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CTD, Liberty County Transit

*Provides transportation for health care appointments *Transportation to health care appointments for Medicaid clients is made by the HMO to which the client is assigned; the client does NOT make the arrangements with a provider directly *Persons not in a Medicaid HMO can still use the local provider, but will have to pay out of pocket, unless a grant covers them *CTD qualified riders should call the local provider directly 72 hours in advance to make arrangements for transportation; CTD application needed *May have 1 free escort if necessary; if a car seat is needed for child�s appointment, adult must supply it

Services: Consumer Complaints, Local Transportation

15629 NW CR 12

Bristol, FL 32321

(850) 643-2524

CTD, Wakulla Senior Citizens Council, Transportation

*Trips available to Wakulla and Leon Counties, but individuals may request transportation outside these areas in special circumstances *Non-emergency transportation for anyone of any age in need: (1) Medicaid recipients; (2) seniors and other persons who qualify as "Transportation Disadvantaged" due to disability, low-income, age or other extenuating circumstances *Transportation arrangements to health care appointments for Medicaid clients is made by the HMO to which the client is assigned; the client does NOT make the arrangements with a provider directly *Persons who do not know if they are in a Medicaid HMO should call AHCA, Medicaid Area 2B Field Office: 800-248-2243 or 850-412-4002 to find out *CTD qualified riders should call the local provider directly 24 hours in advance to make arrangements for transportation; CTD application needed for lower cost *Persons not in a Medicaid HMO can still use the local provider, but will have to pay out of pocket, unless a grant covers them *May have 1 free escort if necessary; parent(s) needing to take additional children to appointment must pay a fare for them *If a car seat is needed for an underage child, adult must supply it

Services: Consumer Complaints, Local Transportation

33 Michael Dr

Crawfordville, FL 32327

(850) 926-5921

Elder Care Services, Senior Volunteer Programs

*Foster Grandparents offer love and guidance in one-on-one settings to children with special and exceptional needs at schools and day care centers *Senior Companions give companionship to frail and isolated elderly in their homes *RSVP volunteers provide free transportation to seniors for essential trips: doctor appointments, grocery and pharmacy trips which are door to door service (pick up and drop off are at door) *RSVP volunteers offer talent and experience to non-profit agencies and faith-based organizations including Meals on Wheels *Some senior volunteers receive a small stipend and/or mileage reimbursement

Services: Friendly Outreach Programs, Local Transportation, Volunteer Opportunities

2518 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 921-5554

FDVA, Gadsden County Veterans Service Office

COVID-19 update - 03/23 Working from offices, but closed to the public.

Services: Local Transportation, Student Financial Aid, Veteran Benefits Assistance, Veteran Burial Benefits, Veteran Compensation and Pension Benefits, Veteran/Military Health Insurance, Veteran Reintegration Counseling, Vocational Rehabilitation

5-B E Jefferson St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 875-8661

Florida DOT, My Florida 511

*Bilingual (English and Spanish) real-time, traffic information: commuter travel times, congestion, construction, lane closures, severe weather and emergency evacuation information on all Florida interstate highways, toll roads including Florida's Turnpike and other metropolitan roadways *Available 24/7 via phone by dialing 511, or via www.

Services: Traffic Bulletins/Information, Travelers Assistance

605 Suwannee St, MS #90

Tallahassee, FL 32399

511

Florida DOT, Safe Mobility for Life

*On-line Florida statewide database with listings of available alternative transportation services within each county in Florida *Information available by phone during business hours *Fitness-to-drive on-line screening assessment to be used by seniors and family members *"CarFit" events recommend individual physical adjustments older drivers may make to their cars to be safer driver *How to make confidential report of unsafe drivers

Services: Local Transportation, Mature Driver Training

605 Suwanee St, MS-36

Tallahassee, FL 32399

(850) 410-5414

Florida Welcome Center, Tallahassee

*Florida Welcome Center located in State Capitol Building offering visitor information and self-guided tours and guide led tours for groups of 15 to 50 8am-5pm, M-F; advance call requested for handicap access and group tours; closed weekends and holidays *Visit Florida Information Line offers printed Florida Vacation Guide and general travel information

Services: Travelers Assistance

400 South Monroe

West Plaza Level

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 488-6167

Franklin County Senior Service Center

*Liberty County Senior Citizens Association is provider for supportive and nutrition services in Franklin County due to county's cutback *Distribute meals to older adults unable to get out, provide daily meals at center at Noon in Carrabelle at 302 NW Avenue F, 32322 *Bingo on Thursday before lunch: noon in Carrabelle at 302 NW Avenue F, 32322 *Transportation for shopping, pharmacy, and other services provided by Gulf County Transportation, Port St Joe, Call between 7:30am and 5:00pm *Legal Services of North Florida, 2119 Delta Blvd, Tallahassee, 32303 provides legal assistance

Services: Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Local Transportation, Respite Care, Senior Centers

302 NW Ave F

Carrabelle, FL 32322

(850) 643-5613

FSU, Transportation Services

*Seminole Express Bus Service: transportation to, around and from campus to surrounding Tallahassee areas for faculty, staff, students and visitors; 7am-8pm, M-F, fall/spring semesters; 7am-5pm during summer *Night Nole: 10:30pm-3:30am, Tu-Sa, fall/spring semesters only *StarMetro: Discount rate on city StarMetro buses using valid FSU Card all over city; download myFSU mobile app to get real time information on bus services *SAFE Connection (Student Alert Force Escort Connection): free service for FSU students who need a ride or escort after daylight due to safety concerns; 7pm-2:30am *NoleCab: reliable ride home via Yellow Cab with a discounted rate for students with valid FSU Card; 10pm-4am, 7 days per week; up to 4 students, $15 per ride *Gotcha Ride: convenient and safe ride, free but tips appreciated, 7:30am-1am, M-Th; 7:30am-3:30am, F; 10pm-3:30am, Sa, Sun

Services: Local Transportation

104 N Woodward Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-5278

Greyhound Lines, Inc

*Provides bus transportation statewide and across North America *Home Free Program gives runaway children and teens rides home through contacting the National Runaway SafeLine *Sometimes assists Red Cross in disaster evacuations if needed and approved *Active or retired military and their families get 10% off full price tickets when purchased at the station, or a 10% discount with a Veterans Advantage© card (which can be obtained on website) when purchased online or at the station *Children age 16 and under get discounts; the amount depends on age and if using a seat *Seniors 62+ get a 5% discount *Fares are generally lower if purchased on-line and if traveling on a weekday

Services: Disaster Relief Services, Long Distance Transportation, Transportation Expense Assistance, Travelers Assistance

112 W Tennessee St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 222-4249

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