1 Specialized Transportation Service Directory for Senior and Disabled Citizens of The Twin Cities Metro Area Prepared By: PRISM (People Responding in Social Ministry)
2 PREPARED FOR YOU BY PRISM (People Responding in Social Ministry) PRISM is pleased to provide you with the edition of our Specialized Transportation Service Directory for Hennepin, Ramsey, and Wright Counties. The directory describes over 40 geographically grouped human services transportation programs and public transportation services. For information on other transportation services, you may refer to the Yellow Pages under Disability Services or Buses-Charter and Rental. Most services provide (unless otherwise noted): Door-to-door service; personal assistance to passengers; service weekdays during business hours; and request at least a two day reservation in advance. For further information on transportation services, contact Senior Linkage Line at V/TDD or visit Or you can contact PRISM for further information on dial-a-ride transportation services and coordination efforts at: PRISM Courtney L.B. Whited, Director of PRISM Express 730 Florida Avenue South Golden Valley, Minnesota Phone: (ext. 113) Fax: With the support of local communities and funded under contract with the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging, Inc. as part of the Older Americans Act Program.
3 DIRECTORY CONTENTS Introductory Pages. Page I-III Transportation Services by City/County Index Hennepin County Map..... Page 4 Minneapolis... Page 5-9 Northwest Hennepin County... Page West Hennepin County... Page South Hennepin County... Page County-Wide Resources... Page Hospitals/Insurance/ Economic Assistance... Page Ramsey County Page Wright County... Page Additional Metropolitan Area Transportation and Information/ Referral Resources... Page 45-53
4 HENNEPIN COUNTY CITIES
5 Minneapolis Minneapolis East Side Neighborhood Service, Inc.. Page 6 Little Brothers, Friends of the Elderly Page 6 Minneapolis American Indian Center... Page 7 North Point Health & Wellness Center..... Page 7 Northeast Senior Citizen Resource Center... Page 8 Oromo Community of Minnesota Page 8-9 (VEAP) Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People...Page 9
6 Minneapolis EASTSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICE, INC. Phone: Trip purpose: Silver Lake Road to the east, Hiawatha to the East, Lyndale Avenue to the West, Lake Street on the South, 694 on the North Medical appointments, senior dining, shopping, adult day care, social services, education, social/recreational Monday - Friday 9:30am 1:30pm 3 days in advance 55+; disabled residents $3.50 requested donation per one way ride Address: nd Street NE, Minneapolis, MN Website: Wheelchair Lift-equipped vehicles Phone: LITTLE BROTHERS FRIENDS OF THE ELDERLY Trip purpose: Minneapolis and St. Paul Client Only - Any Wednesday and Friday: Minneapolis Thursday: St. Paul 2 to 7 days in advance Clients age 65+ with three or fewer social contacts per month Free
7 Address: 1845 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN Website: Wheelchair Lift service is available. MINNEAPOLIS AMERICAN INDIAN CENTER Minneapolis Phone: Trip purpose: (Main desk senior department) Central, Elliot Park, Phillips, Powderhorn, Southeast and Ventura Village Medical/dental, grocery, social services, senior dining, cultural/recreational Monday - Friday 8:00am 4:00pm 1 day in advance 55+ Suggested Donation of $5.00 Address: 1530 East Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN Website: Wheelchair Lift-equipped vehicle NORTH POINT HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER Phone: Trip purpose: North Minneapolis Medical, social services, mental health & dental. Monday - Friday 8:00am 5:00pm At least one day in advance Residents; 12 and under, pregnant women, and 60+ No charge Address: 1313 Penn Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55411
8 Minneapolis Must be ambulatory. No assistance provided. NORTHEAST SENIOR SERVICES, INC Phone: Trip Purpose: Northeast Minneapolis and St. Anthony Village, Colombia Heights, and New Brighton Medical (priority), grocery, personal business, social/ recreational 7 days a week, but Monday - Friday 10:00am 2:00pm (so not in rush hour traffic) 1 week 60+ $8.00 round trip on donation Address: th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN Website: Volunteers drive own cars; will transport within the metro area depending on willingness of the volunteer driver, however, the emphasis is on trips within Northeast and downtown Minneapolis; personal assistance as able; passengers can bring a friend or relative. OROMO COMMUNITY OF MINNESOTA Phone: Trip purpose: ext 213 Contact Alemayehu Baisa Twin Cities metro and surrounding areas Medical care, social services, stores, banks, recreational, congregate dining, personal visitation, etc. Varies. Call for further details. Call for further details.
9 Address: Website: Oromo elder refugees and immigrants and other Ethiopian elders. Free 2510 Cleveland S.t N.E Grace United Methodist Church, Minneapolis, MN This is a staff and volunteer run ride share program in Which all volunteers use their personal vehicles for transporting. No lift service. Minneapolis VEAP: VOLUNTEERS ENLISTED TO ASSIST PEOPLE Phone: Trip purpose: x134 Bloomington, Richfield, Edina, and Minneapolis (South of 50th St and West of Cedar Ave); transport within metro area as far as downtown Minneapolis, the U of MN Hospital, and Methodist Hospital, and Park Nicolette Clinic in St. Louis Park. Medical, grocery, on-going personal errands (i.e., prescription, visit family in a care facility), social support services Monday - Friday 8:30am 3:30pm, 5 business days in advance. Sometimes a shorter notice can be accommodated, depending on driver availability. Low-income seniors 55+ and disabled individuals who have no other transportation resources available or minimal transportation resources. Donation, but one MUST apply to be able to participate in this program. A very simple application is taken over the phone and only takes about 10 minutes. Address: 9728 Irving Ave S, Bloomington, MN Website: No wheelchair lift equipped vehicles.
10 Northwest Hennepin County Volunteers drive VEAP van or own personal vehicle. Curb to curb service. Door to door not available with all drivers. All rides depend upon volunteer availability. Applications now taken over the phone. *subject to driver availability during these day/time periods. NORTHWEST HENNEPIN COUNTY 5-Cities Senior Transportation Program Page 11 Maple Grove Transit System Dial-A-Ride Service... Page Plymouth Dial-A-Ride... Page 12 PRISM Express Transportation Page 13
11 Reservations: Trip purpose: 5-CITIES SENIOR TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, Robbinsdale Grocery shopping, personal shopping, city-sponsored senior center activities, senior dining and pharmacy stops. Northwest Hennepin County Monday - Friday 9:00am 3:00pm 1 day in advance or earlier 60+ $4.00 cash round trip or $3.50 using punch pass punch pass available from driver: $28.00 for 8 Round Trips; $14.00 for 4 Round Trips Pay for punch pass with cash or check made out to: PRISM Express Address: 4100 Lakeview Ave N, Robbinsdale, MN Website: Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 3:00pm (Contact: Rita DeBruyn, Coordinator ) Wheelchair Lift-equipped vehicles. Drivers can offer assistance on and off the bus, if rider requests it. Maple Grove Transit System Dial-A-Ride Service Phone: Limited to City of Maple Grove boundaries, + Hennepin Technical College, North Hennepin Community College, Starlight Transit Station (next to Cub Foods in Brooklyn Park) & down town Osseo
12 Northwest Hennepin County Trip purpose: Any destination within service area. Monday - Friday 6:00am 6:00pm Saturday 8:00am 4:00pm No Sundays/holidays 1 day in advance, first come first served basis, up to two weeks. Anyone. Minimum age to travel without an accompanying adult is 10 years old. $1.75 one way (must have correct fare); Children 5 & younger are free. Can purchase ten ride punch cards for $15.00 at the Government Center, Community Center, and Cub Foods Address: City of Maple Grove, P.O. Box 1180, Maple Grove, MN Website: Curb to Curb service. Riders are allowed to bring aboard small packages. Drivers do not assist in carrying packages. PLYMOUTH DIAL-A-RIDE Phone: Trip purpose: Plymouth and select destinations near Plymouth, i.e. Ridgedale Transportation for all purposes Monday - Friday 6:00am 6:00pm Call Monday - Friday, 8:00am 5:00pm; schedule from 1-7 days in advance. Anyone that lives in Plymouth $3.00 each way Address: 3400 Spung St N.E, MN Website: and click on Services and then Transit. None
13 Phone: Trip purpose: PRISM EXPRESS TRANSPORTATION Brooklyn Center, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, Robbinsdale, and Plymouth east of 494; Ramsey County; Washington County Any, but medical takes priority. Northwest Hennepin County Monday - Friday 8:00am 4:00pm, and Sunday No Saturdays or holiday hours. At least 3 days in advance. Must be a resident in the service area Suggested donation of $6.00 per person per round trip. Address: 730 Florida Ave S, Golden Valley, MN Website: Buses are wheelchair lift equipped; also available for group trips or for hire.
14 WEST HENNEPIN COUNTY West Hennepin County IOCP: Interfaith Outreach Community Partners.. Page 15 Jewish Family & Children s Services of Minneapolis - Deikel Transportation... Page Midwest Dial-A-Ride..... Page 16 STEP: St. Louis Park Emergency Program.. Page Midwest Dial-A-Ride..... Page 17
15 IOCP: INTERFAITH OUTREACH COMMUNITY PARTNERS Phone: Trip purpose: Long Lake, Medina, Minnetonka Beach, Orono, Plymouth west of 494, Wayzata, Hamel and Medicine Lake Medical Rides available Monday - Friday Hours as needed. Appointment desk: Monday - Friday 9:00am 12:00pm Reserve two days in advance West Hennepin County Resident Donation Address: 110 Grand Ave S, Wayzata, MN Will transport in western metro area. Volunteers use own vehicles. Assistance door to door based on volunteer. JEWISH FAMILY & CHILDREN S SERVICES OF MINNEAPOLIS - DEIKEL TRANSPORTATION Phone: Trip purpose: Saint Louis Park, Hopkins, Edina, Golden Valley, Crystal (up to 49th Ave N), New Hope (up to 49th Ave N), Plymouth (up to HWY 494 W), Limited areas of south Minnepolis, Uptown, Downtown Mpls, U of M Medical Facilities (Mpls), Park Nicollet Clinics Carlson Pkwy, and Wayzata, North Memorial Hospital Any Monday - Friday 8:00am 3:30pm. No holidays or weekends. Monday - Friday 9:00am Noon; at least one day in advance. Clients 60+; serving the Jewish and general community. You
16 must be a client in order to use their services. Call to assess your needs and to become a member. $4.00 per one way ride for first 12 rides per month, after that $10.00 per one way. Rides totaling 10+ miles one way will cost $2.00 extra per mile West Hennepin County Address: Wayzata Blvd, Ste 400, Minnetonka, MN Website: Phone: No wheelchairs; no rides to the airport, St. Paul or Mall of America. Guide dogs only, no pets. Riders must be able to independently enter and exit vehicles MIDWEST DIAL-A-RIDE Trip purpose: Greenfield, Long Lake, Loretto, Maple Plain, Medina, Minnetonka, Orono, St. Bonafacious, Wayzata, Delano (partial) Medical, senior dining, social services, grocery/other shopping, social/recreational, personal business, church services. 8:30am 3:30pm 1-14 days in advance Open to all riders $2.00 per one way ride Address: 301 Brighton Ave. Buffalo MN, Website: Door-to-door lift-equipped vehicles. Curb to Curb only, no driveways. Lift-equipped vehicles. STEP: ST. LOUIS PARK EMERGENCY PROGRAM Phone: St. Louis Park; Metro area for Kosher food only
17 Trip purpose: Medical transportation, social services, legal appointments Monday - Friday 8:00am 12:00pm At least two business days in advance Senior citizens - ambulatory seniors residing in St. Louis Park Donation Address: 2239 Edgewood Ave S, MN Phone: STEP is a volunteer driver program and allows one ride per week. Call (Claudia) to enroll in the STEP transportation program. WEST HENNEPIN DIAL-A-RIDE West Hennepin County Trip purpose: Greenfield, Independence, Minnetrista, St. Bonafacious, Loretto, Medina, Minnetonka Beach, Orono and Wayzata. Medical, senior dining, social services, grocery/other shopping, social/recreational, personal business, church services. 9:00am 3:00pm 1-14 days in advance Open to all riders $2.00 per one way ride Address: 301 Brighton Ave. Buffalo MN, Website: Door-to-door lift-equipped vehicles. Curb to Curb only, no drive ways. Lift-equipped vehicles.
18 SOUTH HENNEPIN COUNTY Bloomington Human Services/ Creekside Community Center..... Page 19 Eden Prairie Senior Center Page Midwest Paratransit Services Page 20 South Hennepin County South West Transit.... Page VEAP: Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People..... Page 21
19 BLOOMINGTON HUMAN SERVICES/CREEKSIDE COMMUNITY CENTER Phone: Trip purpose: (Reservation Line) TTY: Within Bloomington city limit Primary: to and from Creekside Community Center; Secondary: Medical appointments, grocery shopping, employment (upon availability) Monday - Friday 8:15am 3:30pm 1 day in advance (by noon) 55+, persons with a disability, low-income individuals and families Adult - $3.55 each way, Ages $1.50 one-way; Under age 5 - free, Youth Summer - $1.00 each way Exact change or token required (Fees change January 1st of each year) Address: 9801 Penn Ave S, Bloomington, MN South Hennepin County Buses are wheelchair lift equipped. Group route door to door, connect with BE LINE and Metro Transit Phone: EDEN PRAIRIE SENIOR CENTER Trip purpose: Eden Prairie Rides to Center only. Monday-Friday 8:30 4:00 2 business days in advance Everyone No fee, $1.00 donation suggested each way
20 Address: 8080 Mitchell Rd, Eden Prairie, MN Website: Click on Senior Center, then Senior Center Transportation Information printed in the senior center news newsletter MIDWEST PARATRANSIT SERVICES (FORMALLY EDINA DIAL-A-RIDE) Phone: Edina city limits South Hennepin County Trip purpose: Medical appointments, shopping, dining personal visits Monday-Friday 9:00am 3:00pm 24-hour advance notice; Monday-Friday 8:00am 4:00pm Everyone $2.00 per one way trip Address: Justen Circle, Maple Grove MN Website: Door-to-door lift-equipped vehicles. Curb to Curb only, no drive ways. Lift-equipped vehicles. Phone: SOUTHWEST TRANSIT Trip purpose: Downtown, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, Southdale, and service between Chanhassen, Chaska, and Eden Prairie Any purpose Peak Hours: Monday-Friday 6:00am 9:00am & 3:00pm 6:30pm None; persons with disabilities can ride at all times on all SouthWest Transit routes Everyone
21 Seniors 65+: Peak $3.00, Non-Peak $0.75 Persons with Disabilities ride for $0.75 at all times, must show: Metro Mobility card/transfer, Metro Transit temporary ID, Minnesota driver s license/state ID with an A or L endorsement. Please tell driver if you qualify for a reduced fare before you pay fare. Address: Technology Drive, Eden Prairie MN Website: All SouthWest transit buses are ADA accessible. Phone: Trip purpose: VEAP: VOLUNTEERS ENLISTED TO ASSIST PEOPLE x134 Bloomington, Richfield, Edina, and Minneapolis (South of 50th St and West of Cedar Ave); transport within metro area as far As downtown Minneapolis, the U of MN Hospital, and Methodist Hospital, and Park Nicolette Clinic in St. Louis Park. Medical, grocery, on-going personal errands (i.e., prescription, visit family in a care facility), social support services South Hennepin County Monday - Friday 8:30am 3:30pm, 5 business days in advance. Sometimes a shorter notice can be accommodated, depending on driver availability. Low-income seniors 55+ and disabled individuals who have no other transportation resources available or minimal transportation resources. Donation, but one MUST apply to be able to participate in this program. A very simple application is taken over the phone and only takes about 10 minutes. Address: 9728 Irving Ave S, Bloomington, MN Website: No lift-equipped vehicles. Volunteers drive VEAP van or own personal vehicle. Curb to curb service. Door to door not available with all drivers. All rides depend upon volunteer availability. Applications now taken over the phone. *subject to driver availability during these day/time periods.
22 COUNTY-WIDE RESOURCES 28 Hennepin County Human Services Department Volunteer and Community Partnership Program. Page 23 MAP: Minnesota AIDS Project......Page Meisa Transportation Services, LLC... Page 24 Metro Mobility.. Page Mode Special Transportation/Medi-Van.. Page Riverside Transportation... Page 26 Soma Transportation Co... Page T.L.C. Special Transportation Page 27 Twin City Transportation. Page 27- United Cam- County-Wide Resources bodian Association of MN Page 28
23 HENNEPIN COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT VOLUNTEER AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM Phone: Trip purpose: (Kristine Poelzer) Hennepin County As determined by caseworker Arranged by service worker, based on availability of volunteer driver. Evening and holiday transportation is very limited. Prefer 2-3 days advance Arranged by Service Worker only. County-Wide Resources None Address: 1800 Chicago Ave S 3rd Floor, Minneapolis, MN Website: click Departments, click Human Services and Public Health, click Human Services and Public Health Resources Directory, click Volunteer and Community Partnership Overview Volunteers drive own cars. Phone: MAP: MINNESOTA AIDS PROJECT Trip purpose: Hennepin, Anoka, Ramsey, Dakota, Scott, Carver and Washington counties. Additionally, medical rides in greater Minnesota are offered. Call for further details. Eligible residents of Chisago, Isanti, Sherburne and Wright counties in Minnesota can receive mileage reimbursement of $0.35 for medical and pharmacy visits. Medical appointments, and medication pickups from pharmacies. Call for further details. Monday - Friday 8:30am 5:00pm No Weekends; No holidays 2 working days to 2 months in advance; first come first served.
24 Individuals who are HIV + or living with AIDS, within income requirements. None Address: 1400 Park Ave S, Minneapolis, MN Website: (services, transportation) Confidential services; unmarked vehicles. Rides provided by volunteers or taxi (some wheelchair lift-equipped). Please visit website for required forms. Phone: MEISA TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, LLC Trip Purpose: 7-county metro area Any 24/7 At least 24 hours before the appointment. Elderly and disabled. Medical Clinic, MA clients, Private Pay $7.50 pick up + $3.00/mile Address: 970 E Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis Website: County-Wide Resources Wheelchair lift equipped. Door to Door service. Call for pricing. METRO MOBILITY Phone: West area TTY: Hennepin County (Champlin, Maple Grove, Osseo, Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Plymouth, Crystal, New Hope, Robbinsdale, Golden Valley, Orono, Wayzata, Shorewood, Minnetonka, Hopkins, St. Louis Park, South downtown in Minneapolis, Chanhassen, Eden Prairie, Edina, Richfield, Chaska, Bloomington & Savage.)
25 Trip purpose: Any Daily, hours vary. Call for further information. Reservations taken 7 days a week from 6:00 am 5:00 pm; up to 4 days in advance. Same day service available when capacity and schedule allow. Same day trips must be requested at least two hours before the requested pick-up time. Please note Metro Mobility is a shared ride public transportation system. Routes & schedules are structured to transport multiple passengers to various destination. Persons unable to use fixed route service due to a disability or health condition. You must apply to use this service. (application process is approximately 21 days) County-Wide Resources $3.50 per one way ride during peak hours, which are Monday- Friday, 6:00am 9:00 am and 3:00pm 6:30pm. $2.50 per one way ride during off-peak hours; Holidays are not affected by peak pricing. * Note: riders certified for Metro Mobility receive a reduced fare when traveling on Metro Transit. Address: 390 N. Robert St, St. Paul, MN Website: Riders can receive route and schedule information and plan their trips by visiting this website. Click on the Metro Transit tab. All Metro Mobility vehicles are equipped with lifts and have two wheelchair spaces. Phone: MODE SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION/MEDI-VAN Trip Purpose: Day/Hours: Services the entire 7 county metro area and long distance, i.e. Mayo Clinic, Sioux Falls Hospitals, Iowa clinics and hospitals and the VA hospitals. Medical, school, family visits, Sunday trips. non-emergency stretcher service, wheelchair service, personalized ambulatory service & special requests honored. 7 days a week/24 hours per day. (Metro: no weekends)
26 Address: 7 days a week/24 hours per day, 365 days per year. Anyone Medicaid, Nursing Home & Private Pay Metro: Monday-Friday 8-5 $30 base with $2 per loaded mile Outside Metro: $23 base with $1.90 per loaded mile Detroit Lakes, MN None Phone: RIVERSIDE TRANSPORTATION Trip Purpose: 7-county metro area, Blue Earth and Olmsted county. Medical and Dental appointments 8:00am 8:00pm, 7 days a week Client or clinic. Must contact health plan directly to arrange transportation. 5 hours in advance. Anyone with health ride department authorization. $ $2.00/mile Address: 1421 Park Ave S, Ste 202, Minnapolis Website: County-Wide Resources Wheelchair lift equipped. Door to Door service. Passenger assistance available. Phone: SOMA TRANSPORTATION CO Trip Purpose: Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey Medical, Pharmacy, Community gathering, Shopping Monday - Saturday;7:00am 6:00pm
27 Call for further details. Call for further details. $20.00 pickup and drop off fee + $1.50/mile Address: nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN Accepts Medical Assistance and UCare clients. Phone: T.L.C. SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION Metro Area. County-Wide Resources Medical: Monday - Friday 6:00am 5:30pm Saturday service available for dialysis only, call for details. 48-hour advance notice. Physically challenged & elderly. Anybody can ride that will Pay. MA rate $25.00 one way + $2.50 mile. Medical Assistance, Ramsey Care, U Care, Medica Choice, Blue Plus provider and others. Private transportation available for $ /mile Address: P.O. Box 963, Burnsville, MN Wheelchair lift service is available. Phone: TWIN CITY TRANSPORTATION Trip Purpose: Minneapolis, St. Paul and surrounding suburbs. Standing orders for physical therapy, dialysis and other therapies available. Private pay transportation anywhere. 7 days a week, generally from 5:00am 9:00pm, but can accommodate other hours. Call for further details. 24 hour notice preferred.
28 Medical Assistance recipients with special need for transportation. Medica, Allina, U Care, Health Partners, Blue Plus and private pay all accepted. None, billed to insurance. Address: 2020 Silver Bell Road, #30, Eagan, MN None. Phone: UNITED CAMBODIAN ASSOCIATION OF MN Trip Purpose: Ramsey, Hennepin, Dakota, Washington, Carver, Scott and Anoka counties. Transportation is for medical, grocery shopping, visiting, congregate dining, social services, recreation and personal/ retail. Monday - Friday, 8:00am 4:30pm One week advance notice preferred. Seniors 60+, physically challenged, elderly. Donations accepted. County-Wide Resources Address: 1101 N. Snelling Avenue, St. Paul, MN Service targeted for Cambodians.
29 HOSPITALS/INSURANCE/ ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE Fairview-University Medical Center Transportation Program... Page 30 Insurance Companies.... Page 30 Medical Assistance.... Page 31 VA Medical Center.. Page 31 Assistance Opening the gate to independence with one simple
30 FAIRVIEW-UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM Phone: Trip purpose: (Fairview Healthwise) Twin Cities area (including suburbs) Fairview-University Medical Center or affiliated physician s offices Monday - Friday 7:00am 5:30pm 24 hours 55+ or temporarily disabled; living independently in community. $5.00 for each round trip ride Address: 2450 Riverside Ave, Minneapolis, MN Website: Vehicles used: Town Taxi, Airport Taxi, and Yellow Cab (medical vans available) INSURANCE COMPANIES Some health insurance companies do cover transportation to a limited extent. To find out if transportation will be covered for a particular medical appointment, call the insurance customer service office with your insurance identification number. The insurance company may make decisions on a case-by-case basis. Assistance Medica Choice Care Provide-A-Ride: Phone: TDD: U Care Minnesota: Phone: Metropolitan Health Plan: Phone: , Health Ride or (Member Services)
31 MA: MEDICAL ASSISTANCE Transportation for health care is covered. Check with the Social Service Department of the hospital regarding transportation vouchers and any other questions. For more information regarding MA and transportation options, call When calling for a ride from the following providers, please have available: ID number; date the ride is needed; doctor s first and last name; and the address of the appointment. The cost of the ride will be billed through MA. Varied Must be a Medical Assistance client. Medical Assistance/Medicaid (65+health plans) 5 day notice with bus passes VA Medical Center Phone: , ext 2763 Assistance Trip purpose: Five state area including Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin Medical Call Monday - Friday 8:00am 4:30pm No required reservation advance policy Veterans who meet specific requirements None Address: 7000 Nicollet Ave S, Richfield, MN Wheelchair Lift-equipped vehicle
32 RAMSEY COUNTY Map of Ramsey County.... Page 33 Allina Medical Transportation Services. Page 34 CLUES Senior Program... Page Jewish Community Center.. Page 35 Metro Mobility. Page Open Cities Health Center... Page Roseville Area Senior Program.. Page 37 T.L.C. Special Transportation.. Page Twin City Transportation... Page 38 United Cambodian Association of MN... Page White Bear Area Senior Program/ISD # Page 39 Ramsey County
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34 Phone: ALLINA MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES Northern and southern suburbs of St. Paul and the city of Minneapolis. Monday - Friday 9:00am 6:00pm, Saturday 10:00am 6:00pm, Sunday 10:00am 5:00pm Advance notice preferred. Day of ride service provided depending on availability. Hospital discharges and medical appointments at Allina facilities only, unless previously arranged through billing department. $85 each way, $1.50/mile (15 mile radius or 35 mile radius from the hospital) Address: 167 Grand Avenue, St. Paul, MN Lift-equipped vehicle available. Medical assistance; target population Allina affiliated trips only; hospital discharges and medical appointments at Allina facilities. CLUES SENIOR PROGRAM Phone: Ramsey county and West St. Paul Medical: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am 4:30pm Grocery: Wednesday 9:00am 10:00am Visiting: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am 4:30pm Congregate Dining: Thursday 11:00am 12:30pm Social Service: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am 4:30pm Recreation: Tuesday, Thursday 9:00am 4:30pm Personal/Retail: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am 4:30pm Ramsey County 2-3 day notice required. No specific requirements.
35 Suggested donation of $2.00. Address: 401 Concord Street, St. Paul, MN Wheelchair Lift-equipped vehicles available. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER Phone: Transportation Coordinator: Ann Rickert Ramsey County Medical: Monday - Friday 8:30am 4:00pm Grocery: Wednesday 8:30am 1:00pm Recreation: members only on request, Monday-Friday am only Personal/Retail: on request/call for details. Advanced notice preferred. Seniors, physically challenged, and non-english speaking families. $5.00 suggested donation. Medical Assistance, Health Partners, UCare provider and Serving Seniors. Address: 1375 St. Paul Avenue, St. Paul, MN Wheelchair Lift-equipped vehicles available. Ramsey County METRO MOBILITY (LAIDLAW BUS SERVICE) Phone: TYY All of Ramsey county: Shoreview, New Brighton, Arden Hills, North Oaks, Vadnais Heights, White Bear Township, White Bear Lake, Minneapolis north of downtown, St. Anthony, Roseville, Little Canada, Maplewood, North St. Paul, St. Paul and Lilydale. Daily, hours vary. Call for further information.
36 Reservations taken 7 days a week from 6:00am 5:00pm; up to 4 days in advance. Same day service available when capacity and schedule allow. Same day trips must be requested at least two hours before the requested pick-up time. Please note: Metro Mobility is a shared ride public Transportation system. Routes & schedules are structured to transport multiple passengers to various destinations. Persons unable to use fixed route service due to a disability or health condition. Must apply to use these services. (application process is approximately 21 days) $3.50 one way, peak hours. $2.50 one way, off peak hours. Peak hours are Monday - Friday 6:00am 9:00am and 3:00pm 6:30pm, except holidays. Riders certified for Metro Mobility receive a reduced fare when traveling on Metro Transit. Address: 390 North Robert Street, St. Paul, MN Website: (route and schedule information avail able by visiting this website and clicking on the Metro Transit button.) All Metro Transit vehicles are equipped with lifts and two wheelchair spaces Phone: OPEN CITIES HEALTH CENTER Transportation only to and from the clinic and only within 5 miles of the clinic. Trip Purpose: Transportation to and from appointments at the clinic. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:00am 8:00pm Wednesday, Friday 8:00am 5pm Ramsey County Same day service as available. All populations that meet criteria; insurance first. Based on service provided with sliding fee. Address: 409 North Dunlop Street, St. Paul, MN 55104
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