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Transportation Services


If you are a senior or someone who has a disability and JFS provides case management services for you, you may be eligible to use our fee-for-service transportation services. If you can no longer drive, yet want to remain independent, you can schedule rides with our friendly drivers. We offer door-to-door and errand services for medical & dental appointments, grocery store & other shopping, trips to the pharmacy/post office/bank, beauty appointments, and other activities, as available.

To learn more about our Transportation Services and to see if our program is right for you, please call Jewish Family Services at 937-610-1555.

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