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Angel Flight Southeast

*Free air transportation for persons with compelling financial needs for medical care, transplants, compassion, domestic abuse, special needs camps, adoption/foster care or Homeland Security disaster needs for flights *Patients should ask their social worker or attending physician to call during business hours; doctor must sign medical release *Patients qualifying can be any age, adults need to be ambulatory, able to sit upright, be medically stable, and able to fly in an un-pressurized plane *Patients need backup plan in case bad weather does not allow flight to be made *Transportation provided for a support person accompanying the patient *Persons with a non-medical, compelling need such as family crisis or community disaster may sometimes also qualify *Since pilots are volunteers, two weeks notice required to set up a flight; may be less if pilot available *Air Charity Network, parent association, may be able to help residents of other areas; www.

Services: Mercy Transportation, Volunteer Opportunities

8864 Airport Blvd

Leesburg, FL 34788

(800) 352-4256

Bicycle House

*Build a Bike Program: Choose from one of hundreds of donated bikes needing repair and help them get it running or bring a bike if needed for transportation *Accepts donations for services; pay what is affordable *Provides tools and space for people to work on their bicycles *Teaches bike safety skills for children and adults on an ongoing basis *Provides helmets for children and adults *Summer Bike Camp *Non-profit organization advocating safe, practical transportation, social responsibility with an emphasis on healthy living *Provided over 2500 bikes and 18,000 repairs since 2010

Services: Donated Specialty Items, Local Transportation, Volunteer Opportunities

458 FAMU Way

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 545-4074

Capital City Youth Services, Going Places Street Outreach

*Outreach services for homeless, runaway and at risk youth (11 to 21) on the streets: Provides shelter or tents and/or tarps and survival supplies for living outdoors *Help with finding housing, employment, financial aid, ID acquisition, food stamps, bus tickets home, calls home for safe and well notification *Assistance with Medicaid, health and dental care, prescriptions, pregnancy and STD testing, substance abuse and mental health counseling *Drop in center at 654 Dunn St, Tallahassee, 32304, open Noon-7pm, Tu-F and Noon-5pm, Sa, offers all services plus showers, laundry, computers, meals, food pantry, clothes closet and a safe place to be *Services also available where Safe Place signs are placed, such as a table, banner or vehicle with Going Places logo

Services: Dental Care, Food Pantries, General Clothing Provision, General Counseling Services, Health Care Referrals, Homeless Drop In Centers, Laundry Facilities, Records/Licenses/Permits, Substance Use Disorder Counseling, Transportation Expense Assistance

2407 Roberts Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 408-1469

Consolidated Dispatch Agency, Tallahassee/Leon

*Operates 24/7 and serves as the emergency and non-emergency dispatch center for Tallahassee and Leon County *Dispatch agencies include Tallahassee Police Department, Leon County Sheriff's Office, Tallahassee Fire Department, and Leon County Emergency Medical Services.

Services: Emergency Medical Transportation, Fire Services, Municipal Police, Sheriff

911 Easterwood Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(850) 606-5800

CTD, Big Bend Transit, Gadsden Transit

*Gadsden Connector provides weekday services between Chattahoochee (Kangaroo Express), Greensboro (City Hall), Gretna (City Hall), Havana (City Hall) and Quincy (Winn-Dixie); at the Winn-Dixie in Quincy, riders can take the Gadsden Express into Tallahassee *Quincy Shuttle offers rides to destinations at several locations throughout Quincy; small route deviations are available, and riders can get on or off at other locations along the route *Gadsden Express travels Quincy to Tallahassee and the reverse with stops available in Quincy, Midway, TCC, C K Steele Plaza for $1.

Services: Local Transportation

305 W Crawford St

Quincy, FL 32351

(850) 627-9958

CTD, Big Bend Transit, Jefferson, Madison, Taylor

*Non-emergency transportation for any trip purpose to destinations in Madison, Jefferson, Taylor and Leon Counties; extended transportation to Gadsden County may be available through coordination with Gadsden branch of Big Bend Transit for an additional fee *Also non-emergency transportation for any residents who qualify as "Transportation Disadvantaged" due to disability, low-income, age or other extenuating circumstances *Shuttle service available in Madison County and around Perry *Taylor County offers free shuttle service for local veterans to Lake City VA Clinic every Tuesday and the Tallahassee VA Clinic every Thursday *All riders should call by 2pm, their local number 24 hours in advance to make arrangements for transportation; CTD application needed for lower cost *Paratransit, specialized, door-to-door transport service for people with disabilities who are not able to ride fixed-route public transportation, is available six days a week in Gadsden, Jefferson, Madison, and Taylor counties, seven days per week in Leon county *If a car seat is needed for an underage child, adult must supply it *Wheelchair transportation service available at no extra cost, if requested at the time of reservation *Vanpool vehicles available for residents who wish to share fees covering the cost of lease and gas

Services: Local Transportation

952 Mahan Dr

Monticello, FL 32344

(850) 997-1323

CTD, Big Bend Transit, Leon

*Non-emergency transportation for persons designated either General Public rider or Transportation Disadvantaged (CTD) *All riders should call the local number by 2pm directly 24 hours in advance to make arrangements for transportation *CTD application needed for lower cost *If a car seat is needed for an underage child, adult must supply it *Paratransit, specialized, door-to-door transport service for people with disabilities who are not able to ride fixed-route public transportation, is available six days a week in Gadsden, Jefferson, Madison, and Taylor counties, seven days per week in Leon county *Wheelchair transportation service available at no extra cost, if requested at the time of reservation *Information about commuter vanpools available

Services: Local Transportation

2201 Eisenhower St

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 574-6064

CTD, Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged

*Information and referral for transportation disadvantaged persons who are unable to obtain their own transportation due to income, disability, age, or other extenuating circumstances *Also assists consumers with resolving local problems or concerns *Community Transportation Coordinator Contacts by County may be found by calling or visiting the website

Services: Local Transportation

2740 Centerview Dr, Ste 1A

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 410-5700

CTD, Gulf ARC & Transportation, Franklin County

*Provides contracted transportation services for Medicaid recipients and CTD qualified persons living Franklin and Gulf Counties *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 48-72 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: Local Transportation

PO Box 8

Port St Joe, FL 32457

(850) 229-6550

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 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 *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: Local Transportation

15629 NW CR 12

Bristol, FL 32321

(850) 643-2524

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