American Cancer Society

Phone 800-227-2345


Our new Personal Health Manager Kit is an easy-to-use tool designed to help patients organize and keep track of appointments, medication, test results, insurance, bills, and various other logistical and practical details associated with cancer. The kit's content can be personalized to provide information and resources which will help address the needs of a particular cancer patient or caregiver. Kits order and shipment is free of charge.

Will assist with transportation for any cancer treatment.  It requires 4 business days advance notice.  Please provide the date, time, location and duration of appoint.  They will work with you if you have a regular schedule of appointments needed.  This program is 100% based on volunteers and patient must be able to get in and out of vehicle without help.

American Red Cross

Phone 765-742-6975


(Clinton & Boone County) 51 W. Clinton St. #106, Frankfort, IN 46041
(765) 659-2921 (Christie or Kathy) currently on hold, call 888-684-1441 for information

Provides transportation for residents of Clinton and Boone counties. No fee, but donations appreciated. Call a week in advance--only one vehicle available.

(Tippecanoe County), 615 N 18th St., Suite 101, Lafayette, IN 47904
(765) 742-6975 currently on hold, call 888-684-1441 for information

Provides free transportation for the elderly, adult-disabled, & single-parents within Tippecanoe county; first come first serve. Will transport to out of county appointments. Monday-Friday

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.

Address 660 N. 36th St., Lafayette, IN 47905
Phone 765-447-7683 or 800-382-7556


Provides energy assistance for utility services, rental assistance, food and transportation.  Family Caregiver Program to assist caregivers.  SHIP Medicare counselors.  Provides the Pre-Admission Screening for persons wanting to enter a nursing home.
Check your local listing for what is offered in your area.                                                                                                                                                      
• 660 N. 36th St., Lafayette, IN 47905 
Phone: 765-447-7683 or 800-382-7556

• 901 Prince William Rd, Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-6466

• 301 E. Clinton St., Frankfort, IN 46041
Phone: 765-659-1408

• 116 E Marion St., Monticello, IN 47960
Phone: 574-583-6048


Boswell Area Transit Van (BAT VAN) (Benton County)

Phone 765-869-4350 (day)


Program suspended, please contact for more information.

All volunteer public transportation for persons of all ages & disabilities in the towns of Boswell, Oxford, Ambia, Dunnington, Chase, Tab, & Talbot. Can be used for any reason, some prescheduled trips available for groups. Please call at least 48 hours in advance of the day you want to take the trip. Not a free program; there is a suggested donation. Drivers are volunteers.

*Evenings and weekends call: 765-869-5184

Caregiver Companion

Phone 765-423-1879


A network of volunteers to help caregivers with non-medical needs such as respite care, transporation and compansionship.

Carroll County Senior & Family Services

Address Delphi Senior Center, 700 N. Washington St., Delphi, IN 46923
Phone 765-564-2772


Carroll County Senior & Family Services provides transportation services to seniors and disabled of Carroll County. Medicaid is billed for those eligible or a donation amount is due at the time of service. The rates are as follows:
IN TOWN           $5-$10
IN COUNTY       $10-$15
(The range is based upon the length of appointment. This will be explained when trip is scheduled) 


CityBus ACCESS Paratransit Service

Address 1250 Canal Rd, Lafayette, IN 47904


For those who cannot use the regular fixed route bus services because of a physical/ mental disability.  Must fill out an application form & have Doctor’s order that you are not able to ride the regular bus services, in order to be certified for this service.  Call for an application form.  Once certified, you must call at least one-two weeks in advance of your trip. The service is available Monday through Sunday, hours vary.

Cost:  $2.00 for one trip; round trip, $4.00. An assistant may ride free. You may purchase a ticket for $20 for 10 rides. Drivers will assist into & out of the seats & bus & will assist with mobility aids & packages less than 25 pounds.

Community Action Program, Inc of Western Indiana



Check your local listing for what is offered in your area.

• 105 S. Howard Street, Oxford, IN  47971
Phone: 765-385-0623
• 22 W. 2nd St., Williamsport, IN 47993
Phone: 765-762-0420                                                                                             
• 201 E Jefferson St., Crawfordsville, IN 47933
Phone: 765-362-4096
• 418 Washington Street, Covington, IN  47932
Phone: 765-793-4881


Community Cancer Network (CCN)

Phone 765-446-5464


Mission: To support the non-medical needs of area cancer patients in collaboration with care providers and other community resources.

Service Area:  11 North Central & West Central Indiana counties - Benton, Cass, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Jasper, Montgomery, Newton, Tippecanoe, Warren, White

Call CCN direct or be referred by health care provider, family or  friend  to become a Community Cancer Network client

Free Services (not limited to):
-Client Advocacy
-Food Pantry (Shelf Stable Food/Limited Toiletries/Limited Cleaning Supplies)
-Durable Medical Equipment (Wheelchairs, Walkers, Canes)
-Limited Financial Assistance (qualifying guidelines/ex: Fuel Card, Utility/Rent/Mortgage/Prescription Payments)
-Transportation to/from cancer treatment
-Wig Salon (intimate environment with broad selection)
           ~And so much more! 

Clients are encouraged to share their unique needs so CCN may address them or refer them on to a collaborating organization

Community Van Brookston & Chalmers

Address 904 City Park Loop, Monticello, IN 47960
Phone (765) 563-6330 (Mary-Lynn)


For transportation services in Brookston, Chalmers, or anywhere within the Frontier School District of White county, this service is open to the general public, including those who are disabled or elderly. This is for non-medical use.  Please call 48 hours in advance. Suggested contribution. Hours: Monday to Friday (6am-5pm).

For a list of other transportation services in various counties for nonmedical purposes see: (counties included: Lafayette, Crawfordsville, Carroll, Frankfort, Monticello)



Garden Spot Express (Carroll County)

Phone (574) 967-3400 (Mary Jo) (765)


Provides free transit for Flora and Monroe Township. Book as far in advance as possible (only one vehicle); donations appreciated. Hours: 9:00am-2:30pm.

Help at Home

Address 30 Professional Court, Suite #1, Lafayette, IN 47905
Phone (765) 449-9176 / (765) 447-073


Personal Care will be either private pay or through Area IV: Personal Care-bathing assistance, assistance with dressing, and assistance with grooming, Light housekeeping, Laundry, Meal Preparation, including shopping and assistance with meal planning, Errands or Transportation, Companionship - available 24 hours a day, if needed.

Skilled Services: will need prior approval/recommendation from the doctor: Assist with Medication Reminders, Oversee Dietary Guidelines with Meal Preparation.

Helping Hand Chauffeur Service (Montgomery County)

Address Ladoga, IN 47954
Phone 765-918-1559


Pre arranged transportation to & from appointments, airport, etc. Medicaid provider & will transport to Medicaid facilities. Call for rates.

Home Care by Design

Address 955 Mezzanine Drive, suite A, Lafayette, IN 47905
Phone 765-464-8080


Offer non medical in home care such as: bathing, dressing, meal preparation, medication dispensing, daily activity personal services

HOPE Transportation Program (Benton County)

Phone 765-404-1174 (Kim Bowley)


Transportation program for persons 60 years & older in BENTON County, or people with disabilities for medical purposes only. Call and leave a message at least 24-hours in advance (8 am - 5 pm, Mon. - Fri.); she checks her messages daily. Please give at least 48 hours notice. A donation-based program.

Indiana Family Helpline

Phone 1-855-435-7178


Anyone with Indiana Medicaid can call the Indiana Family Helpline Hoosier Healthwise 1-800-889-9949 (call to find out what kind of Medicaid you have)

Different types of Medicaid can call for scheduling rides:

  • Anthem 1-866-408-6131
  • MDWise 1-800-356-1204
  • Advantage Health 1-800-784-3981
  • Indiana Care Select 1-800-963-7383

Integrity Care LLC (Tippecanoe County only)

Address 667 Elijah Street, West Lafayette, IN 47906
Phone (765) 463 - 7111


Integrity Care, LLC  does Home care for the elderly and the physically challenged individuals. We accept Medicaid waiver for Home care and private pay. We offer Attendant care, Home maker and Companionship  services.  Also, we offer transportation services ( Ambulatory and Non ambulatory).

Please visit for details.

Transportation fees are:

  • 0-10 miles $20.00
  • over 10 miles $2.00 increments for every mile.
  • Non-Ambulatory/wheelchair: 0-10 miles $30.00 (non-ambulatory/wheelchair)
  • over 10 miles $2.00 increments for every mile.

Takes medicaid. Without medicaid, standard round trip fares are $40 for unassisted and $60 for those with wheelchairs. Services anywhere within 10 miles of the pick-up location (within Lafayette or West Lafayette) without adding extra fees.

IWIN Foundation (Indiana Women in Need)

Address P. O. Box 30648, Indianapolis, IN 46220
Phone (317) 475-0565 (Laura Kelner)


Limited services (including gas cards and bus passes) are available to individuals that have an approved application.  Application on the website/found by phone.

Jasper County Community Service (Jasper County)

Address 967 Leopold St., Rensselaer, IN 47978
Phone 219-866-8071/888-826-0305


Provides public transportation for residents of Jasper County. Fee of $30-$42.50 applies for a round trip. Advance notice appreciated; can try to bill Medicaid.

For qualified individuals: assistance for individuals in Jasper county with lunch meals, in home services, and energy assistance.


LCP Transportation

Address 4308 Guion Rd. Suite-D, Indianapolis, IN 46254
Phone 800-508-7230/888-732-2097


Provides in/out of town transportation assistance for Indiana Medicaid MCO’s and HMO’s patients, & Managed Health Services. Please give 48 hours notice when scheduling transport. Open Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Pick-up: 800-508-7230.  Return: 888-732-2097


Mobility for Area Citizens (MAC) Van (Fountain and Warren Counties)

Address 22 W. Second Street (Warren) / Friendship Circle Center, 1307 Pearl Street (Fountain)
Phone 765-793-4871/765-762-0420


Transportation for all elderly and disabled persons for medical, social service, and legal appointments, senior center visits, and shopping/errands (grocery, pharmacy: limited to once a week). Hours: Mon-Fri, 7am-7pm. One to two weeks notice preferred; one to two days accepted, and last minute appoints are often available due to cancellations. Accepts Medicaid.

Covington: 765-793-4871
Williamsport: 765-762-0420

Necessities Transportation, LLC

Address Lafayette, IN
Phone 765-607-1288


This is a For Profit transportation service.  They offer: Medical Transportation, Grocery Shopping and other errands.  The accept Medicaid and private pay.  24-48 hour Notice Required.  Call for more information

Newton County Community Service

Address 108 East State Street, Morocco, IN 47963
Phone (219) 285 - 2246 (Mike Nelson)


Newton County ONLY!
There is a fee unless on Medicaid, according to mileage. No tip. Needs prior notice.

Paul Phillipe Resource Center (Clinton County)

Address 401 W Walnut St., Frankfort, IN 46041
Phone (765) 659-4060


Transportation is for Clinton County residence only. Will take to Lafayette ($25 donation) or Lebanon ($20 donation) for appointment before 1pm. Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm. 48 hours notice required. 


Prompt Ambulance

Phone 765-448-4327


Prompt Ambulance Central is headquartered in Lafayette, and is a division of Prompt Medical, the largest EMS Agency in the State of Indiana with Corporate HQ in Highland, IN. Our CEOs are Gary and Shar Miller, who have run this family business for 18 years by focusing upon patient care and service to communities.

At Prompt Central we are a 24/7/365 medical transport agency serving the hospitals, care facilities and communities in a 14 county region around Greater Lafayette. Prompt Central puts 13 ambulances on the road every day, as well as 6 wheelchair vans. We provide acute and emergency transport, Advanced Life Support, Basic Life Support, Bariatric transport, as well as wheelchair and med-car transport.

Prompt Central is also the E-911 Provider for Cass County and Logansport, as well as for Jasper County and Rensselaer. Our parent division, Prompt Medical is the E-911 and acute medical transport provider for most of Lake County, IN.

Our medical field staff includes Paramedics, Advanced and Basic EMTs, as well as our Medical Director, Dr. Edwin Eppler, our Director of Operations, Nathaniel Metz, NREMT-P, our Patient Care Coordinator Robert Beck, LPN, and our Education Coordinator Allen Borck, NREMT-P, MA Education. Franciscan St. Elizabeth is our sponsoring hospital, but we work closely with both the IU Health and Franciscan Networks, as well as with all other health care providers and care facilities in the area.

In the Greater Lafayette Community, Prompt is the only acute transport service that is available 24/7 other than Tippecanoe Emergency Ambulance Service, the county run E-911.

Prompt provides EMS services for public events such as the County Fair and the Mosey Down Main Street, as well as for faith based and not for profit organizations hosting 5k/10K events, festivals, etc. We also provide EMS Services for racing events and any event that requires medical response.

Prompt Central has its own State Certified Prompt Institute of Paramedicine, where we provide instruction and certification for aspiring EMTs and Paramedics. Many Purdue students have worked for Prompt over the years, and we welcome those who want to pursue employment and career opportunities in the field of EMS.

In addition, each summer Prompt Central, in partnership with NCI-AHEC, hosts the annual Discover EMS Camp for high school youth interested in pursuing careers in EMS.

Pulaski County Human Services (Pulaski County)

Address 115 W Pearl St., Winamac, IN 46996-1218
Phone (574) 946-6500 (Midge)


Provides transportation for residents of Pulaski County for medical and doctor appointments. Minimal cost for local trips, but medicate rates will apply for trips outside of Pulaski County.

REACH OUT Community Van (Fountain County)

Phone 765-798-6077


For transportation services in Hillsboro, Newtown, Wallace, Mellott and surrounding rural areas, this service is available to the general public, including those who are disabled or elderly. Fees include paying for fuel and meals for the driver. This is a contribution-based program.  Drivers are volunteers. Call 48 hours in advance.

Rossville Area Transit

Phone 765-586-1616


Clinton County ONLY - Transportation provided for the general public, including those people who are disabled or older. Call to schedule a trip in towns of Rossville, Pyrmont, Sedalia, Geetingsville, Owasco, Moran, Edna Mills & Rossville School District. Can be used for any reason, some prescheduled trips available. Please call at least 48 hours in advance. Not a free program: drivers are volunteers and there is a suggested donation.

Stark County Council on Aging (Stark County)

Address 311 Culver R., Knox, IN 46534
Phone (574) 772 - 7070 (Gail)


Provides medical transportation within Starke county. If elderly or handicapped, fee is $0.30/mile. $1 each way if they are on Medicaid; only certain ones can be billed. $10/hr if a wait time past one hour.

Sunshine Vans (Montgomery County)

Address 922 East South Boulevard, Crawfordsville, IN 47933
Phone 765-364-5173


Transportation available for 60 & over or under age 60 with disabilities for medical appointments, grocery shopping, picking up prescriptions, personal care trips, or trips to the Nutrition Site for lunch and socialization.

For pickup in Montgomery County and delivery within Montgomery call 765-364-5173.  If you are within Montgomery County, but need transportation outside of Montgomery County call 765-376-4385.

Call at least 24 hours in advance (at least 48 for medical and wheelchair appointments), hours are Mon-Fri, 9 am -3:30 pm. Medicade, and/or suggested donations posted in each van; ask about punch passes.

Veterans Transportation

Phone 765-364-5175 ext 2612


This service is for eligible veterans who are medically the Fountain, Montgomery and Warren Counties ONLY!  For areas outside of these counties call 317-988-2472 for information.

  • Must call to schedule appointment
  • Free transportation for Veterans only to VA Medical Facilities in Indianapolis and Danville, IL
  • 48 hour notice required
  • Mon, Wed, Fri 10 am-2pm or leave message with Name, Number, Destination, Time and Date of Appt
  • This is a contribution-based program. Your generous contribution will go towards the gas costs plus help pay for a new vehicle when it is time to replace the existing one

White County Council on Aging

Address Monticello, IN
Phone 574-583-9119 / 800-913-3582


Public transportation for White county residents and Jefferson Township in Carroll County. Please schedule appointments 24 hours in advance. Make 4 trips weekly to Lafayette for medical appointments.  Monday-Thursday, call 48 hours in advance to schedule Lafayette appointments.

YWCA Greater Lafayette Women's Cancer Program

Address 604 N. 6th Street, Lafayette, IN 47901
Phone 765-742-4375


Patient Navigation Services available for those diagnosed with Breast or Cervical Cancer once enrolled into the program. Cancer Wellness Program available as described in Nutrition and Wellness section. Funding provided for Mammograms, Pap tests and other diagnostic services/treatment related to breast and cervical cancers provided at no charge for eligible women. Referrals to volunteer wound care nurses that work with clients enrolled in our program to provide dressing changes and wound care assistance. Wound care supplies in limited quantities available to clients with breast cancer once enrolled in our program.

Program serves 23 Indiana counties. Spanish speaking staff available. “ The YWCA does not provide medical advise, consultation or direct medical care. All referrals are made for informational purposes only.”

In partnership with Purdue University Department of Health and Kinesiology; a fitness program to improve the quality of life of cancer survivors is offered at various times throughout the year. For class schedule and registration contact the YWCA.