Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a significant problem for thousands of seniors and many are unable to afford to cost of hearing aids or other reparative aids such as cochlear implants. The Colorado Gerontological Society offers a Hearing Aid Grant Program for seniors in the Denver Metro Area, to help individuals to afford the cost of hearing aids. For individuals who need more immediate assistance or who are not eligible based on age or county of residence, we have identified the following community resources that may be able to assist with hearing loss problems.


Featured Hearing Resources

Harvard Park Hearing
Associates of Otolaryngology

9218 Kimmer Drive, Ste. 200
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Denver Ear Associates
401 W Hampden Pl, Ste. 240
Englewood, CO 80110
Harvard Park Hearing
Associates of Otolaryngology

850 E Harvard Avenue, Ste. 525
Denver, CO 80210
Hearing Rehab Center
7850 Vance Drive, Ste. 195, Arvada
1399 S Havana, Ste. 102, Aurora
155 S Madison St, Ste. 240, Denver
3701 S Clarkson, Ste. 100, Englewood
2049 Wadsworth Blvd, Unit G, Lakewood
7325 S Pierce St, Ste. 100, Littleton
9894 Rosemont Ave, Ste. 104, Lone Tree
18801 E Mainstreet, Ste. 185, Parker
1975 W 120th Ave, Ste. 100, Westminster
Beltone Audiology and Hearing Aids
5225 80th Ave., Ste E, Arvada – 303-635-2222
12203 E Iliff Ave, Unit C, Aurora – 303-696-2696
5154 S Broadway, Englewood – 303-738-9999
1420 S Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood – 303-716-1177
3352 Youngfield St, Ste B, Wheat Ridge – 303-377-4777

Center for Hearing, Speech and Language
4280 Hale Parkway, Denver
A non-profit organization offering hearing testing and hearing aids. Some financial assistance may be offered and if you qualify, hearing tests are only $25.

Denver Health Audiology Clinic
700 Delaware Street
Denver, CO 80204
You may purchase hearing aids at a reduced cost if you receive Medicare (non-HMO) and/or Medicaid and you are a Colorado resident.

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
2211 W Evans Ave, Building A
Denver, CO 80223
This program is for adults whose hearing loss is affecting their ability to work. If you are currently employed, they can assist with the cost of hearing aids. If you are not employed, they will help you find work first before providing funding for hearing aids.

Hear Now
Hear Now helps to provide hearing aids for persons with no other resources available to them. This a program of last resort. You may check your eligibility by calling their toll-free number above. They take into consideration resources such as family support, retirement funds, CDs, savings and others and there is a small application fee.

Hearing Rehab Center
Locations across the Front Range
Colorado’s premier audiology/hearing aid provider with offices throughout the Denver metro area and along the front range. Our Doctors of Audiology will help you find the best solution for your hearing loss. We pride ourselves on educating our patients so that they feel comfortable and motivated to improve their hearing.

Inter-Faith Community Services
3370 S Irving Street
Englewood, CO 80110
May provide some assistance with purchasing hearing aids to low income residents living in parts of western Arapahoe county (excluding city of Aurora) and parts of northern Douglas county.

University of Colorado Audiology Clinic
1635 Aurora Court
Aurora, CO 80045
Call for an appointment to determine eligibility.