October 16, 2011

National U.S Supplemental Transportation Programs

Links to National U.S. Supplemental Transportation Programs such as non-profit organizations that provide community run services for seniors, the disabled, and disadvantaged youths.

American Cancer Society - Transportation to treatment for ambulatory outpatients. Drivers can volunteer through ACS's Road To Recovery Program. Read More...

American Red Cross - Ambulatory medical transport provided by many of the over 700 local chapters.

Angel Bus - Non-profit organization that utilizes motor homes & their volunteer drivers, as well as commercial buses for long distance NEMT for those in need. Operated by Mercy Medical Airlift.

Disabled American Veterans (DAV) - National non-profit organization that has been working to improve the lives of disabled veterans and their families since 1920. As part of this, the volunteer drivers of the DAV Transportation Network play a key role in helping veterans access Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) programs and services. Read More...

Good Samaritan Society - An Evangelical Lutheran non-profit organization founded in 1922 that provides a wide variety of home health and community services in number of locationsacross the US. Many centers provide scheduled home and community transportation for a small fee.

ITNAmerica - National non-profit organization that provides transportation for seniors and adults with visual impairment. It's community based affiliates coordinate volunteer drivers to assist clients to where they need to go in the local community. Read More...

Love, Inc. - Founded in 1977, it is a national non-profit organization supported by Christian churches with over 150 affiliates in 30 states. Serves the poor and needy in communities with basic necessities, health care assistance, life skills training, and family support. Some affiliates offer transportation.

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