Communication Access Center has a long tradition of providing the state of Michigan the highest quality sign language interpreters in a variety of settings. Settings include but are not limited to medical, mental health, legal / court, educational, corporate meetings / trainings, counseling and seminars / conferences. Download our Interpreting FAQ Document.
Unlike other interpreting services, CAC has the distinct ability to match interpreters based on their unique skills and expertise to best serve both Deaf and Hearing consumers.
CAC currently employs full-time staff interpreters and works with a large network of private contract interpreters.
In compliance with the Michigan Deaf Persons’ Interpreter Act (MI PA 204), CAC only employs individuals that hold a current interpreting credential and are listed with the State of Michigan.
If you would like to schedule an interpreter please call us at 810-239-3112.
For more information about the field of interpreting use the resources below:
For more information about laws requiring the provision of a sign language interpreter please refer to the following:
- Michigan Deaf Persons’ Interpreter Act (MI PA 204 1982 amended 2007)
- Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) (Phone: 800-514-0301)
- Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 – Fact Sheet
- Michigan Division on Deaf and Hard of Hearing
To file for a federal tax deduction for “Disabled Access Credit”, use IRS form 8826. Additional tax information can be found at: