Hearing Aid Funding Resources

At Columbine Hearing Care, we know that paying for hearing aids can be a heavy financial burden for those with limited or fixed incomes.  We are proud to offer affordable services and a range of hearing aid technologies to fit most budgets.  We are also happy to offer no-interest monthly payment options.  Please see our Paying for Your Visit page for more details.  However, if the costs of hearing loss treatment are still outside of your budget, we encourage you to look into the following hearing aid funding resources available to adults in Colorado.


Hearing the Call – Colorado

Columbine Hearing Care is a proud partner of this non-profit organization that provides hearing aids to income-qualified applicants.  Hearing aids and 3 follow-up visits are fully paid for by Hearing the Call.  Appointments beyond the first 3 are just $15/visit.  Our non-profit works on the principle of the Circle of Giving.  We only ask our hearing aid recipients to “pay it forward” through 10 hours of service or 10 acts of kindness in their community.  For more information and to apply, go to HearingTheCall.org/Colorado.


Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)

This is a state and federally funded program designed to help eligible individuals with disabilities find and maintain suitable employment which includes assistance with procuring hearing aids.  You must have a job or be actively looking for a job to be a DVR client.  For more information and to apply, go to DVR.Colorado.Gov.


Colorado Gerontological Society (CGS)

Through a grant from the Denver Regional Council of Government and community donations, CGS provides financial assistance to Denver metro area seniors for the purchase of eyeglasses and hearing aids.  Applicants must be adults aged 60 and over who live in Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin or Jefferson county.  For more information and to apply, go to SeniorAnswers.org.


Denver Health Audiology Clinic

Hearing aids can be purchased at a reduced cost if you have Medicare (non-HMO) and/or Medicaid.  You must be a Colorado resident and live in the Denver Metro Area.  A referral from your primary care physician is required before an appointment can be scheduled.  For more information, go to DenverHealth.org/Services/Audiology.


Denver Lions Club

The Hearing Committee of the Denver Lions Club provides funding for hearing aids and fitting fees to income-qualified individuals living in the Denver Metro area.  For more information, go to DenverLions.org.


Marion Downs Center

This non-profit organization offers financial assistance to qualified applicants for hearing tests and hearing aids.  For more information, go to MarionDowns.org.