Resources

A Profile of the Foreign-born in the Louisville Metropolitan Area
The Urban Institute in Washington D.C. was commissioned to produce "A Profile of the Foreign-born in the Louisville Metropolitan Area". This Study of the International dimensions of Louisville is intended to help policy makers, local officials and service providers better understand the size, characteristics and needs of the regions immigrant population.

Support for this report was provided through a partnership between the Louisville Metro Office for International Affairs and Americana Community Center with funding provided by the Annie E Casey foundation, C.E & S. Foundation, Kentuckiana Works and Greater Louisville Inc.

Click here to read the full 56 page Report (2MB PDF File)
Click here to read the Summary Brochure (
2MB PDF File)


Community Language Bank

The Community Language Bank is a resource for agencies, institutions and persons providing services to limited English speaking clients. The Community Language Bank offers a database of interpreters. All fees and scheduling of interpretive services are to be arranged directly with the interpreter. Interpreters are not employees of Metro Government. 

If you would like to be an interpreter in the Community Language Bank, please call 574.2003 or contact us.


Title VI
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is a national law that protects persons from discrimination based on their race, color, or national origin in programs and activities that receive Federal financial assistance.

For additional information, contact the United States Department of Health and Human Servcies, Office of Civil Rights. (202)619-0403 ADD.