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Literacy Council of Southwestern PA

LCSWPA

Organizational Information

Parent Organization

n/a

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization

The mission of the Literacy Council of Southwestern PA is to empower adults and families with literacy skills that enable them to better function as productive and responsible citizens in the workforce and community.

Affiliations

ProLiteracy America, the National Center for Family Literacy and the National Institute for Literacy.

Legal Structure

Non-profit corporation

Funding Sources

Grants, United Way, donations (private and corporate)

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

Jessica Luisi - -  Office Manager

Contact Person(s)

Jessica Luisi

Contact Number(s)

724-228-6188 - Phone

724-916-6002 - Fax

Contact Email(s)

info@lcswpa.org

Web Addresses

www.lcswpa.org

Primary Address

Literacy Council of Southwestern PA
351 Montgomery Avenue
P.O. Box 1584
Washington, PA, 15301

Service Information

Service Area

Washington and Greene counties

Service Description

Adult Basic Literacy Education, Family Literacy, GED Preparation, and English as a Second Language Classes.

We offer free, confidential one-on-one tutoring to adults 16 years of age and older in need of our services. The Council participates in a number of literacy awareness programs that focus on early childhood and family literacy. For residents of Greene County, the council will provide tutors to meet with students at a public site of their choosing.

Available Hours

Office hours are from 9 AM to 5 PM Mon. - Fri. Tutoring hours are coordinated to suit the participant's need.

Fees/Cost for Services

Free

Eligibility Requirements

Anyone over the age of 16 with an educational need.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments

Call or email

Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available

Yes

Volunteer Use

Yes

Volunteer Need

Yes

Volunteer Description

Volunteers are required to participate in a training program.

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