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Maryland Relay/ Telecommunications Access of MD

About the Practice

KEEPING MARYLANDERS CONNECTED BY PHONE

Telecommunications Access of Maryland (TAM) is a State agency that provides equipment and services for Marylanders who have difficulty using a telephone. We provide a vast array of solutions to meet the diverse needs of our state, including:

Calling Options from Maryland Relay

If you, or a loved one, is Deaf, hard of hearing, late-deafened, DeafBlind, or has cognitive, mobility or speech difficulty, Maryland Relay offers many free calling options that enable you to make and receive calls. Learn more about our Relay services.

Telecommunications Equipment Provided by the State

The Maryland Accessible Telecommunications (MAT) program provides assistive telecommunications equipment to qualified Marylanders. Free training may also be available. Learn more about the MAT program and apply for your free evaluation.

Community Outreach

TAM staff members are active in educating the community about Relay services and assistive equipment through presentations, school programs, community events, business partnerships, and more. Learn more about our outreach efforts.

TAM became a part of the Maryland Department of Disabilities in July 2020 and is guided by the Governor’s Advisory Board of Telecommunications Relay. The services Maryland Relay provides are funded by the Universal Service Trust Fund (USTF).

*Remote Conference Captioning (RCC) should be added to the list of services on the left-hand side of the page*

Location

Maryland Relay
301 West Preston Street
Suite #1008A
Baltimore, MD 21201
800-552-7724
doit.maryland.gov
moreinfo@mdrelay.org

Articles by this Practice

Keeping Maryland Residents Connected - Maryland Relay/ Telecommunications Access of MD

Difficulty Hearing Over The Phone? - Maryland Relay/ Telecommunications Access of MD

Assistive Telecommunications Equipment Provided By the State - Maryland Relay/ Telecommunications Access of MD

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