Centro de los Derechos del Migrante (CDM), Inc. proposes a model that will build a collaborative learning cohort composed of seven rural local Health departments (LHDs) in the Mid-Atlantic. The cohort will complete language access planning and training with CDM, and, at the conclusion of the project, LHDs will have a language access plan and staff who have been trained in its implementation. LHD staff will demonstrate improved knowledge of how to serve LEPs as a result of the language access planning and training process. In addition to addressing the language access needs of LHDs, CDM will leverage its extensive network of CBO partners and connections to migrant and immigrant communities to inform and educate 15,000 migrant and immigrant community members within LHD catchment areas about their rights to language access and provide resources related to community interpreter training opportunities. Lastly, CDM will ensure that the model is replicable for other government entities and CBOs who wish to work in partnership to holistically address language access challenges and empower community members who are limited English proficient to advocate for their right to be served in a language they can understand.