The Resource Library provides an array of early intervention and child and adolescent health information to the general public.
Where to find us
The Library is free and open to the public.
What we offer
The library does not offer medical advice. We do make available materials that will help inform you on important child development topics. Our resources include books, medical texts, newsletters, journals, magazines, information sheets, audio tapes, videotapes, brochures, pamphlets, evaluation and assessment tools, and therapy toys and materials.
The library also has information on early intervention services available throughout the state.
A reminder: the Library is not a substitute for the qualified medical advice of a professional. Your physician or health care professional is the only qualified source of medical advice about your child.
How to use the Library
The Resource Library is easy to use. Books and videotapes are arranged by topic, so you can quickly find the resource materials you need. And if you need assistance, a staff member is available to work with you. You may use all the materials you need during your visit to the library. A photocopying machine is also available.
Get a catalog of our collection
A resource catalog of the library's collection is available on CD. To request a copy, you can call 1-888-313-1718. In Jackson, call 601-364-2886.
The Resource Library's hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.