Community Help

Massachusetts Adult Literacy Hotline: The Hotline provides referrals to over 300 adult education programs that offer one-on-one tutoring, small-group or classroom instruction to adult learners. We provide information about basic reading, math, adult basic education, English language training, family literacy, High School Equivalency Test preparation or testing sites. 

Massachusetts Driver’s Manual: The manual is now available online in Spanish. The library has copies of the manual  

MIRA: Massachusetts Immigrant & Refugee Advocacy Coalition offers materials to help immigrants and refugees navigate the system and assert their rights; and links to resources for citizenship, English language and adult education; health and social services, and refugee assistance. 

Multi-Lingual Maps of Watertown - Welcome maps show where to find important town resources and buildings in six languages.

USAHello: This non-profit organization uses the power of the internet to help immigrants, asylum seekers, refugees and the communities that welcome them build brighter futures for themselves and their families.

Watertown Social Services Resource Specialist: If you live in Watertown they can help you find social services you need such as resources for your family, fuel, food, and rental assistance as well as variety of other support and counseling services.  

English Language Learning Programs Outside of Project Literacy

  1. Allston
  2. Boston
  3. Cambridge
  4. Dedham
  5. Framingham
  6. Lexington
  7. Malden
  8. Newton
  9. Somerville
  10. Waltham
  11. Greater Boston

International School of Advanced Learning
20 Linden Street, 2nd Floor | Allston, MA 02134 | (855) 595-5885

  • Morning/evening classes
  • $800 for 4 weeks of intensive classes