RGC Access is a 501©3 non-profit organization established in New Mexico to provide support services for persons with disabilities. We have two areas of focus in our agency. We provide referral for on-site and at times when necessary video remote Signed Language Interpreting Services. We also provide Community Education and Outreach Services for persons in the Disability Community.

RGC Access recognizes that New Mexico is a large, rural state that presents many challenges for residents and visitors who have disabilities. We strive to meet some of the communication, access, education and outreach needs in the various communities where we live and work by providing excellentand cost-effective services state-wide. Please contact our team for any assistance we can provide.



RGC Access provides on-site Sign Language interpreting services, on-site Spanish interpretation services, and written translation services statewide. 

We contract with more than sixty New Mexico licensed and nationally certified interpreters. Our interpreters are ready for any interpreting situation. Our services include interpreting in the areas of educational, medical, vocational, mental health, conferences, legal, etc. Our interpreters take pride in their work and strictly follow the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) Code of Professional Conduct to ensure the privacy of every consumer. For more information about RID please visit their website here

Megan Goldberg is the RGC Access interpreter coordinator. She is a nationally certified interpreter and has been working in New Mexico as an interpreter for the past 12 years. Megan is extremely knowledgable about the local Deaf community and is able to provide consultation about communication access and Americans With Disabilities (ADA) guidelines for organizations that are needing to arrange interpreting services for Deaf, hard of hearing, or Deaf-blind consumers. Please feel free to contact her with any questions at mgoldberg@rgc-access.org.