I worked in social services for over 15 years and there are plenty of places such as libraries, that provide ESL classes(FREE). Another good directory is the United Way. Also, lots of immigrants from Mexico, South and Central America are smarter than you think. They have english language skills but don't utilize because they get first hand spanish speaking american workers to help them out. I have pushed many to gain the confidence to speak it more frequently and thats all the problem is-lack of confidence. These spanish speaking american workers (government) aren't doing complaining americans a favor by servicing immigrants in spanish. The question is: why did the government start making it easy for spanish speaking only immigrants to utilize american services and spend tax payer money to make printed material in spanish? BTW, I am of Mexican descent, born and raised in Texas. My mother was a spanish speaking immigrant that came to Texas in the 50's and forced herself to learn the american way which included the english language and became a citizen. She wasn't given the red carpet treatment; so I cannot relate to those that do get it and continue to stay in the dark. No sympathy here, sister.