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Post-Election Resources for Immigrants
How to Prepare for Changes in the Presidential Administration
The national immigration advocacy organization CLINIC has prepared a helpful one-page sheet with suggestions and advice for managing the anticipated changes. This sheet is also available in English (at this link) and Spanish (at this link).
The Massachusetts Attorney General's Office has created a new hotline to report and incidents of bias-motivated threats, harassment, or violence. The number is 1-800-994-3228. Please remember that any hate-crimes should also be reported to the local police.
Local Resource Guides
Free One-on-One Classes for Adults
We can help you pass your driver's license test.
We can help you with job applications.
We can help you read to your children and grandchildren.
HiSET (formerly GED)
We can help you with math, reading and writing.
You can take a practice GED test with us to see if you are ready to take the test.
We can help you register for the HiSET test given at Berkshire Community College.
We can help you read, write and speak English better.
Where and When?
Meet with a tutor at a time and place convenient for you.
How do I start?
Just give us a call (413) 243-0471.
Or stop by the office in the Lee Library, 100 Main Street, Lee, MA.
Or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Websites for Practicing English
BERKSHIRE IMMIGRANT CENTER
88 South Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201
Tel: (413) 445-4881 Fax: (413) 445-4802
COMMUNITY HEALTH PROGRAMS
780 Main St., Great Barrington, MA 01230
Tel: (413) 528-1470
41 Mahaiwe Street, Great Barrington, MA 01230-1968
Tel: (413) 528-1985
ELIZABETH FREEMAN CENTER
40 Railroad Street # 8, Great Barrington, MA 01230-1570
Tel: (413) 429-8190
SOUTH BERKSHIRE KIDS
VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE (VIM)
777 South Main Street, Great Barrington, MA 01230
Tel: (413) 528-4014