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Orange County Library Social Workers Provide Variety of Services

Orange County Library System Social Workers provide one-on-one assistance and expert referral for career skills training, counseling, SNAP benefits, government services and more locally.

$125,541 for Social Workers at the Library is supported with federal money, while $64,133 is supported by local funding. The total budget for the project is $189,674.




The Library Social Worker can also provide information on housing, mental health services, healthcare, immigration, and re-employment guidance. There are appointments and walk-in times available at select branches located throughout Central Florida.

If you want to connect with a local Library Social Worker, you can schedule an appointment at the Orlando Public Library, request a phone call or email, or walk in visit at local branch locations:

  • Mondays: Alafaya Branch and South Trail Branch
  • Tuesdays: Southeast Branch and Hiawassee Branch
  • Wednesdays: South Creek Branch and Fairview Shores Branch
  • Thursdays: Chickasaw Branch and North Orange Branch
  • Alternate Fridays and Saturdays: Alafaya Branch
  • South Trail: 2nd, 3rd, 4th Friday of the month, 1st Saturday of the month

This project was funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida’s LSTA program is administered by the Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.

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