Strengthening the Fabric of our Community
Adult New Readers

Adult New Readers is an adult literacy program training volunteers to tutor adults, age 18 and older, who live and work in Warren and nearby counties. Tutoring is individualized one-on-one instruction at no charge. Adults with literacy challenges are tutored to increase their reading and writing skills. Tutors may also work with pre-GED students. Legal immigrants are taught English as a second language.

Students are screened for their reading level, matched with a tutor and trained using Laubach materials. Tutoring is individualized to meet the student's needs. Tutors meet weekly with their students in a public place, such as a local library or community building.

All tutor training and student materials are free.

If you are interested in becoming a literacy tutor click here!

Adult New Readers is supported by Lebanon Public Library, Mason Public Library, Salem Township Public Library, Franklin/Springboro Public Library, the Mary L. Cook Public Library in Waynesville, grants and donations.

Call Adult New Readers for more information:

Adult New Reader (click to see on map)
645 Oak Street
Lebanon, OH 45036