Empowerment United Conference

How to Advocate and Empower
Deaf Survivors

Every Wednesday in April 2024 (3rd, 10th, 17th, & 24th).
Open and free to all, everywhere. Voiced interpretation will be provided.

Plus a workshop on Trauma-Informed Care for Interpreters | Learn more here.


The CDC (2017) has indicated that 1 in 4 Americans has hearing loss. Using the National Center for Health Statistics (2017) formula from the Gallaudet Research Institute, the number of individuals who are living with hearing loss in the state of Oregon is approximately 1,064,021, and 4,043 of them use sign language to communicate.

In 2021, we became the first and only culturally specific and responsive nonprofit organization in Oregon to provide advocacy and accompaniment services to individuals who are Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing victims and survivors in their heritage languages.


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Donate today and start building the bridge with us.