Transportation for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities
Aging Transporation Program and 85.21 Transportation Grant
Transportation services are available for county residents who meet one or more of the following criteria.
-over the age of 60
-an individual with a temporary or permanent disability-*Proof of disability is required
-consumers from departments within Chippewa County requesting transportation services
Transportation services are available for medical appointments, shopping and employment.
The Transportatio Program is a donation based program. You will not be denied a ride if you do not donate, however, any donation is greatly appreciated to ensure the longevity of the program.
Forward Health (Medicaid) Members
Contact LogistiCare for non-emergency medical appointment transportation
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Volunteer Caregiver Transportation Program
The Volunteer Caregiver Program, which serves all of Chippewa County, is recruiting volunteers to help the elderly and people with disabilities in their own communities. Volunteers contribute greatly in helping the elderly and people with disabilities remain in their own homes a little longer.
The Volunteer Caregiver Program provides volunteers with a number of service opportunties that include:
- Transportation to needed medical appointments
- Shopping and errands
- Caring Companionship
- Respite Care
- Telephone reassurance
Volunteers receive training and continues support to make the experience enjoyable and worthwhile.
The Volunteer Caregiver Program is provided through the collaboration of the United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley, the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Chippewa County, Chippewa Health Improvement Partnership and St. Joseph's Hospital.