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Community Transport programs are primarily funded and supported by the Victorian Government, through the Home and Community Care Program (HACC) under its mandate to provide social support. Community Accessability Inc. has been assisting communities with transport since 1998 and Wodonga is where it all began. Back then we went by the name of Community Managed Transport, which many still know us by today.
Without the support of our wonderful volunteers, we would not be able to provide this service. In our Community Transport program, volunteers are required to drive our vehicles, provide conversation, some physical support in helping clients to get in and out of a vehicle, carrying items, guiding a client to appointments and helping to negotiate on the client’s behalf with other service providers. Would like more information about becoming a community transport volunteer.
Not all community transport services are funded by HACC, some are sponsored through in-kind partnerships, between a varied number of community organisations and groups and have varying eligibility criteria. We are proud to be part of a number of partnerships which provide community transport in our region.
If you would like to find out more about our Community Transport services in your area, please choose your region.
- Alpine – Ovens Valley
- Alpine – Kiewa Valley
If your region is not mentioned here, please visit our Community Transport page on the GettingThere website