The Canal Winchester Senior Transportation Program provides a number of services for Canal Winchester residents who are at least 60 years old and live within the City's School District limits. These services are free due to grant funding provided by local funders*. From medical appointments to Senior Citizens Club activities, we are dedicated to improving the quality of life, health, and well-being of our residents.
The Program includes both Daily Transportation and Group Transportation. Daily transportation is provided for both medical and personal appointments, with priority given to medical appointments. Examples of personal appointments include beauty appointments or trips to the local library. Group transportation includes grocery trips to four local groceries and a variety of pre-arranged Senior Citizens Club activities.
We have five vans of various sizes, of which four are wheel-chair accessible. Appointments are scheduled Monday-Friday by appointment only. Transportation is curb-curb, which may require that the resident has an aide or caregiver present.
More specific information about our services and policies can be found in the Client Guidelines link provided below.
If you would like to request these services, please print, sign, and return both the Client Guidelines (signature page only) and the Client Information Form provided below.
Please mail BOTH the signature page as well as the Client Information Form to:
Canal Winchester Human Services
80 Covenant Way
Canal Winchester, OH 43110
*Grant Funders include: The City of Canal Winchester, Fairfield and Franklin County Offices on Aging, Clintonville-Beechwold Resource Center, Madison Township, MORPC, the Village of Lithopolis, and LifeCare Alliance.
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