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Organization: Tri-County Literacy Council - Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry  
Phone Numbers: 613-932-7161
Fax: 613-932-5121
Email: tri-countyliteracy@on.aibn.com
Website: tricountyliteracycouncil.ca
Address:
101 Second St W
Cornwall, ON
K6J 1G4
Intersection: Augustus St and Second St
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Thu 9 am-5 pm * some evenings * C.H.A.P Mon-Fri 2:30 pm-5 pm
Executives: Carol A Potts - Chairperson
Contacts: Geraldine McGowan - Executive Director
executivedirector@tricountyliteracycouncil.ca
Service Description: Literacy instruction agency * provides adults with training in reading, writing, math, computer and essential skills to help learners get the needed skills to find or keep a job, go on to further education, or increase their independence * the main focus is on unemployed adults; however, it is also open to employed Ontarians who need to improve their literacy skills in order to maintain or upgrade their work skills * educational/literacy assessments * Community Homework & After School Programming (C.H.A.P.) for children K to grade 8.

Services and Programs:

Fees: None
Application: Call the office for an appointment for eligibility screening
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Individuals 19 years and older (some exceptions may apply), out of school and lacking the literacy skills necessary to find and keep a job or to meet everyday needs * must be able to progress.

The after school program serves children kindergarten-grade 8 and encourages high school students to become junior volunteers and/or to complete community hours. Parents are encouraged to participate.
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Cornwall ; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties  
See Also: Adult Literacy and Basic Skills

This information was last completely updated on January 8, 2017

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