Community Resource Information Available at Hayner Library
- Category: Library News
- Created: Wednesday, 27 October 2021 13:00
Hayner Library has created several service-oriented guides to help you navigate resources and information on a variety of topics. The guides are available at the library and online (below). For more information about these resources, please contact the Reference department at 618-462-0677, ext. 2849, or email@example.com.
Community Support Services Booklet
Public libraries promote democracy in many ways; one way is to connect people to information and services. To reach out to all in the community, Hayner Library has developed a Community Support Services resource guide. The booklet is meant to help the homeless or anyone in need of social services. It offers a list of local shelters, food sources, free legal services, aging assistance, crisis help, disabilities support, homeless assistance, veterans support, warming/cooling centers, and more. Booklets are distributed throughout the community at hospitals, clinics, crisis centers, and other local organizations. You can pick up a free copy at any Hayner Library location. If you would like some booklets for your organization, please contact the Reference department at 618-433-2864 and we will be happy to supply you with copies. Click here to view the Community Support Services Booklet
Directory of Community Mental Health Resources
Libraries provide an important link to promoting general well-being through our collections and knowledge of information resources. Hayner Library has many mental health and well-being resources in our collection, including our Directory of Community Mental Health Resources. The directory was developed to help patrons locate reliable mental health organizations within the local community. Click here to view the Directory of Community Mental Health Resources
Homeschooling Resource Booklet
Hayner Library supports homeschoolers through our many resources (print and online) and programming. The guides contain information on homeschooling websites, Hayner Library resources, special materials, educational enrichment, parent/teacher books, and more. Click here to view the Homeschooling Resource booklet
Job Help To-Go
Are you looking for employment? To help with your job search, Hayner Library has put together a Job Help To-Go kit. This kit is a one-stop job fair all in one packet! Job Help To-Go packets contain information focused on job-searching, skill-building, resume writing, and career-building. Contents include instructional information pertinent to job searching, lists of local work resources, brochures from the nearby Madison County Employment & Training Center, a list of job-seeking sites and job hunting books, study guides, and test prep books available in the Hayner Library collection. If you are looking for employment and need help getting started, stop by Hayner Library for a quick jump-start! Pick up a folder at Hayner Library at Alton Square Mall or the Downtown Library (not available online).