My experience working with CCHCP has been enjoyable and I appreciate the continued support I receive. I attended the first online Bridging the Gap (BTG) Training of Trainers (ToT) in July 2020 and it was a great experience. The instructor was excellent and kept the entire class engaged. I really enjoyed getting to know my peers, learning from their many years of experience in the industry, and unique pedagogical skills.

Johnny Romero

Great job with facilitating the lessons, keeping us engaged, sharing some of Seattle, and sharing best practices for in-person or virtual training. I will always remember my ToT class and feel ready to pull this off :-) THANK YOU!

Training of Trainers Participant

The opportunity to learn from a great group of trainers, they all have different backgrounds and strengths that will help me shape my BTG trainer identity when I teach my future classes.

Training of Trainers Participant

The amount of time spent on teach backs and providing feedback to each other was incredibly valuable. It was great to be able to get practice managing a Zoom classroom and to get new resources and tools to use (for both online and in-person training).

Training of Trainers Participant

My communication with CCHCP began in 2018 as I began working with them to coordinate our BTG trainings. They were always so responsive and helpful in regards to all my inquiries / questions. I was lucky enough to take the BTG ToT training in 2019 to become a BTG trainer. The training was fun to be a part of. Since then, the support, guidance and resources that CCHCP has provided has been greatly beneficial to me as a new trainer.


Since 2018, AllCare has licensed the Bridging the Gap Medical Interpreter Training Program from CCHCP to train medical interpreters in southern Oregon. In the aftermath of the wildfires that hit southern Oregon in 2020, these interpreters were critical in providing Culturally Appropriate services between service providers and evacuees. Southern Oregon is on a better path to recovery for our diverse communities, because of your organization.

Stick Crosby