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Our Story

The Hearing the Call – Twin Cities Campaign is designed to provide access to quality and affordable hearing healthcare 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. Our campaign brings hope and healing to the hearing-impaired locally in Minnesota. Through quality healthcare, we help people connect with family, education, and opportunities.

Our Mission

Our desire is to BRIDGE THE GAP for qualified individuals in the Twin Cities who cannot access audiology care due to financial need.

Our Vision

Our vision is that NO PERSON is prevented from full participation in life due to hearing loss. service and gains a greater purpose while doing so.

Our Promise

Our promise and passion is to help people who want to stay active and engaged rediscover hearing clearly and without strain.

The Need

1 in 5 Americans suffers from hearing loss to an extent that interferes with communication. We believe no one should miss out on participating fully in life because of hearing loss. Untreated hearing loss has a devastating impact on individuals, families, and communities. Sadly, even Medicare does not cover any of the costs of treating hearing loss, nor do many health insurance plans.

Hearing the Call is a nonprofit campaign bringing hope and healing to the hearing-impaired. Through quality healthcare, we help people connect with family, education, and opportunities.

In 2017, Hearing Health Clinic partnered with Hearing the Call to bring the Hearing the Call Project to their community.

Our Give Back Model

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.

“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 healthcare accessible to anyone, and the Give Hear project allows us to do that.” – Heidi Hill, Audiologist, Hearing Health Clinic.

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