Hearing Resources

Affordable Audiology & Hearing Service, LLC.: Specialized in hearing assessment, hearing rehabilitation, tinnitus management, and hearing aids.
W7815 State Road 21/73
Wautoma, WI 54982
(920) 787-5902
jared@affordableaudiology.com
http://affordableaudiology.com

Avada Audiology & Hearing Care:  Includes 170 clinics in 20 states.  Provides hearing testing, free adjustments and batteries, and well as financing and discount options.
www.avada.com

  • 384 S Koeller Road
    Oshkosh, WI 54902
    (920) 267-4825
  • 311 E Wisconsin St. Suite 102
    Portage, WI 53901
    (608) 340-1825

Fox Valley Hearing Center/Ripon Medical Center: Offers hearing tests, tinnitus treatments, child hearing treatment, hearing aid repair, aural rehabilitation, earwax management, custom hearing protection, captioned phones, musician monitors and custom earbuds. Open Wed & Fri, 8:30 – 5, appointment needed.
835 Parkside
Ripon, WI 54971
(920) 267-4071 or (800) 214-1539
Foxvalleyhearingcenter.com

Miracle Ear: 1,300 locations nationwide hearing aid locations. Offices provide lifelong servicing which includes: free cleaning, checks, repairs, adjustments, as well as a free annual hearing test.
www.miracle-ear.com

  • Portage Location:
    120 Henry Drive
    Portage, WI 53901
    (608) 254-9177
  • Green Lake Location:
    610 South Street
    Green Lake, WI 54941
    (608) 571-6151

Office for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ODHH): Works to promote equal communication access in education, emergency care and response, employment, government, health care, legal issues, long-term care, medical, and mental health.
www.dhf.wi.gov

  • 1 W, Wilson St, PO Box 7851
    Madison, WI 53707
    (855) 359-5252
    dhsodhh@wisconsin.gov
  • Northeastern Region – Green Lake, Marquette, Waushara Counties
    200 N., Jefferson St Ste 511
    Green Bay, WI 54301
    Nancy Harbison
    (920) 659-7317

Starkey Hearing Foundation: Operates a Hear Now Program: An application-based program that provides hearing help to low-income individuals. Organization also collects/recycles used hearing aids.
Twin Cities Office
6700 Washington Ave South
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
(800) 328-8602 or (866) 354-3254
hearnow@starkeyfoundation.org

Telecomm Equipment Purchase Program (TEPP)Public Service Commission: Program designed to help people with disabilities buy specialized equipment they need in order to use basic telephone services. Client will need to apply for a voucher. Could take 3-4 weeks for processing.
Public Service Commission
PO Box 7854
Madison WI 53707
(608) 231-3305
pscrecordsmail@wisconsin.gov
http://psc.wi.gov

Wisconsin Lions Foundation, Inc.: Serves those who are hard of hearing that cannot afford to purchase a hearing instrument, and do not qualify for any existing state-funded financial assistance programs. Also collects and recycles both functioning and non-functioning used hearing aids for salvage credit.
3834 County Road A
Rosholt, WI 54473
(715) 677-4969
www.wlf.info

WI Telecommunications Relay Service: A 24/7 free service to help those who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard-of-hearing, or have a speech disability connect with those who use a standard or text telephone.
(TTY) (800) 676-3777
emma.danielson@sprint.com
www.wisconsinrelay.com