
Colorado Center for Hearing, Speech, and Language
A not-for-profit organization that offers health care services to the people who live in the Metropolitan Denver area and Colorado Springs. The professional staff of audiologists, speech pathologists and therapists provide quality hearing, vision, speech and language services for people of all ages, including those who are unable to pay.
Colorado Neurological Institute - Cochlear Implant Assistance Program
Through a cooperative effort with cochlear implant companies and a team of dedicated medical professionals, this program strives to assist qualified candidates needing cochlear implants. While the Cochlear Implant Assistance Program receives and awards no-charge implants, patients are still responsible for other costs associated with the procedure such as physician, hospital, anesthesiology, and audiological fees.
John Tracy Clinic
Based in Los Angeles, California, the John Tracy Clinic provides parent-centered services to parents of young children with a hearing loss from around the world and free of charge.
The UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation
Since being founded in 1999, UHCCF has granted over $15M to over 5,000 families across the country. Grants have helped pay for necessary medical services and medical equipment such as physical therapy, surgery, chemotherapy, and medical equipment such as orthotics, wheelchairs and hearing aids for children.