NER provides medical, educational, occupational, and court interpretation or translation services to clients, organizations, and private individuals in need of language support. We offer services for the following languages and dialects.
Why Interpreting and Translation?
One of the most difficult barriers refugees and immigrants face when attempting to access simple services is English language limitations. In order to ensure non-English speakers are able to utilize important resources—like medical care, legal help, housing, or mental health support—having trained interpreters who speak their native language can make all the difference. Because the refugees and immigrants coming to Utah are from around the world, many speak languages that are less common, and so finding an in-person interpreter can be difficult.