Key CLC Milestones Documented by Guam CEDDERS Community Services: Training Members of CLASP (Culture and Language Access Services Partners) hold up documents reflecting key accomplishments reached by the coalition (CLASP was formed in 2013 to promote awareness about Language Access Services). Among the documents shown are: a) a copy of the Executive Order signed by the governor requiring all government entities including boards and commissions to develop Language Access Plans to address the language needs of its organizations as required by federal mandates and Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards in Health and Health Care; b) a copy of “Beyond Mandates: Language Access Services in Guam,” a publication by UOG CEDDERS outlining the significance of LAS as a strategy to address disparities in services. The publication also documents local efforts to address language equity across the system of services on Guam; and, c) the PEACE Council packet with a cover letter from the Council that will be disseminated to all organizations informing them of the Executive Order and the resources available to help comply with the Executive Order. Front Left to Right: Tisha Flores, DYA; Dorothy Manglona, GCC; Kirsten Rosario, GCC; Back Left to Right: Alex Silverio, DPHSS-GOMH; Ignacio Guerrero, GBHWC; Leilani Duenas, GCC-AHEC; Mariles Benavente, UOG CEDDERS-Project Karinu; Maria Perez, GMHA; Peter Alexis Ada, DYA.The next quarterly CLASP meeting will be held in February 2017. Please call any of the members shown above for more information about CLASP and/or about the Executive Order No. 2015-015.