A smiling mom and baby; the baby has a cochlear implant | photo courtesy of Cochlear Americas

Getting Services for Your Child

Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Program

  • (800) 642-8522 / (304) 558-5388
  • Tennysa.F.Mace@wv.gov

West Virginia Birth to Three (Part C)

  • (800) 642-8522 / (304) 558-5388
  • dhhrwvbtt@wv.gov

Parent Information for West Virginia

Sertoma

  • (816) 333-8300
  • infosertoma@sertomahq.org

West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind

  • (304) 822-4800
a dad signing -water- with his little boy

Learning More About Communication Options

ASL University

John Tracy Clinic (English)

  • (213) 748-5481
  • pals@jtc.org

John Tracy Clinic (español)

National Cued Speech Association

  • (800) 459-3529
two boys playing with toys, one has a cochlear implant | photo courtesy of Advanced Bionics

Finding Families Like Yours

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (español)

American Society for Deaf Children

  • (800) 942-2732

Family Voices of West Virginia

  • 800) 281-1436 / (304) 624-1436
  • WVPTI@aol.com

Hands and Voices of West Virginia

  • (304) 932-1435
  • info@wvhandsandvoices.org

West Virginia Chapter of AG Bell Association

  • (202) 337-5220
  • pmschaeffer@gmail.com

West Virginia Raising Special Kids

  • (800) 281-1436 / (304) 624-1436
  • wvpti@aol.com