Minority Health Resources
- http://www.lep.gov/ U.S. government website on linguistic access requirements for agencies that receive federal funds, in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Wide variety of resources available to agencies as they address this mandate.
- http://www.refugees.org/hltoolkit U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants; translations of dozens of basic health and safety brochures into many languages. Incredible!
- http://www.culturalorientation.net/ Information about U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program and specific refugee populations
- http://www.ethnomed.org/ Information about various cultures, plus translations of materials on various health topics
- http://www.diversityrx.org/ Information on health care across cultures
- http://www.xculture.org/ Cross Cultural Health Care Program site
- http://www.migrationinformation.org/integration/language_portal/search.cfm Migration Policy Institute Language Portal; documents related to interpretation and translation, plus translated materials; health materials will be added soon.
- http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/orr/ Federal Office of Refugee Resettlement; policy and funding information
- http://www.healthyroadsmedia.org/handouts.htm Both handouts and video clips on a variety of health topics in a number of languages .
- http://nnlm.gov/outreach/consumer/multi.html The National Network of Libraries of Medicine has developed links to translated health materials on many websites in many languages.
HEALTH INFORMATION TRANSLATION
- http://www.healthinfotranslations.com/ Ohio website with many helpful translated brochures and other resources.
http://www.diversitypreparedness.org/ Drexel U. Website devoted to translated documents on emergency preparedness for limited English proficient persons.
- http://www.echominnesota.org/ ECHO (Emergency and Community Health Outreach) A collaboration of government and non-for profit organizations, hospitals and health plans, and public health and safety agencies across Minnesota, ECHO provides health and safety information in multiple languages by FAX, phone, television, and web during emergency and non-emergency times, to ensure that all Minnesotans receive health and safety information in languages they know best.