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SENIOR TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES

Organization Name
Phone Number
Services Offered
Website
About Care
480-802-2331
We provide free transportation to homebound seniors and persons with disabilities in Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, and San Tan Valley, Arizona.
https://aboutcare.org/
Aster Aging
480-964-9014
Provides rides to medical appointments, grocery stores, and the pharmacy in the East Valley
https://www.asteraz.org/
Benevilla
623-584-4999
Transportation in the West Valley (Phoenix metropolitan area), including El Mirage, Peoria, Surprise, Sun City West, Youngtown, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, Avondale, Buckeye, Tolleson
https://benevilla.org/about-adult-day-care/
Duet
602-274-5022
Provides rides to doctor's appointments in Phoenix, Fountain Hills, Glendale, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Scottsdale (South of Bell)
https://duetaz.org/about-us/
Foothills Caring Corps
480-488-1105
Provides rides to medical appointments, grocery stores or any other conveniently-located store Van Program - rides to concerts, plays, movies, shopping, lunch, the library, silver sneakers, chair yoga, and a variety of other fun excursions.
https://foothillscaringcorps.com/about/
Neighbors Who Care (NWC)
480-895-7133
Provides rides to medical appointments, shopping, and errands (grocery stores, local banks, salons, pharmacies, and local care centers to visit loved ones).
https://neighborswhocare.com/
Northwest Valley Connect (NVC)
623-282-9303
Provides transportation for any purpose in the Northwest Valley.
https://www.northwestvalleyconnect.org/content.aspx?page_id=0&club_id=84433
Valley Metro - Orbit Bus System
602-253-5000
Provides transportation for any purpose in Tempe.
https://www.valleymetro.org/about/overview
VerdeCares
480-471-8944
Provides rides to medical appointments, taking a neighbor shopping, shopping for a neighbor, picking up a much needed prescription.
https://www.verdecares.org/

Lighthouse is currently working tirelessly to fulfill our mission to provide support for those who are in vulnerable positions by providing social assistance, meals, clothing, personal hygiene, and community resources through outreaches which are held weekly in low-income communities across the state. Raising enough capital to support the needs of the ever-growing homeless population is a cumbersome task with the rise in food prices, gas prices, rent prices, and general inflation overall. It is a vicious cycle, and it promotes the need even more to accommodate those who are struggling or will eventually be struggling soon with shelter, food, and an opportunity to get back on their feet.

 

We welcome you to look through the site and see all that is offered and how you can donate and get involved today!

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