Member Organizations

Map of Virginia divided into 22 regions for adult education and literacyThis online site links to the adult literacy programs that have sent staff to the conference over the years. To contact groups or individuals, click on the name of the organization below. You will be directed to a site with contact information or information about that program or individual. (Updated 9/2018)

Member Organizations – Click on names of organizations to enter websites

  1. Adult Community Education, Louisa
  2. Jones Creativity Center, Bristol Public Library
  3. B.E.A.C.O.N., Bristow, Prince William County
  4. Blue Ridge Literacy, formerly LV of Roanoke Valley
  5. Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington, Hogar Immigrant Services: Alexandria, Manassas
  6. Charlotte Adult Learning Center, Charlotte County
  7. Child and Family Network Centers, Alexandria
  8. Culpeper Literacy Council, Culpeper County
  9. Eastern Shore Literacy Council, Belle Haven, Accomack County
  10. Goodwill Industry of the Valleys, Roanoke
  11. Literacy for Life, Williamsburg
  12. LV of Charlottesville/Albemarle County, Charlottesville
  13. LV of Fauquier County; Warrenton
  14. LV of Gloucester County
  15. LV of Nelson County
  16. LV of New River Valley, Christiansburg
  17. LV of Prince William County
  18. LV of Shenandoah County
  19. LV of Winchester Area
  20. Literacy Council of Northern Virginia, Falls Church
  21. Loudoun Literacy Council
  22. Nottoway Literacy Program, Nottoway County
  23. One on One Literacy Program, of Wythe and Grayson Counties, Inc.
  24. Peninsula READS, Hampton Roads
  25. Pittsylvania County Literacy Council
  26. Project Literacy, Danville
  27. Rappahanock Goodwill Industries
  28. Refugee and Immigration Services of Commonwealth Catholic Charities (Education Services): Richmond, Hampton Roads, and Roanoke
  29. Sacred Heart Center, Richmond
  30. Skyline Literacy, Harrisonburg
  31. Suffolk Literacy Council
  32. The READ Center, Richmond
  33. United Community Industries, Progreso Center for Literacy and Citizenship, Alexandria