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    Our trained volunteers are ready to work with you. This is a free service.
    Do you have trouble reading?
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    Open up a whole new world as you reach for your reading goals!

The Path to Better Reading & Writing

With one simple phone call you can begin your journey to better reading. Work one-on-one with a trained reading tutor to improve your reading skills. You will build skill and confidence as you strive to reach your reading goals. This service is offered free of charge to individuals who are eligible.

Call (450) 671-4375

Find out more about how to get started. Call us to speak with a friendly SSRC volunteer. Your path to better reading begins here!

Our Programs

Visit our program page for more details about all our programs.

Train to become a SSRC Reading Tutor

Share the wonderful gift of reading with those who need your help. Learn how to be an effective tutor with our free training, using the Laubach method.

Tutor training is usually held over the weekend and all materials are provided.
Our next tutor training session will be held in Spring 2018 Date TBA


What's New

Latest news, programs, updates, and announcements


Mother Goose 2018 Winter Program

This winter, our popular Mother Goose 10-week program will once again be held at 5 locations: Greenfield Park, St. Lambert, Candiac, St. Bruno ...

More details

Spring 2018 Tutor Training

Our next training session for new tutors is: TBA Spring 2018

More details

Our Partners

Annie Beauregard

Saint Lambert Regional Community Learning Centre


Carol Ann Brown

St-John's High School Community Learning Centre

Shawnee Chartrand

St. Jude Community Learning Centre

Brian Peddar

Richelieu Valley Community Learning Centre


Michael Sitruk

St. Lawrence School Community Learning Centre



Adult Activity & Respite Centre


Rachel Wagner

MOTHERGOOSE Program Coordinator


Lise Ouellet

CONPARLE Famille Partnership Table


Margo Legault

Literacy Volunteers of Quebec


RAPID South Shore

Resources for the Anglophone Population with Intellectual Disabilities

Kevin Erskine Henry

South Shore Community Partners Network

Drop by - we want to welcome you!

To set up your interview or for more information, drop by our office or call to speak with an SSRC volunteer (450) 671-4375

Or send us an email