HEAR Nashville stands for "Hearing Education and Assistance Resource."
Our mission is to provide hearing aid assistance to qualified low-income adults in Middle Tennessee. Our organization is staffed by trained volunteers to help refer people to different hearing aid assistance programs and provide other clinical resources.
HEAR Nashville was founded in 2010 as charitable organization under the IRS rules and regulations. It is a partnership between several community organizations that provide different services to those with hearing loss. These organizations include:
The Audiology section of the Department of Speech Pathology at Tennessee State University
Bridges (formerly League for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing)
We are funded by a variety of grants, donations and gifts from local foundations. HEAR Nashville is a 501(c)3 registered community organization.
If you are interested in hosting a HEAR Nashville representative for a community education presentation or health fair for your organization, please contact our Call Center at 877-354-3271 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONNECT YOU WITH RESOURCES
Our primary mission is to help connect persons with low-income in Middle Tennessee to hearing aid financial assistance programs. Contact us today to see if we can help you obtain hearing aids.
HEARING AID COLLECTION PROGRAM
HEAR Nashville collects used hearing aids to be repurposed for our patients. We have locations across Tennessee and Kentucky to make donating your hearing aids easy. Contact us to find a convenient donation location near you.
HEAR Nashville always aims to increase community awareness and education about hearing loss. Our volunteers actively participate in community health fairs and presentations to provide education about the effects of hearing loss.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
Contact us today to start your journey to better hearing. Give us a call or fill out the form to connect you with a volunteer and discuss how we can help.