These resources include information on non-emergency medical and public transportation.

  • Good News Mountaineer Garage

    Puts people on the road with the help of many individuals and organizations. We accept donations of vehicles that are repairable, for a reasonable amount of money. These donated vehicles are then distributed to families with low income needing transportation to work. We also have a program dedicated to helping individuals through the process of applying for a loan, learning about credit and purchasing a vehicle.

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    304-344-8445 or 866-GIVECAR (866-448-3227)

    1637 4th Avenue, Charleston, WV 25387

  • LogistiCare

    LogistiCare manages non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) for West Virginia Medicaid members.

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  • Mountain State Centers for Independent Living

    Due to the very limited public transportation available in Beckley, MTSTCIL has wheelchair accessible vans in order to provide transportation to consumers participating in activities at the Center. The vans are available to transport any consumer living in the service area, which includes all of Raleigh County to the Green Sulphur exit in Summers County and to Oak Hill in Fayette County.

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  • Mountain Transit Authority

    Our services include regular deviated fixed-route schedules; a Call-a-ride service within the Summersville city limits; Non-emergency medical transportation; and contract service with social service agencies for transporting their clients.

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