Services & Resources
Services for Adults, Teens, and Kids
The Library cultivates civic engagement by connecting you with resources to help you register and prepare to vote.
As we age, our needs, goals, and priorities change. Here is a list of resources for older adults.
Explore our community's wild side! Find new trails in the Michiana area for exploring wildflowers, birds, and other wildlife.
If you or someone you know is struggling with a mental health issue, reach out to one of these professional organizations to get help.
Back to school looks different this year. Let the library help as you continue to navigate this unusual school year.
If you are having trouble paying your rent, mortgage, or utilities, you are not alone. Here are some options available for getting assistance.
There are many free online educational resources available to schools, teachers, students, and parents.
We all want to be healthy and to see our families grow and thrive. The Library can help!
If you need help with school, college prep, or job searches, or if you are a teen in crisis, here is a list of resources that can help.
If you have lost income, here are some available resources to help you get by during this challenging time.
We've compiled a list of resources for parents of young children and expectant parents.
Here are some local and national resources that can help if you are experiencing homelessness.
Here are some resources available in South Bend and Indiana for people with a variety of disabilities who need support.
Whether you recently lost your job, are filing for the first time, or have received unemployment benefits before, we can help navigate these resources.
If you live in southern St. Joseph County, this list can help identify timely support services and information about COVID-19 testing, crisis food distribution, help with grocery trips, etc.