Translation

Help Phoenix Center reach volunteers, beneficiaries, and supporters who speak a different language by translating their communications materials.
Phoenix Center
Marble Falls, TX, USA
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Marble Falls, TX, USA

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Posted January 14th

Project Details

What We Need
  • Specific copy from one document (up to 1000 words) translated from one language to one other of the Organization's choice
  • Note: If you need more than 1000 words translated or copy translated into more than one language, please post additional versions of this project
Additional Details

We need a form translated from English to Spanish in order to provide written materials to our clients in their primary language, providing more comfortable and understood services to families that need our support.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have a form in English, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have staff at your service to clarify, provide any other support, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $7,098 , allowing us to provide more understandable paperwork to our clients and allow for better communication, support

This project will impact Phoenix Center by allowing us to serve more families that have experienced trauma and do so in a clear and respectful way

Project Plan

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Prep: Distribution of Current Materials
  • Volunteer Manager provides the current materials or resources that need to be translated, as well as and any existing materials or terminology already in the desired language
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Milestone 1: Project Goals, Timeline & Process Established
  • Volunteer Manager shares information on where and how the materials will be used
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager outline next steps and timeline for the project
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Milestone 2: Professional Translates Desired Materials & Volunteer Manager Provides Feedback
  • Professional translates the desired materials
  • Volunteer Manager reviews drafts of translated materials, and provides feedback to the Professional on content, grammar, and tone
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Milestone 3: Finalized Translated Materials are Delivered to the Organization
  • Professional incorporates Volunteer Manager’s feedback and creates a final draft of the desired materials
  • Professional delivers final draft to the Volunteer Manager
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About The Org

Phoenix Center
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Whitney C.

Program Director

Our Mission

Phoenix Center inspires hope, health and healing by providing the highest level of mental health care to children and their families through innovative trauma-informed therapy and education.

What We Do

OUR VALUES
1. Holistic Model
We assess and treat the child as a part of a larger system. A child's behavioral and mental health concerns are affected by family, school and relational and environmental dynamics.

2. Strengths-Based Approach
We recognize the intrinsic strengths in children and families as building blocks to promote healing and growth. All people can change and better themselves regardless of their past.

3. Accessible and High-Quality Mental Health Services
Socioeconomic boundaries should not interfere with a child's right to health and well-being. No child is ever turned away due to inability to pay.

4. Research-Based Therapeutic Interventions
All of our interventions are evidence-based, and we do not utilize a "one size fits all" approach to treatment. We find individualized and effective solutions for all clients.

5. Specialized Training, Continued Education and Professional Licensure for Therapists
Our counselors are licensed mental health professionals or are clinically supervised graduate level interns. They continue their education by attending training sessions regularly.

6. Financial Stewardship
The Phoenix Center is very grateful to our supporters and promises to wisely utilize the resources donated to us in a responsible manner.

7. Respect for Individuals
We see each person as an individual and treat them with dignity and respect regardless of differences in cultural, racial, gender, socio-economic, spiritual and environmental backgrounds.