Montana Board of Hearing Aid Dispensers

Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation in Montana, all Montana Department of Labor & Industry offices are closed to the public to protect the health and safety of our clients and staff.  Our services are available through remote delivery.  We are available to assist customers through our online public portal at EBIZ.MT.GOV/POL (Professional and Occupational Licenses) and EBIZ.MT.GOV (for Permits). For other services, please contact us via email at DLIBSDWEBHELP@MT.GOV or by phone (406) 841-2300.

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Welcome to the Montana Board of Hearing Aid Dispensers

The Montana Board of Hearing Aid Dispensers is pleased to share with you the licensing and regulatory information for hearing aid dispensers and trainees. Within this website you will find information on what is needed to become licensed, verify who is already licensed, and learn the statutory and regulatory requirements if you are licensed. You can also learn of board meetings and agenda topics, see the latest news and view frequently asked questions. You can start your search for information by choosing from board information topics to left on each tab.
  • The primary communication method for the division is e-mail. Make sure your e-mail address is current in the database. Also keep your preferred mailing address current. You can update your e-mail and mailing address by clicking on the "Change Address" link under the "Quick Links" section on this Board of Chiropractors website.

    For general questions, please feel free to contact the Board office at dlibsdhad@mt.gov

    • To renew online click "Renew License" under the Quick links menu.
    • The online renewal system is available 24/7 (excluding maintenance and technical issues). Web traffic can be high and it is recommended you do not wait until the end of the renewal period to renew in case there are unexpected technical issues.
    • For questions regarding the renewal process contact 406-841-2300.
  • SB 132 was signed by Governor Schweitzer on May 5, 2011 and become effective October 1, 2011.

    An Act providing that a Licensed Audiologist selling, dispensing, or fitting hearing aids is not subject to Licensure as a Hearing Aid Dispenser; grainting rulemaking authority to the Board of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists; and amending sections 37-15-102, 37-15-103, 37-16-103, 37-16-401 AND 37-16-405, MCA.

    LINK TO SB132 PDF

    The Montana Board of Hearing Aid Dispensers makes every effort to include relevant and current information pertaining to licensing and regulation on our website. 

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