COVID-19 has shown how our community is interconnected.
But everyone’s experience of the pandemic has not been the same.
At the start of the pandemic here in Lexington, critical information was only being released in English, even though more than 185 languages are spoken in Lexington.
RADIOLEX worked with the Mayor’s Office, the Governor’s Office, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department, and many non-profit community partners to ensure no one in our community was left out of the conversation.
As we move forward, RADIOLEX wants to ensure everyone has access to resources to stay healthy and keep our community safe.
With generous support from the Kentucky Department of Public Health, Office of Health Equity, RADIOLEX will share preventative health tips each month on television, radio, and online in English and the top 10 other languages spoken in our community: Spanish, Swahili, Arabic, Japanese, Nepali, French, Chinese (Mandarin), Kinyarwanda, Korean, and Portuguese.
RADIOLEX will also collaborate with local community partners to offer free wellness clinics at a variety of local events around Lexington. These clinics will offer a variety of health screenings for blood pressure, cancer risk, and hearing as well as COVID boosters, the flu, and other vaccines required for school, travel, and general health.
Check this page often for new events and information. If you have questions, please contact us using the form below.
For multilingual victim assistance see: Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention Coalition
Lexington Public Library Multicultural
Kentucky Interpreter and Translator Association (interpreter training)
International and multicultural university higher and adult education links:
University of Kentucky International Center
Bluegrass Community & Technical College Newtown Campus / Carnegie Operation Read
English as a Second Language
Bluegrass Community & Technical College Refugee and Career Pathway and Global Learning Center
International driver’s licensing exam information
For the international community, GlobalLex has developed online learning videos for the international residents of Lexington and Fayette County.