If you're looking for free transportation for seniors in West Virginia, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free transportation for the elderly in the state of West Virginia.
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Map of Free Transportation for Seniors in West Virginia
List of Free Transportation for Seniors in West Virginia
Services are provided by City of Dunbar Senior Services department.
- 1You must please call in advance to schedule the van between the hours of 8:30 am and 11:30 am Monday through Thursday.
- 2All appointments must be scheduled so that the van driver can have you home by 2:15 pm.
- 3Prescription pick up is only in Dunbar.
- 4Transportation to Store begins at 9:00 am.
Faith in Action of the Greater Kanawha Valley is a volunteer program providing free services to our older neighbors, aged 60 and up, in Kanawha and Putnam counties.
We have a range of programs for our care receivers to choose from, depending on their need. These include transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping assistance, weekly reassurance calls, and minor home repairs through our Honey Do Crews.
Our volunteers come to us from various places and live all over the Valley. No matter how they find us, every volunteer must go through a three-step screening and training process before they are permitted to serve. We have the best volunteers in town, and we are so honored they’ve chosen to work with our organization, providing the meaningful services they do every single day.
Beyond the connections made with those they serve, our volunteers appreciate the incredible flexibility our program offers.
- 1There are no income eligibility requirements.
- 2Our ability to fill any request is dependent upon the availability of volunteer caregivers on the day and time requested. There may be times when we are unable to fill a request.
- 3Faith in Action does not own a wheelchair lift van. Volunteers use their personal vehicles and are not able to transport individuals who cannot get themselves into and out of a car on their own.
- 4Transportation is provided free of charge.
Kanawha Valley Senior Services, Inc. (KVSS) is a non-profit organization created in the early 1970's to provide programs of service to individuals in the Kanawha Valley.
The organization's mission is to help seniors age successfully. (Services for Medicaid and Veteran recipients may extend from 18 years and older.)
Programs are currently funded by the Bureau of Senior Services, Kanawha County Commission, West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources, Charleston Housing Authority, West Virginia Division of Transit, City of Charleston, private donations and grants.
Kanawha Valley Senior Services, Inc. coordinates and cooperates with other county agencies to assure that health, educational, recreational, intergenerational and economic benefits are readily available to senior citizens.
- 1Transportation is available on a first come, first served basis and it is strongly recommended that you call early to schedule your ride.
- 2A 72 hour notice is required for all non-emergency medical appointments.
The In-Home Help Department was established to lend a helping hand to homebound seniors allowing them to stay in their homes instead of a skilled facility.
Independent transportation is important in maintaining freedom and feeling productive. With this in mind, we entered into an agreement with Zoom Assisted Transportation to provide free transportation to the senior center to residents of Monongalia County age 60+.
- 1Transportation is provided free of charge.
(October 15, 2020) With the availability of obtaining free bus passes through Mountain Line's Property Tax Bus Pass Program, Senior Monongalians will no longer be offering senior bus passes.
Current Senior Monongalians' bus passes are no longer valid. Use the link below to obtain information about the Property Tax Bus Pass Program. Questions about the program should be directed to Mountain Line Transit at 304.291.7433 or 304.296.3680.
Wood County Senior Citizens Association, Inc. is a private nonprofit agency established in Wood County, WV, in 1975.
Wood County Senior Citizens provides a variety of services, including nutrition, transportation, in-home care, and information services to senior citizens of Wood County in cooperation with the West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services and the Northwestern Area Agency on Aging.
The mission of the Senior Citizens Association is to assist Wood County’s seniors in living their lives with dignity and independence.
Wood County Senior Citizens Association, Inc. maintains five vehicles for transportation services which are provided to all residents of Wood County, West Virginia. Three vehicles are equipped with a wheelchair lift with the remaining vehicles used for regular transportation. The agency provides transportation to various appointments including medical appointments, the grocery store, bank and any other “necessary” appointments.
- 1We do not transport to the hair dresser, mall, other personal trips, etc.
- 2We ask that you schedule your ride at least one week in advance.
- 3The service operates beginning at 8 AM with our last scheduled pick-up at 2 PM.
- 4All services are provided on a donation basis.
Continuing with its intention of making public transit service affordable for as many people as possible, the Authority is presenting this proposal to provide bus passes to residents and businesses
helping to support the expansion of transit service through their property tax contributions.
- 1Individual Home and Property Owners
Individual home and property owners will simply need to fill out a bus pass application form that will be available online at busride.org or picked up at the Westover Terminal
- 2Rental Property Owners
Rental Property Owners may choose to offer bus passes to their tenants by notifying the Authority of the property address and name of the tenant.
- 3Commercial Property Owners
Commercial Property Owners may choose to offer bus passes to their tenants, either corporations or employers, by notifying the Authority of the property address and name of the tenant(s).