New York Relay Service is a statewide service that connects standard (voice) telephone users with deaf, hard-of-hearing, deaf-blind, speech-disabled, or late-deafened people who use text telephones (TTYs) or voice carry-over (VCO) phones.
WHAT IS NEW YORK RELAY SERVICE?
New York Relay Service uses state-of-the-art technology to bring relay services to customers.
LIST OF RELAY
New York Relay Service offers toll-free phone numbers including the designated relay phone number - 711.
FOR TTY USERS
For people with a hearing loss who use a TTY (teletypewriter), click here
FOR VOICE USERS
For voice users who wish to make a phone call to a person with a hearing loss or has a speech disability, click here
FOR USERS WITH A SPEECH DISABILITY
For people with a speech disability or speech loss,
For deaf or hard-of-hearing people who prefer to speak during phone conversatons and read conversations on a TTY screen, click here
FOR CAPTIONED TELEPHONE USERS
For people who use a captioned telephone (CapTel) or are interested in more information about the captioned telephone service, click here
FOR DEAFBLIND USERS
For deafblind users who use a TeleBraille, click here
To learn more about other features that New York Relay offers, click here