Services

Serving Deaf, Deaf-Blind, Deaf Plus,
Hard of Hearing and Hearing Loss Individuals

Services and resources are provided to meet the needs of individuals of diverse backgrounds such as employment, housing, transportation, financial services, and communication accessibility. WADHH commits to provide full communication accessibility for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf-Blind, and Hearing Loss Communities. WADHH provides interpreter services, Social Events, Support Groups, Education and Outreach Services, Case Management Services, Information, and Referral, Assisted Listening Devices Program, Telecommunication Program (TED), and ASL classes.

INFORMATION & REFERRAL

  • Resource and Service Center

  • ASL/Deaf Culture Resource Library

  • Special Equipment Store

  • Public Video Phone

  • Public Internet/Computer Access

CASE MANAGEMENT

  • Advocacy

  • Communication Assistance

  • Peer Counseling

  • Housing Assistance

  • Unique and Diverse Services

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

  • Deaf Senior Citizen Social Groups

  • Education and Training

  • Business Meetings

  • Room Rental for General Purposes

  • ASL Classes & Craft Classes

OUTREACH SERVICES

  • Quarterly Newsletter “What’s Up?!”

  • Events, Workshops, Presentations, Information Booths, and more!

 

Regions

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WADHH HQ

Vancouver

VP: (360) 334 - 5740

Voice: (360) 314 - 6971

officemanager@wadhh.org

Dehne' O'Connor, Front desk

Jacqueline Doyle, CA

Terese Rognmo, ED

301 SE Hearthwood Blvd

Vancouver, WA 98684

Yakima Valley

Zachary DeLoya, CA

(509) 416 - 2138  zachary.deloya@wadhh.org


3700 Fruitvale Bvd

Yakima, WA 98902

Tri-Cities

Zachary DeLoya, CA

(509) 416 - 2138   zachary.deloya@wadhh.org


8836 Gage Blvd Suite #103-A
Kennewick, WA  99336

Spokane

Ali Hamar, CA

(206) 408-2098

Ali.Hamar@wadhh.org

Sandra Carr, CA

(206) 408 - 2000

sandra.carr@wadhh.org

N. 200 Mullan Rd, Suite #217

Spokane Valley, WA 99206