Language accessibility plays a crucial role in ensuring everyone has the opportunity to receive adequate and affordable health services. As members of the communities they serve, CHWs often speak the predominant language which allows them to fill the role of interpreter between patients and clients. This allows patients to have a better understanding their clinical provider’s care instructions. Over time, CHWs can help build a stronger bond of trust between the patient and clinician and encourage better adherence to follow-up treatment. These resources provide insight and information on utilizing language access services in your communities. All resources are available for free and licensed to be distributed for educational use.