Visor Cards For Deaf Motorist Are Now Available
- The Visor Cards for deaf motorist are now available.
The purpose of this card is to alert the police when being pulled over that there may be a communication problem. The cards are in English, Spanish and Polish language. Other languages will be printed in the future.
The following places in Chicago where you may pick up this visor card
Advocate Ravenswood Community Mental Health Center
2312 W Irving Park Rd.
Chicago Hearing Society
2001 N Clybourn
Catholic Office of the Deaf
721 N. LaSalle St
St Francis Borgia Deaf Center
8033 W. Addison Ave
Mayors Office for People with Disabilities
City Hall room 1104
2102 W. Ogden
2501 W. 103rd St
Mt Sinai Health Center
California at 15th St
614 W Roosevelt Rd (new address)
National Center for Latinos with Disabilities
1915 S Blue Island Ave
State of Illinois/Dept of Human Services
100 W Randolph room 8-100
600 S Michigan (Wabash side)
Polish Roman Catholic Union of America
984 N Milwaukee (Polish language only)
And of course....
Chicago Police Headquarters
3510 S Michigan (lobby)
Beware... The cops there are very very strict in parking enforcements.
(I got a ticket there last month)
I WISH TO THANK ALL OF THE DEAF SERVICE AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
IN THEIR HELP IN DISTRIBUTING THESE VISOR CARD TO OUR DEAF/HARD OF
Officer Richard Dietrich
Chicago Police Dept.
3510 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60653
TDD Phone: (312) 745-6885
Voice: (312) 745-5823