GCDHH is home to two government-funded equipment programs. With the help of the Federal Communication Commission, we are able to dispense things like amplified phones, pillow shakers, flashing doorbells, and so much more at no-cost to our applicants!
GCDHH provides community support in the form of Employment Specialist services, ASL Classes, community events like open caption movie nights, ASL Day at Six Flags Over Georgia, a public meeting room venue, public videophones, and even notary services!
GCDHH provides interpreting services for purposes such as education, legal, medical, employment, local, state, and federal government, theatre, special events, and sporting events. All interpreters are certified and GCDHH-approved!
GCDHH is home to a week-long residential summer camp for youths who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Campers form lasting friendships and acquire social, team-building, leadership, and communication skills. Camp Juliena is for ages 6-13.