Library For You


Can't get to the library? We come to you! FVRL's Library For You service provides materials to people who are unable to visit the library due to illness, age, or disability. See below to find out what service is right for you.

Services for Private Residences

Delivery Services:

  • Variety of library materials delivered free to you.
  • One-time loans and free demonstrations of audiobook players are available.

Services for Facilities

Printed Book Collection:

  • Variety of titles delivered free to the facility for residents to enjoy.
  • Collection is exchanged every three months.
  • Choose the size that best suits your facility.
  • Easy to manage, fine-free collection.

Audiobooks by Mail:

  • Audiobooks are available to residents with perceptual disabilities.
  • Delivered free to your facility by mail with accompanying postage paid return envelope.

Audiobook Players:

  • One-time loans and free demonstrations of audiobook players are available.

Staff Recreation Collection:

  • Designed to support recreation staff with their programs.
  • Delivered every three months.

To learn more, or to apply for Library For You services, contact the Outreach Services Department at 1-888-668-4141 (extension 7034), or email us at


NNELS is a collection of accessible, downloadable titles for Canadians with perceptual disabilities. See library staff to register.

Don't Require Delivery Service?

Knowledgeable library staff can arrange audiobook player loans, as well as help you find a variety of library material to suit your needs, including audiobooks, large print, CDs, DVDs, Playaways, and more. Contact or visit your favourite FVRL location for assistance.


All FVRL Locations Closed for Remembrance Day on Friday, November 11. See Holiday Closures for more information.


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