Do you want to learn to read better, or know someone who does?

We have drop-in adult literacy classes at our office in downtown Birmingham and at Kingston Community Center.

To get started contact Adrienne Marshall at 205-326-1925 or 1-888-448-7323.

Our programs are FREE!


Downtown Birmingham Hours:

Tuesday – Thursday, 10 a.m. to Noon

Tuesday and Thursday 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.


Kingston Community Center Hours:

Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to Noon



11 thoughts on “LEARN TO READ

  1. Mrs. Adrienne I’ve spoke with you before about the program an im just checking to see if there’s any tutors available in the St. Clair area. My number is 256-375-3226

  2. Hello
    My son Steven is having trouble reading. He is 11 years old and just started the 5th grade. It took 3 years to get him help with in the school system and he has been receiving this help for only a year now threw special education classes. Steven is a happy and bright child he just don’t learn like other kids and I do not want him to loose his confidence in hisself because he struggled to read. I can not afford to pay for after school tutoring so I’m reaching out to see if there is free help available. I think his future will be great with help because he is a hard worker and the sky will be his limit. Please email me any help you could give me.
    Thank you

  3. Ms.Adrienne,
    I HAVE spoken to you before about Y’ALL tutors program.I was trying to SEE do y’all have any open IN Birmingham, Alabama please if SO YOU can CALL me n tell ME what I need to do (205)240-8567 thanks and have a BLESS DAY

    • Hello Rhonda,

      Thank you for your interest in becoming a tutor. Your first step is to attend a tutor orientation session. The next one is coming up on September 4th at 11:30 a.m. Orientation will take place at our temporary location: 2218 2nd Avenue North.

      Thank you.


  4. What do you do for a child age 8 that is home schooled but has not been tought to read he now is rebelling against me his grandmother saying his mom said he doesn’t have to at my house what can I do

  5. My son is 18 and he’s having a problem reading is this something he can do or y’all can help with and I will like to do the GED program

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