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

Whether you are new to equity and inclusion work or far along the path to shaping a more equitable world, CCHCP can help you and your organization get to the next level. This is exactly what they did for La Clinica. Their team of equity leaders and research support aided in the design of our patient and staff equity satisfaction survey and helped us make sense of the results to plan our next steps. They are smart, thoughtful, approachable, and kind-hearted and they bring all these talents to bear.

Maria Ramos Underwood

We had a great experience with CCHCP’s Equity and Inclusion Program starting from our initial discussions through our virtual training. The staff are great to work with and the training sparked some great discussion on the part of our member agencies. We hope to work with them again in the near future.

Maureen Fitzgerald

CCHCP has been an invaluable partner to the Washington Medical Commission (WMC) in helping us identify and eliminate implicit bias in our system. It has been the CCHCP staff and their exceptional support - providing time and expertise about equity and inclusion - that continues to be the greatest contribution to our success in addressing health care disparities.

Jimi Bush

Thank you for teaching me new medical interpreting skills and ethics these past two weeks. I had a lot of fun and I learned a lot! The Cross Cultural Health Care Program is a truly inspirational organization, and I continue to believe strongly in its mission!


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