- Online Resources
Your guide to health and social services in Arizona.
The Arizona State Government website.
Arizona State Bar
Provides information on legal services in the State of Arizona.
Assisted Living Research Institute
Assisted Living Research Institute is an industry-leading research organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults by compiling comprehensive research, the latest studies, and real-world insight from experts, caregivers, and seniors into easy-to-understand, actionable guides and resources.
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An online Britannica encyclopedia.
Common Sense Media
Online resource for evaluating books, movies, music, etc.
Find your representative and senator, search for legislation, read about legislative activity and learn how the legislative process works. Find information about House and Senate Committee meetings, membership, and reports.
Consumer Finance tools
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a government agency to help people get fair treatment from the financial industry. Submit a complaint about a financial product or service, get answers to money questions, and learn how to reach your financial goals.
Take computer science classes from top universities and organizations worldwide. Many courses are free, but please be aware that some have a cost.
Use these tutorials to brush up on computer basics, using Windows or Mac computers, basic searching online, creating a resume, job searching, cloud services, and more.
Originally Discovery Kids; offers resources on science and STEM to inspire learning and exploration.
Driving License Practice Tests
Practice for the Arizona driving license tests online for free, including car licenses, motorcycle licenses, and the commercial driver license (CDL).
Make learning a new language feel like a game, with daily reminders to practice. For a wider variety of languages and excellent ESOL classes, all without ads, we recommend Mango Languages. Duolingo has in-app advertisements.
Environmental Protection Agency
Information on Human Health and the Environment from the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Includes daily features and featured videos; tab for homework help with geography, history, language arts, math, science, social studies, writing/research, speaking, listening, studying as well as career resources.
Find your next read by genre or author. Find series information quickly, and see books that your favorite authors enjoy.
Learn at your own pace about Windows, Mac, and iPad basics, Microsoft Office, email, internet skills, social media, and using cloud services.
An early education website to prepare kids to start kindergarten.
Medical Library Association (MLA)
Online Health Resources
Authoritative information on diseases and treatments from the National Institutes of Health.
Mental Health America
Offers online mental health screenings, DIY mental health tools, connections to peers, and referrals to treatment.
National Geographic Kids
Learn about animals and explore the natural world
Looking for your next read? Browse through NoveList to find your new favorite book! Library card is required.
Download e-books and audiobooks for all ages.
Paying for College
Tool and resources to make the best decisions about paying for college or managing your existing student loans, from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Offers over 46,000 free ebooks: choose EPUB or Kindle format, download them or read online.
Access more than 26 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Some articles may link to full-text content.
Silverkite: Past Art, Dance, & Cooking Classes
Did you miss a class? Use passcode PVPL2021 at Silverkite's PVPL page to access past class recordings.
Small Business Administration
The U.S. SBA has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses.
Learn and practice typing online.
Get quick access to federal government online services, forms, and information.
Yavapai Master Gardener
Have a gardening question? Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who provide educational information to Cooperative Extension clientele.