Frequently Asked Questions
Who does NMCDHH serve?
Does NMCDHH offer training or in-services?
Is there a cost associated for NMCDHH services?
Who has NMCDHH developed partnerships with?
1. Who does NMDHH serve?
NMDHH is a state agency who serves any citizen in New Mexico. Our consumers include anyone with our without hearing loss including Deaf, hard of hearing, interpreter and businesses.
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2. Does NMDHH offer training or in-services?
Yes, NMDHH provides trainings on a variety of topics.
The Training & Development topics include:
- NMCDHH Overview
- Hearing Loss Awareness
- Effective Communication, American's With Disabilities Act
- Telecommunication Equipment Distribution Program.
To arrange for a training or presentation please complete the Presentation Request Form and submit to Shannon Smith, Director of Telecommunications and Technical Assistance.
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3. Is there a cost associated for NMCDHH services?
The NM Mentoring Program does require an application fee. For more information regarding fees associated with interpreter mentoring please visit the services tab. All other services provided by NMCDHH are done so at no cost to the consumer including our equipment distribution program.
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4. Who has NMDHH developed partnerships with?
Some of the many agencies, organizations and schools NMCDHH has built partnerships with are:
- Aging & Long Term Services
- Alameda Satellite Senior Center
- Albuquerque County Library
- Albuquerque Hearing Associates
- Albuquerque Public School's Health & Mental Health Services
- Albuquerque Veterans Center
- Amerigroup Community Care
- Armijo Satellite Senior Center
- Barelas Senior Center
- Bear Canyon Senior Center
- Central New Mexico Community College Special Services
- Children Youth & Families Department
- Comfort Audio
- Community Outreach Program for the Deaf
- El Rancho Senior Center
- Eldorado Center
- Hamilton Relay
- Hearing Association of Albuquerque
- Hearing Impaired.Net
- Hearing Loss Association of Albuquerque
- Hearing Loss Association of America
- Highland Senior Center
- Hispanic Cultural Center
- Human Services Department Communications Division
- Human Services Department Women Infants and Children
- Human Services Department: Working Disabled Individuals Program
- Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
- Los Volcanes Senior Center
- Luisa Senior Center
- Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center
- Mary Ester Gonzales Senior Center
- Meals on Wheels
- Nambe Pueblo Elderly Program
- National Association of State Relay Administrators
- National Association of the Deaf
- New Mexico Association of the Deaf
- New Mexico Enchanted
- New Mexico Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
- New Mexico School for the Deaf
- New Vistas
- North Valley Senior Center
- Open Hands, Inc
- Pacheco Senior Center
- Palo Duro Senior Center
- Pasatiempo Senior Center
- Pojoaque Pueblo Elderly Program
- Princess Jeanne Senior Center
- Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
- Relay New Mexico
- Rio Bravo Satellite Senior Center
- Santa Fe Division of Senior Services
- Santa Fe Public Schools
- Senior Volunteer Programs
- Silent Call
- Social Security
- Social Security Office
- Taxation and Revenue Department Motor Vehicle Division
- Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program Association
- Telecommunications for the Deaf, Inc.
- Teltex, Inc.
- Tesque Pueblo Elderly Program
- University of New Mexico Accessibility Resource Center
- University of New Mexico Speech & Hearing Sciences
- Villa Consuleo Senior Center
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