March 2020 Notice for Relay Users from the Minnesota Department of Commerce
Minnesota Relay is a free service providing telephone accessibility to people who are deaf, deafblind, hard of hearing or speech disabled. Relay services provide support for TTY, ASCII, Hearing Carry Over, CapTel, Speech-to-Speech, Voice Carry Over, Spanish Relay calls, as well as a wide range of other services. For detailed information on the many types of relay services available, visit the Minnesota Relay website.
DHS and the Department of Commerce also provide a comprehensive statewide outreach program to educate individuals and businesses about Minnesota Relay services. Available outreach services include:
- One-on-one training sessions
- Equipment demonstrations
- Call instruction sheets
- Assistance with Minnesota Relay complaints or commendations
- Information for businesses on not hanging up on relay calls
To learn more about Minnesota Relay Services, or to schedule a free presentation, contact Minnesota Relay:
More information about relay services in general can also be found on the Federal Communications Commission's webpage Telecommunications Relay Services.
Amplified and Captioned Telephones brochure
Minnesota Relay brochure