Portland, Oregon 97207-0005 (Show in Google Maps)
Chief Executive Officer
- URL: http://www.ata.org/
|Weekdays:||8:30 am - 4:30 pm|
TYPE OF ORGANIZATION LEGALLY RESPONSIBLE
ATA has no special program for deaf clients. We can provide information via our Web site and through email.
SERVICES ROUTINELY AVAILABLE TO DEAF PEOPLE
|Service fee for deaf clients?||No|
|Fee covered by third party?||No|
|Adjustable fee (sliding scale)?||No|
Staff total: 4
Service Providers Deafnicity: N/A
Interpreting services provided? Yes
American Tinnitus Association can respond to email requests for information about tinnitus, for listings of regional providers who treat tinnitus, and for listings of local support groups (not restricted to the hearing impaired).
Assistive technologies available: None
Facilities accessible by wheelchair? Yes
Facilities accessible by public transit? No
ATA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit information service. The ATA offices in Portland are the national headquarters. However, we do not treat patients. We provide information to help people find treatment and learn more about tinnitus. In addition, through the generous support of individuals and others, ATA selects and funds tinnitus research projects with the intent of curing this condition. ATA also offers the FDL Tinnitus Assistance Fund to help people cover the expenses associated with getting treatment. Interested individuals should contact ATA to learn more.