If you're looking for free transportation for seniors in Wisconsin, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free transportation for the elderly in the state of Wisconsin.
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Map of Free Transportation for Seniors in Wisconsin
List of Free Transportation for Seniors in Wisconsin
Our programs reduce isolation for older adults and mobilize volunteers to make important contributions to community needs.
The agency is the result of a successful 2007 merger between RSVP of Waukesha County started in Waukesha County in 1977 and Interfaith Caregiving Network incorporated in 1991.
Collectively the agency brings more than 54 years of experience to the community, serves over 1,000 seniors and adults with disabilities each year, and coordinates more than 2,300 volunteers.RSVP volunteers respond to critical needs in Waukesha County including nutrition, housing, transportation, education, healthcare, and social isolation. Each year RSVP volunteers provide approximately 25,000 hours of service to 19 schools and 23 government and nonprofit organizations.
Faith In Action services are provided to seniors (60+) and adults (18+) with disabilities to assist in maintaining independent living. Transportation is the most requested service, and the program coordinates approximately 4,500 rides to doctor appointments and food pantries each year.
- 1Transportation is free of cost and volunteer-based.
- 2Donations encouraged.
The Milwaukee County Department on Aging offers services for older adults including: transportation, meals, options counseling, wellness and senior centers.
Transportation can be one of the biggest challenges as individuals age.
There are a variety of transportation options available in Milwaukee County to serve older adults.
- 1Monday through Friday 7:30am – 5:30pm.
- 2No rides available on major holidays.
- 3For medical/dental appointments, the cost is $3 each way ($6 round trip).
- 4There is no cost for other rides, however voluntary contributions are accepted.
- 5Please reserve rides a minimum of one week in advance, when possible.
- 6IF NEEDED, DRIVERS WILL:
• Escort passengers to and from the vehicle
• Assist passengers getting in and out of the vehicle
• Help with seatbelts
• Help load shopping bags into the vehicle
• Help carry shopping bags into your home
• Provide an accessible vehicle when needed (please request ahead of time)
• Transport a needed caregiver accompanying the rider (please request ahead
The UCC Senior Center serves many functions in the community. The center encourages nutrition by offering a balanced meal at 12 p.m., seven days a week.
The center also offers interactive programs for Latino seniors that provide education and recreation while fostering socialization and peer interaction. These programs promote the participants' maximum level of independence by encouraging them to enjoy new experiences at their own pace.
Additionally, transportation between the seniors' homes and the Senior Center is provided. The transportation services are available Monday through Friday.
The services offered by the UCC Senior Center are available to all Milwaukee County residents, 60 years of age and older. There is no charge involved in participating in this program, but the UCC accepts a $3 donation for lunch. The hours of operation for the Senior Center programs are 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and 9 a.m.–1 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
- 1Transportation is free of cost, donations encouraged.
The Middleton Senior Center is accredited by the National Institute of Senior Centers and the Wisconsin Association of Senior Centers.
The purpose of the Senior Center is to coordinate programs and services for older adults that help maintain their dignity and independence.
To provide older adults with a variety of educational and recreational opportunities. To provide information and referrals to older adults and their families. To facilitate civic engagement of older adults within the community.
- 1There are 3 Programs
Lunch Bus: Pick up available for City of Middleton Seniors for lunch at the Senior Center five days weekly.
Shopping Bus: There are shopping trips planned weekly to various shopping areas.
RSVP Driver Escort: Volunteer drivers are available to transport Middleton seniors to their medical appointments.
- 2Lunch Bus and Shopping Bus Cost is $1 each way.
- 3RSVP Driver Esort is a free service (Donations encouraged)
The mission of the Fitchburg Senior Center is to meet the diverse interests and needs of adults aged 50 and older, by providing a range of programs, volunteer opportunities, services and advocacy that will enrich their quality of life and maintain their independence.
- 1Even though RSVP still isn’t able to offer rides to medical appointments, you can call the Dane County Transportation Center at: 608-242-6489 to schedule a ride.
- 2Transportation cost is $1 round trip.
- 3Please indicate if wheelchair lift is needed
RSVP is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. Our funding is a combination of federal, state, city and county support as well as private grants and donations from local businesses and individuals.
Our major funders include: Corporation for National and Community Service, Dane County Department of Human Services, City of Madison, and Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
For over 40 years, The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) has been offering personalized placement, matching volunteers age 55+ with community service opportunities across Dane County. Our volunteers share their knowledge, interests, experience and energy, contributing to the well-being of their local communities.
Our Mission is to make a positive impact in the community by recruiting volunteers 55 and older to help deliver priority services to people of all ages, providing Dane County with a valuable resource.
- 1There is no charge for the ride, but donations to support the program are gratefully accepted.
As the state of Wisconsin’s non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) manager, MTM, Inc. arranges
transportation for eligible Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus members throughout the state to their covered preventative and life-sustaining medical appointments.
Our goal is to work with Wisconsin stakeholders to ensure a transparent, collaborative relationship while coordinating an innovative, quality-driven transportation program for members, medical facilities, and transportation providers. Please select one of the pages above for program details specific to your needs.
- 1Medicaid paid
MOM was established in 1980 by a local church in the community to care for the basic needs of some of the area's residents.
Over time, multiple faith congregations joined forces to meet the growing demand in the West Madison, Middleton and Cross Plains areas.
In 2007, MOM transitioned into a business-based organization both at the Board and leadership levels. Individuals, businesses, organizations, and faith communities all continue to provide financial and business support to the work of MOM.
Middleton Outreach Ministry, Inc., is a registered 501(c)3 organization. MOM also is a partner agency of United Way of Dane County.
MOM brings our community together to create food and housing security through action and advocacy.
Because what we eat, where we live and our connection to community are key determinants of well-being and health, MOM focuses on providing access to these resources for people in our community. MOM hosts one of the largest food pantries in Dane County and provides case management, referrals, and housing stability assistance. The Seniors Program provides ride and chore assistance. Thanks to generous community support and partnership, MOM serves over 4,000 individuals each year.
- 1Pricing information is not available on the website.
- 2Donations are encouraged.
The Volunteer Center of Racine, Inc. is a non-profit organization that serves as a leader, catalyst, connector and advocate for effective volunteerism in Racine County.
The Volunteer Center is a leader in our community that mobilizes people of all ages and backgrounds to volunteer by investigating their resources of time and talent to make a difference in their own lives as well as the lives of those that are served.
The Volunteer Center is a catalyst for responding to community needs by creating, developing, implementing and supporting volunteer opportunities.
The Volunteer Center is a connector of people and resources with the needs and services in our community.
The Volunteer Center is an advocate for promoting the value of volunteerism.
Our vision for the future is a community in which every citizen understands and importance of volunteerism, values the concept, and consciously volunteers in some capacity in order to contribute to the well being (common good) of the community.
- 1Donations are encouraged.