Indigenous Interpreting+, a pilot program, specializes in indigenous languages from Mexico is one of the
few programs of its kind in the United States helping healthcare providers, courts and other agencies effectively communicate with indigenous people.

Our Clients


Our Services

Interpreting Services

Indigenous Interpreting+ helps healthcare providers, community based organizations, public agencies and courts meet regulatory requirements for language access, minimize costs and ensure quality services with competent interpreters.

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Professional Training and Development

We offer a training program and products created specifically to train speakers of indigenous languages how to become interpreters. We are continuing to develop and compile resources and create new tools to support an innovative teaching model for indigenous language interpreters.

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Language Access Consulting

Our expert staff can help you with your language access needs concerning indigenous patients and clients. Please contact us for more information or to schedule a free expert consultation.

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The Beginning



Recent and Upcoming Events


Join Us for the Inaugural Session of the Indigenous Interpreter℠: A Credentialed Training Program, sponsored by Indigenous Interpreting+

We are proud to announce the inaugural session of The Indigenous Interpreter℠: A Credentialed Training Program, sponsored by Indigenous Interpreting+℠. This 21-module, 63-hour training program was created specifically to address the unique challenges indigenous interpreters face in the field. It is designed for all indigenous interpreters, and is not limited to any particular languages. READ MORE

Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Funders

August 2015 Webinar: Advancing Indigenous Farmworker Health Care

In partnership with the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Funders (SAFSF), Driscoll’s recently co-hosted a webinar highlighting how Natividad Medical Foundation’s Indigenous Interpreting+ is advancing indigenous farmworker health care. Learn from two organizations (The Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project and the Natividad Medical Foundation) that have successfully created and implemented language-interpreting and training programs within their communities. These collaborative partnerships and the integrative work happening across multiple sectors is helping to increase the access to health care for farmworker communities.

The webinar recording, presentation slides, and other resources are now available on SAFSF’s website:

America’s Essential Hospitals
VITAL 2015

Victor Sosa was a featured speaker at the VITAL 2015 Conference in San Diego, California, in June 2015.

Sosa, Co-Founder and Director of Indigenous Interpreting+, spoke on the topic of “Understanding and Using REaL Data to Target Culturally Competent Care”.

The presentation was moderated by Matilde Roman, JD, Senior Director, Office of Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, accompanied by Julia Joseph-Di Caprio, MD, MPH, Chief of Pediatrics and Assistant Chief of Provider Services, Hennepin County Medical Center.


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