We offer diverse corporate and personal support to translate documents in several fields.
Over 75 languages available, including American Sign Language
Language Proficiency Assessment is available in both oral and/ or writing forms. More than 85 languages available for testing.
We convert video and audio recordings into documents.
Medical Interpretation training is available for individuals interested in starting their interpretation career or for interpreters already in the field looking to gain expertise knowledge and a certificate of completion.
Colorado Language Connection offers several workshops with various topics for interpreters of all levels interested in developing their interpreting skills and knowledge.
We provide a variety of cultural trainings for organizations ranging from language access planning implementation to best practices working effectively with interpreters.
Mark your calendars for Monthly Interpreter Group support. Our goal from this support group is to strengthening our mental health resilience, hope and solidarity among interpreters in Colorado.
1537 Alton Street
Aurora, Colorado 80010
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Monday - Friday
We are currently experiencing high volume calls in our office, and it is taking us longer than usual to answer phones and respond to voicemails. If you have an urgent request for interpreting please complete CLC online interpreter request form or email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can respond to your inquiry faster
Colorado Language Connection provides interpretation, translation, transcription, language proficiency assessment, and training for community providers and interpreters. With over 75 languages available, Colorado Language Connection is the leading provider of linguistic and cultural competency resources in Colorado with a proven track record servicing diverse professionals for over 25 years.
Colorado Language Connection is a fee-for-service component of Aurora Mental Health and Recovery (AMHR). Proceeds from services help sustain community programs offered by AMHR, creating a self-supporting, non-profit organization. Utilizing our services is one way to directly support Colorado's immigrant and refugee populations.