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Lake County Library

The Lake County Library has four convenient locations: the main branch in Lakeport, the largest branch in Clearlake, the newest branch in Middletown, and our historic branch in Upper Lake. The main activities of the library are providing materials to the public free of charge for their informational, recreational and cultural needs, providing free access to the internet via wifi and our public computers, and promoting reading, literacy, and lifelong learning through a variety of programs and events. 

The library is primarily funded through a dedicated local property tax passed by voters in 1974. Library materials are primarily funded through donations from the Friends of the Lake County Library, Friends of Middletown Library, and individual community members. A small grant from the California State Library and donations from the Lake County Literacy Coalition fund the Adult Literacy Program.

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Local Agencies

First 5

First 5 Lake County funds many programs throughout our area for families with children newborn through 5 years old.

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Mother-Wise

Mother-Wise is a friendly, volunteer-based Home Visiting program that also hosts groups for expecting and new moms.

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Lake County Office of Education Preschools

Get your 3 or 4 year old children ready for Kindergarten by enrolling them in preschool!

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Lake Family Resource Center

Lake Family Resource Center strengthens our community one family at a time.

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Easter Seals

Easter Seals Bay Area’s early intervention services offer a comprehensive, research-based treatment program for children from birth to three years of age diagnosed with or showing signs of a developmental delay, or who may be considered high risk of having a developmental delay.

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Healthy Start

Healthy Start offers a wide variety of services that focus on supporting academic success, and building personal strengths for children, youth and families.

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Women Infants & Children (WIC)

WIC is a nutrition program that helps mothers and young children eat well and stay healthy.

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North Coast Opportunities

We invest in people through community action.

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Autism, Advocacy, & Intervention (AAI)

AAI’s purpose and vision is to provide rural families with a service that is dedicated to supporting children with autism and other developmental delays.

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Nutrition!

Find out more about the Lake County nutrition services available!

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Redwood Community Services

From Behavioral Health to Substance Abuse, Community Based to Residential, all RCS programs are built to empower, encourage, and sustain success while providing unconditional care and positive interactions.

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Resources

Vroom

Every parent has what it takes to be a brain builder.

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Imagination Library

Free books for newborn to five-year-old children.

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First 5 California

Tons of free resources for families with 0-5 year olds!

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Zero to Three

ZERO TO THREE works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development.

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Read Aloud

Read Aloud 15 MINUTES is an organization that is working to make reading aloud every day for at least 15 minutes the new standard in child care.

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