Basic Certification Test Preperation Boot Camp 2 week, 60 hour intensive training
Presenter: Sgt. Kareena N Heath continue »
This post was submitted by Anthony Butkovich.RespondBy Sonya Clauson | May.15, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Headlines
Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency (GHC9-1-1) has implemented a new 9-1-1 emergency texting service for residents who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech impaired. The service is available ONLY in Harris and Fort Bend Counties. The new texting service allows a resident to text a special short code 442911 to connect with a 9-1-1 call center within Harris and Fort Bend Counties.
First, register online at deafhohtext.911.org. Below is the link to more information on the 442911 texting service and the actual registration page.
Texting 442911 FAQs
Texting to a 9-1-1 call center registration page continue »
This post was submitted by Sonya Clauson.RespondBy Matthew Dickens | May.10, 2013 | Filed in: Articles,Jobs Opening
Please read the job description. If you are interested and meet the qualifications, please fill out the attached application form and send along with your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. continue »
This post was submitted by Matthew Dickens.RespondBy Incognito | May.09, 2013 | Filed in: Articles,Community,Law
Terrorism Prevention & “The Beauty of Bees”. 2013 American Honey Queen, Caroline Adams, will present about Public Safety regarding the three kinds of honey bees, the role of a beekeeper, the many uses and benefits of honey, and how bees impact our daily lives.
Announcing a new emergency service for residents who are deaf or hard-of-hearing TEXTING TO A 9-1-1 CALL CENTER IS NOW AVAILABLE!
On Wednesday, May 1, 2013, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m., MOPD, the Houston Fire Department and the Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network will provide training for individuals who cannot make a voice call to 9-1-1, assist people in registering for the text service and provide free visual fire alarms to qualified participants who are deaf or hard of hearing at the Metropolitan Multi-Service Center (MMSC) at 1475 West Gray Street, Houston 77019. Prizes and refreshments are available. Contact June Eaton to RSVP and/or to request accommodation before Monday, April 29, 2013, at email@example.com or 832.394.0814. continue »RespondBy Jenny Holzaepfel - Program Manager | Apr.30, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Headlines,Sickness,Support
The Rose is a 26 year existing non-profit in Houston serving women with mammograms, bone density and related diagnostic cancer screening services.
What is unique about The Rose is that we help uninsured women who can’t afford their care. If you have insurance, consider having your mammogram with us. It allows us to help more women and last year,we helped 9,000 uninsured women. If you are uninsured, we have sponsorship programs for women who qualify. See the attached flyer! continue »
This post was submitted by Jenny Holzaepfel - Program Manager.RespondBy Tyran Lee | Apr.15, 2013 | Filed in: Activities,Articles,Community
Our 1st annual American Sign Language Talent Show is a fun time for our school, Humble ISD, Humble/Kingwood, and Atascocita community as well as the Deaf Community. continue »
This post was submitted by Tyran Lee.RespondBy Marci Hardy | Mar.29, 2013 | Filed in: Activities,Articles
Get a nice tax refund check? Why not treat yourself to a nice vacation? Join the ALL Deaf cruise in October, 2014. Cabins are starting to sell out….some categories are sold out!
This post was submitted by Marci Hardy.RespondBy Nicole Zatzkin | Mar.29, 2013 | Filed in: Articles,Support
United Deaf International Services is a privately-held, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to serving the deaf, hard of hearing and disabled. UDIS serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. Volunteers Needed June 2-9, 2013 continue »
This post was submitted by Nicole Zatzkin.RespondBy Sherry Smith | Mar.25, 2013 | Filed in: Articles,Community
Check out the “Sign Language Just Learn It” wristbands on eBay! “Sign Language Just Learn It” is a slogan created by a volunteer in the Deaf community. continue »
This post was submitted by Sherry Smith.2 CommentsBy Tiffany Scofield | Mar.11, 2013 | Filed in: Articles,Community
Deaf women of Houston is hosting the first Annual Spring Fling on April 7th, 2013 from noon to 6pm. Come out and support local small business and help the Deaf Women of Houston organizaion as well! We will be at an Italian restaurant, Fratelli’s Ristorante’s private party room on 1330 Wirt Rd, Houston, Texas 77034. continue »
This post was submitted by Tiffany Scofield.RespondBy CBF | Feb.22, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Health
Sex and The Gospel Conference 2013! Come learn a biblical view of Sex. April 5-6, 2013 !!! continue »
This post was submitted by CBF.RespondBy Facundo Element Organization | Feb.22, 2013 | Filed in: Activities,Articles,Community
We would like to invite you to take a moment to view our film trailer at www.audacitytoexist.com. continue »
This post was submitted by Facundo Element Organization.RespondBy J Dawn Ribbeck | Feb.18, 2013 | Filed in: Articles,Employment
Humble Independant School District is always in need of qualified Interpreter Substitutes. If you are interested or need more information, please email J. Dawn Ribbeck at Jacquelyn.Ribbeck@humble.k12.tx.us
This post was submitted by J Dawn Ribbeck.RespondBy James Northcutt, Program Book Coordinator | Feb.18, 2013 | Filed in: Activities,Headlines
The Houston Bass Club of the Deaf, Inc. (HBCD)will be hosting the 47th Annual State Team Bass Tournament that will take place on April 25-27, 2013 at Lake Sam Rayburn, Texas where Powell Park Camping Resort & Marina will be our headquarter center. HBCD will be working on a program book and would love to include your Business / Organization for your support to make this tournament a possibility. Would you take the time to read our letter and if interested print out the contract form. Any questions, please get in touch with James Northcutt, Program Book coordinator. He can be reached at 281-305-4171 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!
This post was submitted by James Northcutt, Program Book Coordinator.4 CommentsBy Carlos Javier | Feb.06, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Education
I have a 5 year old daughter who is hard of hearing. I might be moving to Houston in the near future and I am trying to find out schools which have programs to children like my daughter. continue »
This post was submitted by Carlos Javier.RespondBy Edie Surtees | Jan.28, 2013 | Filed in: Headlines
HOUSTON—A recent settlement reached requiring the Houston Housing Authority (HHA) to re-instate housing assistance and pay back rent for one woman in the deaf community benefits many others as well. That’s because the settlement brings systemic changes in the HHA’s effective communication and interpreter policies. continue »
This post was submitted by Edie Surtees.RespondBy Robert Yost | Jan.21, 2013 | Filed in: Articles,Community
The February meeting of P.I.P. (Positive Interaction Program) which brings together the Deaf Community and H.P.D. police department will take place on February 5th. The meeting will be held at: continue »
This post was submitted by Robert Yost.RespondBy Patrick Stuckey | Jan.14, 2013 | Filed in: Activities,Articles
Houston Bass Club of the Deaf, Inc. (HBCD) proudly announce the 2nd Annual Individual Bass Tournament to be held at Toledo Bend Lake Reservoir on February 23- 24, 2013. Headquarter will be at Fin & Feather Resort in Hemphill, Texas. continue »
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