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Charity Cars, Inc. - Free Vehicles

This agency provides free vehicles to a wide array of clients. Some are referred from non-profit organizations and social service agencies. Please see the website for details.

Clients include:

  • Families living in transitional living shelters
  • Families transitioning from public assistance to work
  • The medically needy
  • Military Families
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Victims of domestic violence
  • Victims of natural disasters
  • The working poor

LYNX - ACCESS LYNX

ACCESS LYNX is a shared ride door-to-door transportation service. This program provides transportation to those who are not able to use the regular fixed route bus service because of a disability or other limitations. Must be fill out application and be eligible. Please call or visit website for more information.

LYNX - NeighborLink

NeighborLink by LYNX is a flex-service for residents living in less-populated areas. Use can be made of both local transportation and LYNX local bus system. Service hours vary by route. Please call or visit website for more information.

LYNX - Youth Fare Program

LYNX provides Youth Fare Program. Children under the age of 6 may ride free when accompanied by an adult. If they are riding alone, they may be $1. Ages 7 to 9 are eligible for a Youth Pass without a Youth ID. Ages 10 to 18 or still in high school must show Youth ID. Please call or visit website for more information.

National Kidney Foundation of Florida, Inc.- Transportation Grant Program

This agency helps dialysis patients with transportation costs not covered by other resources. Patients may use grants to travel to and from dialysis treatment, or for transplant work-ups. This is a funding of "last resort." Social workers must complete the NKF Application for Financial Assistance for the patient. Please see the website for more details.

National Runaway Safeline - Home Free Program

This agency works with Greyhound Lines to provide free bus tickets home to runaway youth. It is for those who are ages 12 through 20.

If you are under 18, you will be asked if there is a runaway report filed in your hometown. If you are not sure, NRS will advise.

A trained phone counselor will set up a conference call between you and your parents. A plan of action will then be determined. Then, Greyhound will be contacted and travel arrangements will be made.

If you are over 18, you will have the choice to go to transitional housing if it is not possible to return to your family.

Please call the hotline or see the website for more details.

24-Hour Hotline: 1.800.786.2929 (1.800.RUNAWAY)