Do you know a reader who can't get to the library?
Tell them about the Tigard Library's Friendly Visitor Services! The program matches volunteers with people who can't visit the library on their own. A Friendly Visitor will come to your home and deliver library materials.
The service is free and offered to area residents recovering from an illness or injury, to persons who no longer drive, and to people who live in long-term care facilities.
Friendly Visitor Volunteers have been screened by the Oregon State Police and are ready to bring you or a loved one large print books, audiobooks, and more.
Want to use this service? Start by downloading a Friendly Visitor Patron Application.
Want to be a Friendly Visitor Volunteer? Learn more here.
Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) provides a Books-by-Mail Service
to deliver library materials and information free-of-charge to Washington County residents who are physically unable to visit their public library.
If you are unable to use print resources, you may be eligible for another free service— Oregon Talking Book and Braille Library
. The Oregon State Library offers Talking Books
to Oregon residents who are print-disabled. For more information, call 800-452-0292.