Have some free time, love to drive, and want to help Homebound or Disabled Veterans? Become a VetsVan volunteer driver today! We are happy to be flexible with your schedule. Qualifications? You must have a valid California Driver’s License, Auto Insurance, and be willing to do a no-cost background check. Orientation Training provided by MOVE.
What is VetsVan? In partnership with Stanislaus County’s Area Agency on Aging and Veterans Service Office (VSO), MOVE operates VetsVan. This is a no-cost program where rides are provided by volunteer drivers to medical appointments. The VetsVan program is designed primarily for homebound Veterans in Stanislaus County, but also considers disabled Veterans who have had
What is Travel Training? Modeled after a highly successful program in Sacramento, MOVE’s Travel Training program is a free service available to Stanislaus County residents who are interested in learning how to use public transit. Whether you are unfamiliar with riding the bus or new to the community, our team of Travel Trainers will equip
What is BRIDGES? Our volunteer driver program, BRIDGES, provides mileage reimbursement to individuals who are unable to drive or use public transit. Eligible participants select a volunteer driver, usually a friend, family member or neighbor to drive them to destinations such as medical appointments, grocery stores, and social activities. Each month, participants will receive $0.50