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Here are some resources you can use to find the right transportation in and around North Texas:
My Ride Dallas is a transportation options counseling program dedicated to helping older adults and people with disabilities understand the transportation available to them in Dallas County.
Personalized help with finding the best transportation for your situation. Call 682-587-7099 or click the link above.
HSNT is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing excellent medical care for the entire family from newborns to grandparents including prenatal care, counseling services, as well as chronic and infectious disease care management.
2-1-1 Texas is a program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need. Whether by phone or internet, our goal is to present accurate, well-organized and easy-to-find information from state and local health and human services programs.
The VetConnect North Texas online directory is a resource for veterans, military families and advocates at nonprofit agencies in the North Texas area. Find food, health, housing, job training programs in seconds.
Community Connect is Texas Health Resources’ new website to help you find free and reduced-cost social services in your zip code.
VA recognizes Veterans who are visually impaired, elderly, or immobilized due to disease or disability, and particularly those living in remote and rural areas face challenges traveling to their VA health care appointments.
You may be eligible for VA beneficiary travel benefits for VA health care services
The Medical Transportation Program sets up non-emergency rides for people who have no other way to get to their Medicaid health-care visits.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) provides training and employment services to help low-income Texans 55 or older gain the skills needed to get jobs and become financially self-sufficient. SCSEP participants work roughly 20 hours a week for nonprofit organizations, school districts or government offices to receive work-based training and provide valuable services to their communities. Eligible participants earn minimum wage at their work-based training assignments, so they earn income while training.
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