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Hearing loss is a common concern in older adulthood and affects the person’s overall experience of the world around them. However, hearing aids are often expensive and not covered by traditional Medicare

The organizations listed below may offer financial assistance towards the purchase of hearing aids to people with limited incomes.

Audient Program
EPIC Hearing Healthcare
3191 W. Temple Ave. Ste. 200
Pomona, CA 91768
(866) 956-5400 x 2 (Voice)
Website: www.audientalliance.org
E-mail: hear@epichearing.com
This program offers reduced cost hearing aids for qualifying low income applicants.

The Hearing Foundation
(Hearing Bank/Up-State Hearing)
1640 Tehama, Suite B
Redding, CA 96001
(530) 243-7307 (Voice)
Website: www.4c1lions.org/hearing.htm
E-mail: smrobeson@sisqtel.net
This hearing foundation offers assistance to low income individuals needing hearing aids, medical/surgical and audiological services.

Medi-Cal
(800) 541-5555 (Voice-Toll Free)
Website: www.medi-cal.ca.gov
If you currently are a recipient of Medi-Cal benefits, you may obtain hearing aids through the program.

Starkey Hearing Foundation
Twin Cities office
6700 Washington
Eden prairie, MN 55344
(866) 354-3254

Hearing Aid Financial Assistance
Hear Now Program
800.328.8602
hearnow@starkeyfoundation.org