The NMCADV Accessibility Project Language Line and Interpreter/Translator reimbursement programs are ending on April 30th.  Click HERE for more information.


language line is available to victim service providers through Pacific Interpreters.  Services are contracted through NMCADV.  Please download the instructions HERE and post by your phones. If you have used Pacific Interpreter services a demographics form must be submitted.

In-person interpreters may be reimbursed by the program by submitting a qualified interpreter’s invoice.  Services are contracted through agencies/interpreters.  Please see resource links below to find appropriate services.

Document translation must be pre-approved by the program administrator.  Please email to get pre-approval.

LEP Plan Support and Training:  In partnership with Enlace Comunitario, NMCADV will provide you with technical assistance and training to create an LEP Plan for your organization and integrate it into your organizational knowledge and culture.  Please submit a request for this type of help, and we will work to provide you with the necessary assistance.

Submit request for support/training: HERE

LEP Planning and Language Access Webinars

LEP Resources


Certified Court Interpreters

New Mexico Translators and Interpreters Association

Asian Languages: New Mexico Asian Family Center

Spanish Language: Enlace Comunitario

Northwest Interpreters, Inc. – provides interpretation and translation for 175 languages

Federal Information and Guidelines:

Health and Human Services LEP Info

NM Crime Victims Reparation Commission LEP Info

Breaking Down the Language Barrier: DOJ Video on LEP