Empowering Deaf and Hard of Hearing Muslims

Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges

Planting Seeds for Tomorrow's Future, Building Bridges of Friendship

Join us in creating a world of inclusion, and make a difference
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ISDHH family wishes you and yours a blessed and fulfilling Ramadan

Share Your Blessings This Ramadan

Make a difference this Ramadan, and give your Zakat to support the Deaf Muslims.

Mission

Islamic Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ISDHH) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization as well as a community that promotes and empowers Leaders for the deaf through leadership, education advocacy, determination, excellence and servitude.

ISDHH was established in 2015 as a Non-Profit organization to advocate and empower the Muslim deaf community, and facilitate their understanding of Islam and their integration within the Muslim community. Due to lack of understanding of the needs of the deaf both intellectually and spiritually, they are always excluded from the learning process including Jummah Khutbah and religious education by Muslim scholars, or even a Du’a in Ramadan which made deaf Muslims feel disenfranchised and not cared for by their brothers and sisters in faith. Due to lack of resources, deaf Muslims have minimal to no knowledge of what the Holy Qur’an contains or what the different narrations of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) teach us. They are very eager to learn Islam and they need and want to feel inclusive in our hearing Muslim community.

Numbers Speak

Deaf Shahada
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Deaf Marriages
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Deaf Events
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ASL Khutbas
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Hajj for All:

An Historic Journey for American Deaf Muslims

ISDHH is thrilled to announce the historic journey of the first American Deaf delegation embarking on the Holy pilgrimage of Hajj to Mecca, Saudi Arabia in 2025, Insha’Allah!

This historic journey promises to be unforgettable and life-changing for all deaf Muslims who have the privilege to attend. However, we need your support to make this dream a reality. Your generous donations will ensure that every member of our community has the opportunity to experience this profound spiritual journey.

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Let us come together to fulfill the dream of Hajj for our Deaf brothers and sisters. Donate generously and be part of this remarkable journey.
Donate Today & Help Make History

Special Needs in Our Religion

Sh. Omar Suleiman

Khutbah by Nouman Ali Khan

Counseling Services

We are excited to offer counseling services to Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing Muslims. ISDHH offers counseling in the following areas:

Our resident counselor is Sandra Labadia. She is an integrity driven professional Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), offering individual and couples counseling. She serves a plethora of diverse demographics and is skilled as a multi-cultural and multi-generational specialist and her work with minority populations. Sandra is recognized for her work with the deaf community and is competent in American Sign Language (ASL). She is a compassionate, understanding and empathetic listener.

Pre-Marital Counseling

Individual Counseling

Couples Counseling

How Could You help?

Giving is Virtue

Generous donors like you are the key to our success and make it possible for ISDHH to fund our programs for the deaf, and better equip deaf people with the assistance and special services that will help them lead a better life.

Volunteer

Are you interested in volunteering? If you are looking to make a difference, and are eager to help us in serving our deaf community, please send us an inquiring about such opportunities.

Make a Difference

Giving is Virtue

Generous donors like you are the key to our success and make it possible for ISDHH to fund our programs for the deaf, and better equip deaf people with the assistance and special services that will help them lead a better life.

Volunteer

Are you interested in volunteering? If you are looking to make a difference, and are eager to help us in serving our deaf community, please send us an inquiring about such opportunities.
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