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The Community Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing (CCDHH) was established in 1975 to meet the diverse needs of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities. The Deaf community was looking for services and programs to be provided in American Sign Language (ASL), and hard of hearing individuals sought support and guidance from knowledgeable professionals who could understand their unique challenges. The CCDHH is the only full-service community center for the Deaf in Northeast Ohio. 

We provide a broad range of resources for persons who are deaf and/or hard of hearing living in Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Huron, Lake, Lorain or Sandusky counties.

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A special announcement about COVID-19, the Coronavirus illness: Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center Special Announcement: Coronavirus

Community Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 
11635 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106-4319

Voice: (216) 325-7581
Fax: (216) 325-7681
VP: (440) 387-4833
Email: CCDHH@chsc.org

Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CleCCDHH

Download our brochure here.

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Audiology

Focusing on three areas, job preparedness, literacy and independent living, the Community Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing assists clients to improve skills necessary for their future success.

Support Services News Item 2

CCDHH offers a variety of support services to individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing as well as education, training and collaboration with any agency serving persons from these two communities.

SignStage News Item 3

SignStage works directly with Deaf and disadvantaged students in the classroom to motivate and improve their literacy, learning, and social skills as well as improve their personal self-esteem. 

Ohio Clinician Mental Health Training for Deaf and Hard of Hearing News Item 4

This training equips Ohio clinicians with knowledge and insight into the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Community, a cultural and linguistic minority with very limited access to mental health care.


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