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Utah State Division of Services to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides services and resources for people with hearing loss.
“Mission Statement: DSDHH provides education, advocacy, and accessible services to enhance the quality of life for people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.”

DSDHH has two offices, Sanderson Center in Taylorsville and Southern Utah Program in St. George. They provide some or all of the following programs and services.

* Assistive Technology Demonstrations and Equipment Available to Loan for a Trial Period (details)
* Circle of Friends (details)
* Community Education Classes for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (details)
* Community-Use Computers (contact Jessica at
* Community-Use Video Phones (provided by Sorenson VRS and Purple VRS)
* Employment Specialist (details)
* Hard of Hearing Program (details)
* Individualized Services (aka Case Management) (details)
* Information and Referrals (contact Jessica at
* Library Resources on Deaf and Hard of Hearing (contact Jessica at
* Library Resources on Interpreting (contact UIP at
* Online Registration Forms for Events and Classes (contact Jessica at
* Outreach and Technology Program (details)
* Presentations on the Needs of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (details)
* Social and Recreational Activities (see calendar)
* Sports – Meetings – Activities (see calendar)
* Utah Work Incentive Planning Services Program (details)
* Utah Independent Living (details)
* Utah Interpreter Program & Interpreter Certification Advancement Network (details)
* Vocational Rehabilitation (details)
* Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) (details)
* Volunteer Program (details)