Need to schedule? Call 606-324-1141

If you are having an emergency or crisis, please call 800-562-8909

Pathways provides direct services for deaf and hard of hearing adults, children, and their families. We also provide guidance on use of Inter-preter Reimbursement Funds available to Community Mental Health Center’s by the Kentucky Division of Behavioral Health, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services. Pathways strives to network and work collabora-
tively to remove barriers and close the gap in the continuum of care for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.
If you would like to make an appointment for a consumer or have questions about Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services please email

The Kentucky Commission on Deaf and Hard of Hearing (KCDHH) acts as an advocate for deaf and hard of hear-ing persons on legislative issues as well as a consultant to the governor, General Assembly, and various state and local governmental agencies concerning policies and programs that pertain to people with hearing loss. KCDHH provides information, referral, and advocacy services, and an interpreter referral service for state agencies.
KCDHH produces the Kentucky DeaFestival, The Communicator, and brochures. KCDHH maintains a library of materials which are available for research and general information. The Telecommunications Access Program (TAP), with devices such as TDDs, amplified phones and CapTel, is available for eligible deaf and hard of hearing Kentuckians. For more
nformation on KCDHH services, contact: 502-573-2604 or



Shanalee Branham

(606) 324-3005



Dena Garrett

(606) 329-8588, ext. 4549