The Homebound Delivery Program is a service to provide library materials to residents of Wood-Ridge who are unable to come to the library due to temporary or permanent disability, and have no one else living in the home to come to the library for them.
Staff will visit homebound residents on a monthly schedule to deliver, pick up, and return library materials. Selections are made based on customer preferences indicated and requests.
Patrons who participate in the Homebound Program must agree to allow the Library to maintain a Reading History Log for the sole purpose of avoiding duplication of materials and circulation. The Reading History Log will only be used for internal purposes and will not be shared publicly.
The library makes available books, magazines, audio books, music cds and dvds.
It is the hope of the staff of the Wood-Ridge Memorial Library that all residents will be able to remain active library users even when no longer able to come to the library in person.
Services will be provided on the last Thursday of the month from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
For more information, contact Margaret Mellett at 201-438-2455 or email to email@example.com