Welcome to Indigenous Interpreting+®

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. Indigenous Interpreting+® meets the need for community and medical interpreting in indigenous languages that are not available through traditional interpreting services. As part of the Indigenous Interpreting+®, you will receive customized services to fit your specific interpreting needs. We will work with you individually to connect you with the best interpreter and the most appropriate delivery platform.

Indigenous community, legal and medical interpreting services are available during regular business hours (Monday-Friday, 8 am – 5 pm Pacific). You can reach us by calling our toll-free number at 855-662-5300 or filling out our contact form.


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Interpreting Services

  • Medical Interpreting

    Interpreting services for Hospitals, Clinics, Emergency Room, Mental Healthcare, End of Life + Hospice, Surgery, Pre + Post Op, Transplant Agencies and more.

  • Legal Interpreting

    Interpreting services for Court Interpreting, Prisons, Sheriff’s Department, Immigration Interpreting and more.

  • Community Interpreting

    Interpreting services for Schools, Community Meetings, DMV, Homeland Security, Communications, News Media and more.


Types of Interpreting

  • Onsite Interpreting

    Onsite Interpreting, also known as Face-To-Face interpreting, is interpretation with the interpreter physically present in the interpreting encounter.

  • Video Interpreting

    Video Interpreting, also known as remote interpreting, is the delivery of interpreting services by means of a video device.

  • Telephonic

    Telephonic, also known as over-the-phone interpreting, is the delivery of interpreting services by means of a telephone.


Modes of Interpretation

  • Consecutive

    Consecutive interpreters wait for the speaker to pause before interpreting. Interpreters can either take notes and interpret after speaker is done, or interpret after every sentence.

  • Simultaneous

    Simultaneous interpreters are trained to speak simultaneously with the client, communicating in real time.

  • Consecutive Relay

    Relay interpretation is used when more than two languages are involved in a session.