December 31, 2011

Supplemental Transportation Programs in Alaska

Links to Supplemental Transportation Programs in Alaska such as non-profit organizations that provide a variety of community run services for seniors, the disabled, and disadvantaged youths. For a detailed listing of agencies in each state that provide transportation services, go to the Supplemental Transportation Program Directory.

Care-A-Van - Operating in Juneau, Alaska since 1981, provides transport for seniors and those with disabilities unable to ride transit. Operated by Catholic Community Service, a non-profit social service agency established in 1974 to service the needs of the poor and vulnerable in the community.

Palmer Senior Citizens Center - Non-Profit agency founded in 1980 that provides a wide range of services for seniors in Palmer, Alaska including a transportation program that provides recreational and routine medical trips, and transport for those eligible for the Medicaid Waiver (CHOICES) program.

XYZ Transportation - Provides trips to and from the XYZ Senior Center, and other community and recreational activities in Nome, Alaska. Operated by the Nome Community Center, a non-profit organization that traces it's roots back to a reindeer-herding project begun in 1906.

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