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Office of Acquisition and Logistics (OAL)

Batteries (for Hearing Aids and Other Devices)

The VA Denver Acquisition and Logistics Center (DALC) predominantly provides zinc air batteries for use in hearing aids.  However, different battery types are also available for use in other battery powered devices such as artificial larynxes, assistive listening devices, and other devices such as neuromuscular stimulators.

How to Order

Veterans who are authorized to receive batteries from the VA have several ways to request additional batteries.  Please reorder when your remaining supply of batteries is sufficient for approximately 30 days.  Based on the information contained in your request, each order will contain batteries sufficient to operate your hearing aid or device for approximately six months.

  1. Complete VA Form 2346, Request for Batteries and Accessories.  Please download and print a copy of VA Form 2346, complete the form and mail it to the DALC at the address provided on the form.

  2. You may now order batteries online.  Users of the online ordering system are required to register through the E-Authentication credentialing process.  E-Authentication is a government-managed service that makes it possible for veterans to gain access to government services online.  View the procedures to gain access to the VA site to order batteries.

  3. You may send an order via email to dalc.css@va.gov.

If you have any questions or need additional assistance, please call the DALC Customer Service Section at (303) 273-6200.

Batteries CatalogThe Catalog

You may view the batteries available by accessing the DALC Catalog.  To find items in the catalog, click on the Table of Contents and then on the item you wish to view.

*Note:  You may need to visit the VA Viewer Software page to view these documents.