Here is a list of places online and physical that can refer you to paid tutors in your area. BUYER BEWARE - you MUST check out these tutors in person -- the internet service just lists them without being able to verify either safety or competence.
a. Go to the IDA (International Dyslexia Association) bulletin board, go to the side of the bulletin board, click on Branch Services, find the email or (more likely) phone of your state/country IDA branch, and contact them looking for tutors in your area; they maintain a list.
b. Go to ISER.com (Internet Special Education Registry). Both education centers and private tutors are listed here.
c. Some colleges and university departments keep lists of tutors. This is common in math departments, sometimes found in ediucation departments, and sometimes in job placement offices.
Colleges and universities also have physical bulletin boards where tutors post their phone numbers.
d. Tutors often advertise in local and/or weekly papers, which are focused to their area. Check the classifieds.
e. Some other online tutor referral services are
Tutor.com (give your subject and grade and search for the place to check for in-person tutoring -- hard to find but supposed to be there.)