DBHDD committed to providing deaf and hard of hearing individuals with meaningful access to services
The Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) is committed to providing all persons with access to high quality services of their choosing close to home. Through the Office of Deaf Services, DBHDD is working to provide deaf and hard of hearing individuals with meaningful access to the broad array of services. The Office of Deaf Services provides a number of services in support of access, including facilitating training and assisting providers with finding interpreters. DBHDD remains committed to providing meaningful access to services for deaf and hard of hearing individuals throughout Georgia through our network of trained community providers.