New Text-to-911 Capabilities through Deaf Services Center and Lucas County 911 Emergency Services

Deaf Services Center and the Lucas County 911 Emergency Services Center have worked together to introduce text-to-911 capability. This new access, supported by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), is specifically beneficial to individuals within the deaf community, providing more confidence in contacting and accessing emergency services. To learn more about Deaf Services Center, visit dsc.org.

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