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Volunteer Driver Programs

CATEGORYTRANSPORTATION
SERVICE/SUPPORT TYPEVolunteer Driver Programs by State
AGENCYNational Center for Mobility Management – National Volunteer Transportation Center https://nationalcenterformobilitymanagement.org/volunteer-transportation-providers/
COSTVaries
ELIGIBILITY SUMMARYContact each program individually for application and details
WEB LINKClick Your State https://nationalcenterformobilitymanagement.org/volunteer-transportation-providers/  
APPLICATIONContact your Elder Care Locator for local contact https://eldercare.acl.gov/Public/About/Aging_Network/AAA.aspx
ADDITIONAL INFOFinding Transportation Services for Older Adults https://www.agingcare.com/articles/finding-transportation-services-for-seniors-104572.htm   Charities will call these Driver Programs different names. The Salvation Army may refer to them as Share a Ride while a faith-based church often calls them emergency services. Another major contributor to this service tends to be the National Aging Network, and there are offices in most counties that help both the elderly, adults with a handicap, and people with disabilities. While senior citizens are the main focus, others can apply as well. These will be referred to as the Agency on Aging centers.

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