Here at LifeSavers our main philosophy is to be there for our customers and patients 24 hours/7 days a week. There is nothing more important in life than a loved one, and it is crucial that those you love are taken care of with the utmost compassion and sensitivity. Our main focus is to transport those who are in need of assistance whether it is medical or non-medical to their designated appointments. We provide wheelchair transportation services to the elderly and the disabled. In addition to our wheelchair transportation, our company also provides with gurney transportation as well, that way you are accommodated with the most proper transportation available.
Healdsburg Shuttle – Partner of Sonoma County Transit
The City of Healdsburg has approved funding to subsidize fares for all riders on Route 67, the “Healdsburg Shuttle,” for a two-year period beginning July 1, 2018.
The Shuttle operates on weekdays between the hours of 8:40am and 4:10pm and operates North and South loops whose terminus is the Safeway Shopping Center. The route connects the shopping center with downtown Healdsburg/Healdsburg Plaza, the Senior Center, central, northern and southern Healdsburg neighborhoods.
The Healdsburg Shuttle is free for all riders under Sonoma County Transit’s “Fare-Free” program. The Healdsburg Shuttle’s “Fare-Free” program is subsidized by the City of Healdsburg.
The new “Fare-Free” program is designed to make using local transit services easier and to encourage hop-on, hop-off, travel without the need to pay a fare.
Cloverdale Transit – Partner of Sonoma County Transit
Cloverdale Transit, Local 68 provides local weekday shuttle service within the City of Cloverdale.
Sonoma County Transit, Route 60 provides daily bus service to and from the City of Cloverdale with connections to the greater Sonoma County area.
Amtrak Thruway Service provides bus service to the City of Cloverdale via the Cloverdale Depot, located at Citrus Fair Drive and Asti Road.
Disabled American Veterans
The Disabled American Veterans is dedicated to a single purpose: building better lives for all of our nation’s disabled veterans and their families.Through the Transportation Network, DAV volunteers drive sick and disabled veterans to and from VA medical facilities for treatment. The Transportation Network is a clear example of veterans helping veterans. The DAV stepped in to meet a substantial community need when the federal government terminated its program that helped many veterans pay for transportation to VA medical facilities
One run per day to the VA Medical Center Reservations required.
|Santa Rosa: Santa Rosa/La Plaza, 2300 County Center Dr. , Santa Rosa, CA 95403||6:45 AM|
|Cotati: Cotati Veteran’s Bldg., 8505 Park Ave,, Cotati, CA 94931||7:00 AM|
|Petaluma: Petaluma Veterans Bldg., 1094 Petaluma Blvd., Petaluma, CA 94952||7:15 AM|
Becoming Independent Transportation
Provides rides taking people to and from their homes and jobs, Becoming Independent (BI) program sites and to community events all over Sonoma and Napa counties. An additional service, the BI-EXPRESS, provides a critical weekend and evening service for people with disabilities and other populations in need of a ride who don’t have access to alternative transportation during those times.
Non-emergency medical transportation. Provides wheelchair and gurney transportation for a fee for seniors.
Provides non-emergency wheelchair and gurney transportation for seniors and disabled individuals in Solano, Marin and Sonoma Counties.
Volunteer Center of Sonoma County – Volunteer Wheels
Volunteer Wheels provides seniors and people with disabilities with transportation from their homes to important appointments and errands, enabling them to live more independently. More than 30,000 rides are provided each year, serving over 3,300 people in our community. Volunteer Wheels operates the ADA paratransit service for Sonoma County Transit (SCT) with a staff of paid and volunteer drivers and is funded through our service contract with SCT and contributions from the community. Provides vans with wheelchair lift or sedans. Call about application process.
Americans with Disabilities complimentary door to door transportation for ADA-eligible persons within Petaluma is available. Paratransit provides rides to persons who, due to a disability, are unable to utilize Petaluma Transit’s fixed route bus service for some or all of their trips.
Santa Rosa Paratransit
The City of Santa Rosa offers next-day ADA Paratransit transportation service seven days a week to those who are unable (temporarily or permanently) to independently use Santa Rosa CityBus due to a disability or health related condition. This service is provided within three-quarters (¾) of a mile from existing CityBus routes as part of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The service is shared-ride public transportation that is available for all trip purposes (including shopping, higher education, medical appointments, and work). The City of Santa Rosa takes pride in providing high quality, safe, reliable and courteous transportation service. Santa Rosa Paratransit is highly subsidized. The one-way paratransit fare of $3.00 (which is double the adult fixed-route fare) covers a very small fraction of the overall cost of the trip, which is approximately $30 per one-way trip.
The City of Santa Rosa has hired contractors to perform paratransit services on our behalf. C.A.R.E. Evaluators is the contractor that the public calls to schedule an in-person eligibility interview. Once you have received your paratransit eligibility card, contact MV Transportation (Santa Rosa’s paratransit service contractor), to request your trips. The City of Santa Rosa monitors, manages, sells tickets and generally ensures a high-quality paratransit service.
For more information check the Paratransit User Guide at www.srcity.org/paratransit