Mississippi Relay – a voice for hearing,vision, & speech impaired

Mississippi Relay is a free service that provides full telephone accessibility to people who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, deaf-blind, and speech-disabled. Mississippi Relay can be used to make calls to anyone who has a telephone in the United States and around the world.

Sprint Relay celebrated 20 years of service, 1990-2010, and continues to offer innovative services with caption telephones, video relay service, Spanish relay service, 24 hour 7 days a week service, and a Equipment Distribution Program  The service and free equipment is funded by a surcharge on all telephone bills and available upon request to eligible Mississippians.  Information about Mississippi Relay and the Cap Tel telephone can be found at www.mississippirelay.com and at www.captelmississippi.com . Additional information about WebCaptel for people who have internet accessibility can be found at www.sprintcaptel.com.  If you have questions contact the local Outreach/EDP Specialist, Joyce Hart, at (601) 936-5012 office, (601) 709-4625 fax, (601) 936-5052 Cap Tel, Joyce.Hart@Sprint.com, or stop by to see Joyce in the exhibit hall at the 2011 MSHA Conference.

Suzie Rosser


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