Ohio Relay Service

For Persons with Communications Disabilities

What is Relay Service?
The Ohio Relay Service enables persons with communications disabilities to use their text-telephone, often referred to as a "TTY" or "TDD," to place calls to and receive calls from hearing people anywhere. Call 1-800-750-0750 to use the Ohio Relay Service. When Using a TTY/TDD, the typed messages are transmitted to a Communication Assistant who voices them to hearing persons. Hearing persons' messages are voiced to the Communication Assistant who relays them to the TTY/TDD printout or display. Calls can be placed 24 hours a day, seven days a week with no restrictions on the length or number of calls placed.

All calls are confidential.

Long Distance:
If you are a registered TTY/TDD user, long distance calls within Ohio are charged at discounted rates to adjust for the additional time needed to make a relay call.

Emergency Help:
If emergency help is required, call 9-1-1 or your local emergency number. Most police and fire departments have TTY/TDDs. Otherwise, an Ohio Relay Communications Assistant will connect you with the appropriate agency.

For More Information:
For Questions, comments, problems or complaints about the Ohio Relay Service, call the Relay Service administrative number toll free, 1-800-325-2223 (TTY/TDD and Voice).

The Ohio Relay Service is operated statewide by Sprint.

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