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Hearing aid and prosthetic supplies/repairs and aids for the visually impaired

Published 02/09/2007 01:50 PM   |    Updated 04/17/2017 01:26 PM
I need information about hearing aids, supplies, batteries, prosthetic equipment and devices for the visually impaired. Who should I contact?

For information about hearing aids, batteries, supplies, prosthetic equipment and devices for the visually impaired, contact:

Denver Acquisition and Logistics Center (DALC)
555 Corporate Circle
Golden, CO 80401-5621

  - Customer Service Support
     (303) 273-6200

   -  Acquisition Support
      (303) 273-6205

VA's Denver Acquisition and Logistics Center (DALC) serves many eligible veterans worldwide by distributing hearing aid batteries, accessories, and prosthetic socks directly to their homes as well as providing them with hearing aid repair service. DALC's customers also include VA's Audiology and Speech Pathology Services, Prosthetic and Sensory Aid Services, Blind Rehabilitation Centers, other VA services throughout the United States and other Government agencies. These items are shipped anywhere requested.

DALC products and services include:
Hearing aids and accessories, and hearing aid repairs
Batteries (predominantly used in hearing aids provided to veterans, although several battery types are available that may also be used in other battery powered devices such as artificial larynxes, assistive listening devices, and neuromuscular stimulators), Prosthetic Items including prosthetic socks, prosthetic feet, and orthotic softgoods.
Aids for the Visually Impaired, such as rigid and folding mobility canes and adjustable-length support canes; braille pocket watches, wrist watches, and clocks; talking wrist watches and alarm clocks, wrist watches and clocks with highly contrasting faces; braille writers, and AM/FM/TV audio receivers.
For more information and assistance, please go to our Denver Acquisition and Logistics Center website at

For details specific to hearing aids, go to 

To Order  hearing aid batteries, go to

For other information regarding Prosthetics, Medical Devices and Sensory Aids, go to