If you're looking for free transportation for seniors in Mississippi, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free transportation for the elderly in the state of Mississippi.
Check out the resources below, and if you have a resource to add, please contact us!
Map of Free Transportation for Seniors in Mississippi
List of Free Transportation for Seniors in Mississippi
The Senior Services Division promotes and encourages independence and self-sufficiency among the elderly population in the City of Jackson through multifaceted direct and indirect components in the areas of meal service,
nutrition education, safety, recreation, transportation, information/referral outreach services, special programs, employment opportunities.
- 1Free, Donations encouraged.
As the only Community Action Agency in Hinds County, Mississippi, Hinds County Human Resource Agency (HCHRA) strives to lift its citizens out of poverty conditions through an assortment of services offered to seniors, disabled or low-income individuals.
With the utilization of case management system, clients have access to programs and services that foster economic empowerment and self reliance.
Since 1976, Hinds County Human Resource Agency (HCHRA) has fought to eradicate poverty and empower citizens in Hinds County, Mississippi. HCHRA, a public non-profit Community Action Agency, was created by the Hinds County Board of Supervisors to administer various services to assist disadvantaged citizens.
Led by the President and Chief Executive Officer, approximately 400 employees provide services that include Head Start and Early Head Start Programs, rural transportation for the elderly and disabled, home-delivered meals, home energy assistance, and case management. Using a comprehensive delivery system, HCHRA offers services to eligible clients with funding from public and private sources.
Transportation: Affordable, convenient and accessible transportation is available for seniors and disabled individuals in Hinds County through the Title XX Transportation Program. This program helps elderly residence maintain their independence by providing them with transportation to obtain goods and services, including medical and dental treatment, social services and other applicable services.
- 1Seniors: $1.00 one-way, $2.00 round trip.
- 2Non-seniors: $2.50 one-way, $5.00 round trip.
If you’re a senior citizen, Coast Transit can get you where you need to go for free! We offer limited non-emergency, curb-to-curb service in Harrison County for: Medical appointments, Grocery shopping trips, and Senior citizens’ center transportation.
You can make up to three trips for medical appointments and one trip for Grocery shopping each week, depending on where you live.
- 1Appointments can be made up to 2-weeks in advance.
- 2Call no later than 4 p.m. the business day before you want to go.
- 3You must make the appointment with one of the dispatchers at the Coast Transit office. If you leave a message on our answering machine we may not get it in time for your appointment!
- 4Free to you. This service is provided to you with the help of special funding from Harrison County.
Harrison County manages (5) senior citizens centers to assist older citizens on the coast. In addition, we have an information network to provide valid current facts to older individuals or a person inquiring on behalf of an older person of the available resources, services or programs in the community.
Transportation may be provided to eligible individuals to and from community services, medical appointments, groceries, and recreation activities.
Senior Citizens Centers
Many older individuals exist on a fixed income with limited opportunities to socialize. They experience isolation and lack of a community base. Senior Centers will enhance the dignity and independence of every individual. There are (5) senior centers administered by the Senior Services Agency.
Transportation is arranging and providing the transport of eligible seniors to and from community services, medical appointments, groceries, and recreational activities. This service helps to maintain the independence of older adults as long as possible.
- 1Donations encouraged.
Since our beginning in 1967, Southern Mississippi Planning & Development District (SMPDD) has provided information, resources, and funding needed for private and public sector leaders in Southern Mississippi.
We help leaders make informed decisions, and to take effective actions, to encourage and accomplish planned development of the region’s human, economic, political and natural resources.
SMPDD provides solutions that support the development potential of the 15 counties of Southern Mississippi. We are a 501 (c)(3) that capitalizes on our years of experience and excellent partnerships within the counties we serve. SMPDD has continually evolved, discovering opportunities and anticipating the trends challenging the region’s economic vitality, and help fund services needed to improve the overall quality of life in South Mississippi.
- 1Any 60+ year old can attend any senior center as long as it is within our 15-county service area.
North Delta Planning and Development District is an agency established to serve as a liaison between local government
and the various state, regional, and federal agencies involved in development of economic, community, and human resources. It serves Coahoma, DeSoto, Panola, Quitman, Tate, and Tallahatchie, and Tunica counties. Local, state and federal funds are used to operate a wide range of program activities.
This District is governed by a twenty-eight (28) member Board of Directors. It is managed by Executive Director, James Curcio, and is staffed with administrative personnel, and specialists in areas such as planning, economic development, community development, job training, social services, transportation, geographic information systems, data processing, gerontology, and community based Medicaid programs.
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As a Planning and Development District, one of the primary obligations of North Delta PDD is to actively serve as an economic and community development source to the region.
Transportation Service enables older individuals to travel to and from community resources to obtain needed services or goods. The service helps seniors maintain their independence as long as possible and delay premature institutionalization.
- 1Donations encouraged.
Hub City Transit provides alternative and affordable means of public transportation for the citizens of Hattiesburg. Funded partially by the Federal Transit Administration with yearly allocations, the City of Hattiesburg strives to provide a high-quality transit experience for all.
Our Fixed Route Service is available to the public for a minimal fare and can be accessed at any HCT bus stop. Fixed Route passengers may also request reasonable accommodations within the safety guidelines of our services.
- 1FARES: Regular Fare $.50, Children (Ages 5- High School) $.25, Senior Citizens(62 yrs and up) $.25, Disabled with ID$.25, HCT ID and Medicare$.25, Southern Miss ID FREE,
City of Hattiesburg Employee FREE.