Frequently Asked Questions
Project Outreach delivers books, magazines, videos, and other library materials to Brockton residents who are physically unable to access the library building.
Yes, all public library buildings are handicapped accessible. The goal of the Outreach program is to serve residents who are physically unable to leave their homes on a regular basis without great difficulty.
Absolutely not. People with temporary disabilities, such as a broken leg, are welcome to use the service until they are mobile again.
Project Outreach offers homebound residents access to all of the library materials that someone coming into the library would have access to. Anything that can be checked out of the library can be delivered to homebound residents, including books, videos, audio books, and magazines.
Materials are selected by the coordinator of the program based on your preferences. Patrons are also welcome to request specific titles.
The delivery driver makes book deliveries Monday thru Thursday, 1 to 3 P.M. Patrons must call a few days in advance to arrange for delivery and pick up.
Outreach materials can be kept 2-4 weeks. Outreach patrons are responsible for calling to arrange a pick-up before the date they are due.
You can call the Main Library at 508-580-7890, x207 for more information on Project Outreach or e-mail the Project Outreach coordinator.
|Web Page Last Updated 08/07/11|