Each year, trained interpreter Ana Giusti assists more than 60 Spanish-speaking women victims of violence access healthcare services through Foundation grantee Center for Non-Violence.


The St. Joseph Community Health Foundation provides grant funding for medical interpreter and bilingual health navigator staff positions and related services at community agencies serving low-income and vulnerable populations. Related services, including staff and volunteer skills assessments, training and related equipment will also be considered. For more information on how to apply for a grant from the Foundation, click here.

We also provide funding for current community partners and grantee agencies to hire a trained medical interpreter for a health-related, one-time, short-term use and/or a special event serving low income, vulnerable popuations, click here.