Who can I call?

These are some of the large public service organisations who have already signed-up to give Deaf people the same easy contact to their services that hearing people get.

Adding access for Deaf people to an organisation’s communication channels is simple and inexpensive. It helps to ensure the inclusion of Deaf people and allows the organisation to provide “reasonable adjustment” under the Equality Act.

You can call all of the organisations listed below. They have all signed up to InterpreterNow and have agreed to pay for the calls.

Hover on a service button below to find more information or to call one of the following services:

NHS111

call for non-emergency health advice or information

Available 8am – midnight every day / 365 days a year

Contact NHS111

Leicestershire Police 101

call for non-emergency police assistance or advice

Available 8am – midnight every day

Contact Leicestershire Police 101

contactSCOTLAND BSL

call any Scottish telephone number

Available at any time: 24/7 every day

Contact contactSCOTLAND-BSL

The Deaf Health Charity SignHealth

call for information about SignHealth, or to speak to a member of staff

Available 9am – 5pm Monday – Friday

Contact The Deaf Health Charity SignHealth

National Deaf Children's Society

Call National Deaf Children’s Society

Available 8 am – 5.30pm Mon – Fri

Click here

Stop Hate

call to report a hate crime, or for advice or support

Available 8am – midnight every day

Click here

Western Power Distribution

Western Power Customer Services


Call Western Power Customer Services 0800-midnight every day

Click here

UK Power Networks Customer Services


Call UK Power Networks Customer Services 0800-midnight every day

Click here

Scotrail - Scotland's Railway

Contact Scotrail in a station, on a train or from home

Click here