Homebound Delivery

Let the Library Come to You!

The William P. Faust Public Library of Westland offers a delivery service for Westland residents who are confined to their homes. After a personal interview, a librarian selects materials of interest to you, including books, DVDs, audiobooks, music CDs, and periodicals/magazines. Materials will be dropped off and picked up every other Wednesday by a homebound volunteer.

For additional information, please contact:

Katelin Smith
Adult Services Librarian | Homebound Coordinator
William P. Faust Public Library of Westland
35100 Bayview St
Westland, MI 48186
Phone: 734-326-6123, ext. 2824

Frequently Asked Questions

What items can be requested?

Patrons can request to receive a delivery of up to ten items including:

  • Regular print books
  • Large print books
  • Audiobooks on CD
  • Music CDs
  • DVDs
  • Magazines/periodicals

Are there any fines or fees?

The Westland Library’s homebound delivery service is free. Overdue fines will not be charged on homebound materials, but patrons are responsible for damaged or lost items.

Who qualifies for this service?

Any Westland resident can qualify for the homebound delivery program if they are unable to leave their home on their own, due to:

  • A long term illness
  • Recovering from an accident
  • Age
  • Disability
  • Other mobility problems

A library card is required for the homebound delivery program and can be made for the patron during the application process.

How do deliveries occur?

Deliveries are made biweekly or monthly on Wednesday mornings by library staff members or homebound delivery program volunteer drivers.

How are delivery items picked?

During the application process and initial interview, the homebound coordinator will review the patron’s preferences and create deliveries based on the patron’s reader profile. Patrons can request different types of items even after the initial interview.


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