The Library's Community Outreach programs expand access to library materials and services by reducing barriers of literacy, mobility, and geography.
We are dedicated to delivering library services and materials to county residents who do not have easy access to our library buildings.
In service since 1929, the Bookmobile is a rolling library branch with weekly stops throughout the county.
We deliver to you. Library volunteers and staff provide this free, personalized service to Monroe County residents confined to their home due to chronic or extended illness, physical disability, or significant transportation problems.
The Jail Library Project is a cooperative agreement between the Monroe County Correctional Center and the Monroe County Public Library which provides library materials to jail inmates.
The Community Outreach Van provides browsing collections of library materials inside nursing homes, senior activity centers, and senior living facilities.
We provide early literacy support for all Head Start locations and other large preschool facilities through on-site programming, book deliveries and Every Child Ready to Read workshops for families, teachers and caregivers.
VITAL pairs volunteer tutors with adults in our community who need to improve basic reading, math, or English speaking skills.
For more information on any of these services, call us at (812) 349-3050 or use our contact form on the side of this page.