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2-1-1 Big Bend, Lyft Program

*Offers free round trip rides to food pantries, employment agencies, job interviews, and agencies providing veteran services *Rides offered to anyone located in Leon County, no application needed *Rides can be scheduled up to three days in advance.

Services: Local Transportation

PO Box 10950

Tallahassee, FL 32302

(850) 617-6325

Angel Flight Southeast

*Free air transportation for persons with compelling financial needs for medical care, transplants, compassion, veterans, 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, Public Showers/Baths, Records/Licenses/Permits, Substance Use Disorder Counseling, Transportation Expense Assistance

2407 Roberts Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 408-1469

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


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

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

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

Project VetRelief

*Emergency financial assistance for active duty military, veterans, and immediate family members *Veterans must have an honorable discharge or general under honorable conditions *Applicants must show income sustainability *Must be a Florida resident for at least 120 days *Eligibility does not guarantee funding *Membership in the American Legion is not required to receive assistance *Funding provided for shelter, food, utilities, some emergency transportation, and critical health expenses *For loss of life emergency financial assistance call the life emergency phone line

Services: Food Vouchers, Medical Care Expense Assistance, Mortgage Payment Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Transportation Expense Assistance, Utility Service Payment Assistance

1912-A Lee Rd

Orlando, FL 32810

(407) 295-2631 x225

Senior Citizens Council of Madison County

*Senior Center offers congregate meals (hot lunches) at two locations: the Senior Center in Madison and 166 SW Onslow St, Greenville 32331, home delivered meals, recreational and educational activities, homemaker service, personal care assistance, respite care, food pantry, transportation for medical purposes and to and from the center for activities, telephone support, environmental modification and housing repair, pest control, loan closet for medical supplies, Health & Wellness *Services are for anyone 60 years or older and persons diagnosed with Alzheimer's 18 years of age and older; persons under 60 who are disabled and/or socially isolated may also apply *Caregiver support group, 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 1:30pm-2:30pm *Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program (EHEAP) will pay up to $600 for home energy bills in a crisis (Over 60, low income, SRA approved, confirming letter from power company, or receive food stamps) *Additional in-home services include case management, screening and assessment, housekeeping, pest control, emergency alert response systems, home delivered meals, health prevention, chore information, telephone reassurance, companionship, nutritional education and more *Rescue Closet Program loans out equipment up to eight weeks, if the items is needed longer a request may be placed for an extension.

Services: Caregiver/Care Receiver Support Groups, Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites, Home Delivered Meals, In Home Assistance, Local Transportation, Medical Equipment/Supplies, Respite Care, Senior Centers, Utility Service Payment Assistance, Volunteer Opportunities

1161 SW Harvey Greene Dr

Madison, FL 32340

(850) 973-4241

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