Homebound Services

Warren County Memorial Library provides homebound delivery of library materials to persons in Warren County who, because of age, illness, or disability, are unable to leave their home.

This service can be used in the short term or the long term depending on the situation. To enroll in the program download a copy of the Request for Homebound Service Form (PDF) or call the library at 252-257-4990 to request this form be mailed to you.

Once completed and returned, a staff member will contact you to initiate the service and discuss the types of materials you would like to receive and set up a delivery schedule.

Day Care Center Services

The Warren County Memorial Library works with area Day Care Centers to help promote early reading.

Special Services

Service is available to anyone who cannot use regular printed materials because of a visual or physical handicap, to receive “specially” made library loan books and magazines through the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.

This includes anyone whose visual impairment either permanent or temporary, cannot be corrected with eyeglasses. Persons with a physical disability preventing them from turning pages or holding a book are also included.

In addition, certain learning disabilities may qualify. Nursing homes and other institutions serving people with these disabilities are also eligible.

Our library staff will be happy to give you more information or answer any questions you may have about this service.

Mary Bullock / Youth / Outreach Services, representing Warren County Memorial Library at the Halifax-Warren Smart Start Family Resource Pavilion in Weldon, NC

Mary Bullock at the Youth Outreach Services table