Hearing the Call: Minnesota

The Minnesota Hearing the Call campaign brings hope and healing to the hearing-impaired locally in Minnesota. Through quality healthcare, we help people connect with family, education, and opportunities.

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About Us:

The Minnesota Hearing the Call Campaign is designed to provide access to quality and affordable hearing health care for qualified individuals in the Twin Cities.  Hearing Health Clinic in Osseo, Minnesota, has known for years that there were a lot more people who needed hearing healthcare but couldn’t afford it.

“I cannot ignore helping someone in my community who has a hearing loss.  Hearing is incredibly important for overall health, relationships and quality of life. We want to make hearing health care accessible to anyone, and the Give Hear project allows us to do that.” – Heidi Hill, Audiologist, Hearing Health Clinic.

In 2017, Hearing Health Clinic partnered with Entheos Hearing Connection to bring the Hearing the Call Project to their community. Our desire is to BRIDGE THE GAP for those who cannot access audiology care due to financial need. Our vision is that NO PERSON is prevented from full participation in life due to hearing loss.

Qualified participants will show proof of financial need, pay a small fee for their hearing devices and give back volunteer hours in their community as a way to say “Thank you” to the local companies, families and friends that are donating for their care.

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Established in 2003 in Osseo Minnesota, Hearing Health Clinic focuses on promoting hearing health care to the benefit of our community. We believe what sets us apart are our commitments to good old fashioned customer service, providing community support and education, and upholding rigorous Audiology best practices. Making a difference in our neighborhood matters to us, which is why we founded our non-profit program, Give Hear, and assist local hearing conservation efforts.

The Hearing the Call Project would not be possible without the dedication of highly qualified audiologists around the U.S. Entheos Hearing Connection is proud to partner with Heidi Hill and the team at Hearing Health Clinic is Osseo, MN to bring the Hearing the Call to the Twin Cities.   Heidi is a practice owner and audiologist extraordinaire. At her clinic is Osseo, MN, they begin and continue a long-lasting relationship with individuals and their family. Their philosophy is that hearing needs don’t start and stop; they require continual attention. They know it’s important to feel at home and comfortable when you are asking questions that concern your health. Their promise is that they are committed to you for the long haul and offer the services to prove it. When asked why she chose to be one of the first Hearing the Call partners, her response was simple: “I cannot ignore helping someone in my community who has a hearing loss. Hearing is incredibly important for overall health, relationships and quality of life. We want to make hearing health care accessible to anyone, and the Hearing the Call project allows us to do that.”

Volunteer:

There are several ways that you can help us complete our work in providing hearing to low income children and adults in Minnesota and beyond. You can volunteer, donate used hearing aids, become a monthly donor, or simply come out for a great time to any of our annual events!

Local Impact.

“It’s just so strange right now to be hearing all these things, and I’m not struggling. It’s just hard to want to have your hearing back and then be granted it. It’s just a small miracle in my life. It’s amazing! ”

Christine

“One of the biggest difference that the hearing aid is making for me is to hear again things I had forgotten all about. After being fitted for the new hearing aid I could hear water running, I’m looking forward to things like traffic sounds, birds singing, things I remember being able to hear at one time and slowly have just lost the ability to do so.”

Gary

“We get together, ten or twelve of us, and go dancing. I used to not hear when they are talking to me. Now with my hearing aids, I tell them, ‘Be careful what you say, I can hear you now!’ I even tell my kids that too. And they say, ‘Mom you can hear me!’ and I say, ‘Yes, I can.”

Frances