The Deaf Hotline

Phone: 855-812-1001
Crisis Line: 855-812-1001
TDD: 800-787-3224
Toll Free Phone: 800-799-7233
Service Categories:
Languages Spoken: ASL
Services Provided:


Offers email, video phone, and live chat services. Video phone and live chat available 24/7/365.

ADWAS & hotline advocates offer many ways to support callers as we can:

  • listen and provide emotional support
  • provide information and referrals
  • do domestic violence and sexual assault education
  • brainstorm with callers ways to keep safe
  • develop safety plans

Advocates can also work with Deaf and hearing friends and family members of Deaf survivors. Helpers can call us to learn more about intervention strategies and how to support survivors.

Support for Other Organizations

ADWAS also gives hearing domestic violence and sexual assault programs and shelters cultural training, support, education, and technical assistance to improve their accessibility for Deaf survivors. For shelters and programs that want training or information on working with Deaf survivors, they can contact us.

Information and Resources

Also offers a variety of resources, information, and support options for deaf survivors and their friends and families.

Provider Profiles:

ADWAS, in Seattle, Washington, partners with the National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH), in Austin, Texas, to provide DV services in American Sign Language.

Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 8/11/2020