Daystar Life Center provides bus passes and gas vouchers to those in need. They also offer bike locks to clients when a bicycle is their only means of transit. Daystar is the only official Travelers Aid site in Pinellas County. Please see the website for more information.
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GoodDays provides financial support to patients who cannot afford medication. They also offer help with transportation and other travel costs. Please call or visit website for more information.
Our Help Line program is our current resource designed so students can get Help Now through our resource guide or calling our local number. A lot of students do not know the resources that are available to them and we strive to get that information to them. We assist students in getting into the shelter that they qualify for and if needed we will pay for an Airbnb the night before the shelter takes in new people. We will also help the student get to the shelter within consideration.
HEP has several options to help residents with their transportation needs. There is an on-campus bus shelter for residents who take the bus. A bus takes HEP youth to after school programs. There are fixed route transit services for Veterans to Bay Pines Hospital. The Freewheel Bike Program provides bicycles to the homeless. Please see the website for more information.
Homeless clients can get transportation on a limited basis to jobs or medical appointments. Transit Authority (PSTA) buses stop near the shelter. PSTA route maps are available for shelter clients.
PSTA offers a reduced fare program to senior citizens and disabled persons. Clients will be given PSTA ID’s. Seniors may show a government-issued photo ID. They must be 65 years or older in order to qualify for the Senior Special Citizen Program. Medicare cardholders may ride for a reduced fare if they show the original red/white/blue Medicare card. Please call for more information.
This website has a database that lets users find available transportation services. There are many options to choose from. Please see the website for more information.
This ministry reaches out to people in surrounding communities. Volunteers help with projects around the house, providing a ride to the doctor or picking up groceries. They can also help children with tutoring or sports training. Please call for more information.
- Big Brother/Big Sister program
- Caretaker relief
- Grocery shopping
- Home repairs
- House cleaning and chores
- House painting
- Repairing or replacement of appliances
- Transportation to doctor's appointments
- Yard work
The Ozanam Outreach helps those who are in need. They serve those living in the downtown St. Petersburg area. They provide bus passes on a case-by-case basis. Clients must have proof of destination in order to receive this service. Please call for more information.