Services for People with Disabilities

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Deaf and hard of hearing services

The Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DSDHH) provides education, advocacy and accessible support services to enhance the quality of life for people who are D/deaf or Hard of Hearing. They offer individualized services and resources including free classes, speech reading, coping strategies, and assistive technology.  LEARN MORE

Contact Information: Southern Utah Deaf and Hard of Hearing Programs
1067 E. Tabernacle, Suite 10 St. George, UT 84770-3163
(435) 673-8974 (v/tty/vp) |  (435) 628-5368 (hard of hearing caller)
(435) 673-8983 |  (Fax)

Vocational Rehabilitation Services

The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS) is a program within the Division of DINE' Education, which offers vocational rehabilitation to eligible Navajo People with disabilities who are interested in going to work. LEARN MORE

Utah Medicaid Non-Emergency Medical Transport

Medicaid may provide non-emergency medical transportation to Utah Medicaid provider’s and facilities in nearby cities if you are currently eligible for Traditional Medicaid Services; includes overnight costs for long distance transports.  LEARN MORE

  • Montezuma Creek Clinic & Blanding Family Practice (435) 651-3750
  • Monument Valley Clinic & Navajo Mountain Clinic (435) 727-3016

Transitions Inc.

Transitions provides a great number of varied services intended to help people with disabilities participate more fully in their communities and lead more self-determined lives. LEARN MORE

The Division of Services for People with Disabilities

DSPD improves the lives of people throughout Utah with disabilities. Support includes community living, environmental adaptions, day services, transportation services, financial management, host home services, respite care, supported employment services and more. LEARN MORE


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