This organization, based in Woodburn, Oregon, has 3 community outreach workers and a receptionist in their office who speaks indigenous languages (Mixteco Alto and Mixteco Bajo).
They utilize the following strategies to communicate with clients who speak indigenous languages:
1 Audio Materials: The Oregon Law Center puts important information and scenarios on tapes and CDs in indigenous languages for their clients
2 Radio: The employees at the Oregon Law Center who speak indigenous languages create radio ads for local Spanish language stations in indigenous languages. They also participate on 2-3 radio shows per month.
3 Presentations: They also do around 5 community presentations per month for workers (some of which are done in indigenous languages).
4 Identifying and training interpreters for indigenous languages: They collaborate with the Oregon Judicial Department to provide training to become court interpreters for people who speak both an indigenous language and Spanish.
230 W. Hayes St.
Woodburn, OR 97071
Julie Samples firstname.lastname@example.org