This program provides free rides for Veterans to medical appointments. The VetsVan program provides rides for Stanislaus County disabled Veterans who have had a loss of independence and are not capable of taking other forms of transportation. Volunteers drive vans that are provided by the program and will travel to Veteran Administrations (VA) in Stockton, Livermore, Palo Alto, and other VA approved facilities in Northern California. Some rides are provided in our local area if other sources of local transportation are unavailable. VetsVan is prepared to accommodate mobility devices and we do our best to meet the needs of our disabled Veterans.
Am I Eligible?
To be eligible for this program, you must:
- Be a disabled Veteran (see details above)
- Be unable to use the VA shuttle or other forms of transportation
- Reside in Stanislaus County
Apply for VetsVan!
No. The Veteran must be homebound or disabled with a loss of independence to take other forms of transportation. They must call MOVE and complete an eligibility intake form over the phone to be registered with the VetsVan program.
Yes. We do our best to refer clients to the different transportation programs available in Stanislaus County.
There is no charge for the rides.
Rides are provided Monday through Friday when volunteers are available.
Volunteer for VetsVan
Have some free time, love to drive, and want to help Homebound or Disabled Veterans?