Literature about NJ Relay & CapTel services

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NJ Relay & CapTel
brochure (English)
NJ Relay & CapTel brochure (Spanish)
NJ CapTel brochure
NJ CapTel brochure
NJ VA-STS instructions

NJ Relay & CapTel Advisory Board

Robert Robinson, Chair
Disability Rights New Jersey
(609) 292-9742

Maria Novas-Ruiz
NJ Division of the Rate Counsel
(609) 984-1460

Phil Jacob, Vice-Chair
NJ Deaf News
(973) 559-5941

Tanya Onsongo
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
(609) 292-3616

Patricia Campbell
NJ Relay Administrator
(609) 633-9702

Sylvia Del Vecchio
(973) 233-9814

Jaclyne Pallies
NJ Division of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing
(609) 588-2648

Hearing Loss Association of NJ

NJ Association of the Deaf

NJ Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (NJ DDHH)

NJ DDHH is a state agency that provides education, advocacy and direct services to eliminate barriers for New Jersey residents who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.  NJ DDHH also promotes increased accessibility to programs, services, and information routinely available to the New Jersey population.

Qualified individuals may receive assistive communication devices free of charge through the NJ DDHH Equipment Distribution Program.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 has a significant impact on people who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, DeafBlind or those with a Speech Disability in ensuring them equal telephone access. Below are relevant links pertaining to the provision of Telecommunications Relay Service and the strict requirements of confidentiality when making or receiving Relay or CapTel calls: