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Interpreters

Southeast Asian:
We have a Southeast Asian Interpreter and Community Health Worker. They can be contacted by calling our Southeast Asian Phone Line (530) 246-5789.

Spanish:
We also have a Spanish Interpreter as well as Spanish-speaking medical and support staff. 

For the hearing impaired:
We have a dedicated TTY phone line for making appointments: (530) 646-3889. SCHC also has contracted deaf interpreters who are proficient with sign language.

Note: Please request interpreter services when making your appointment.

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