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Detroit Public Library allows patrons to stream movies and more from home! Did you know your library card could do this?!

Use the Digital Services from home.

Stay home and use the digital services! You can browse thousands of ebooks and audiobooks through the library’s Overdrive service. You can also stream movies, TV shows, music and more through Hoopla.

You also have access to extensive research tools and the library’s digital collection.

Detroit Public Library helps the community.

DPL also has a tutoring program to help adults who want to improve their reading and math skills. They’ve helped over 600 learners reach their goals!

Want a new or better job? The Technology, Literacy and Career Centers can help.

Keep tabs on the library’s events! You may find surprising things. For example, we’re always looking for agencies that offer free school supplies. We were pleasantly surprised to find that Detroit Public Library offers free school supplies in late August!

Get a public tour of the DPL’s art and architecture.

The Main Library is a beautiful building. You can participate in a tour of the building, where you will learn even more about the art, architecture and history of this wonderful building. The tour takes about an hour and totals about one mile. Every floor is accessible by elevator.

Save Money & Get Free Stuff!

Nicole leads the Low Income Relief team with over 20 years of professional research and writing experience. Nicole started Low Income Relief after a personal experience with poverty. When her husband was medically discharged from the US Army, their family experienced tremendous financial hardship. Nicole was able to gather help from multiple community agencies and move into a nearby low income housing unit in just two weeks! Since then, Nicole has been dedicated to helping low income families in crisis. She regularly spends hundreds of hours combing through countless resources to make sure that Low Income Relief has the most comprehensive and complete resource directories on the internet today. Prior to starting Low Income Relief, Nicole worked as a novelist, journalist, ghostwriter and content creator. Her work has been featured in various print and online publications, including USA Today, eHow, Livestrong, Legal Beagle, The Daily Herald, The Chronicle and more.