Announcements / November 2016

USCRI launches Unite Languages, a national interpreting service

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Unite Languages is a social enterprise and a national interpreting network offering face-to-face, audio only and audio/visual interpreting. Many of the interpreters employed by Unite Languages were previous USCRI clients and are eager to assist others in their communities.

Unite Languages offers around 150 languages and provides interpretation services for medical facilities, businesses, federally-funded agencies, legal services, social services and school districts across the country.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is one of many clients who have had positive experiences with Unite Languages. They say, “Unite Languages’ interpreters are well trained and gifted at working in mental health settings with refugees. They make clients feel comfortable and serve as cultural brokers. They have enhanced the rapport we have with our clients because of their cultural knowledge and empathetic presence.”

Unite Languages strives to be the best interpreting service for clients and looks forward to serving more customers and clients as they grow.

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