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Transportation Services

Volunteer Transportation Program
Clark County Department of Social Services provides non-emergent medical transportation for persons 60 years of age or older, persons with disabilities and other approved persons who complete a Volunteer Transportation Assessment and are determined eligible.  Transportation is provided by area volunteers on a first come, first serve basis. 


The client is asked to fill out a Transportation Application.  If a client is found to be eligible for services, it is then determined if the client will be responsible for a co-payment based on their financial ability.  The co-payment would be a percentage of the total cost of the trip. If the client chooses not to provide financial information, they will be responsible for the full cost of the transportation, which currently is $0.55 per mile.

For more information or to obtain an application on the Volunteer Transportation Program, please contact 715-743-5233 or 1-866-743-5233.

Volunteer Drivers - Recruitment
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer driver to transport clients to non-emergent medical appointments, please contact 715-743-5233 or 1-866-743-5233.

Online Driver Application and Rider Forms

Complete your rider and driver forms electronically and submit them in the box on the left. 

  1. Download the form below

  2. Fill in the fields and save the form to your computer

  3. You may submit the form in the following ways:

    1. Print and mail into our department.​

    2. Contact our front desk to fax the form to our department.

    3. Contact our front desk to email the form to our department. 

Clark County Department
of Social Services 
517 Court St. 
Room 502 
Neillsville, WI 54456 

Monday - Friday
8 AM - 4:30 PM

Ph: (715) 743-5233
Fx: (715) 743-5242

Toll Free: (866) 743-5233

Other Transportation Services Available to Clark County Residents



Veyo-If you are on Medicaid (MA) you will need to use Veyo for transportation to medical appointments. As an MA client, these rides are free of charge.  Please call  866-907-1493, Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Central Time (CT). to schedule a ride.

Neillsville Taxi
Public transportation for residents of the City of Neillsville and those within a 5 mile radius of Neillsville. Please contact 715-743-4600 for more information or click the following links for hours and rates.
Clark County Taxi

Public transportation for all Clark County residents. Please contact 715-743-3364 or

1-800-236-8438 for more information or click on the following links for hours and rates.


Interfaith Caregivers of Clark County
The Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers program brings volunteers of many faiths together to help elderly neighbors enhance their quality of life by providing assistance with daily activities, that allow them to maintain their independence.  Interfaith provides transportation for individuals that are 60 or older.  Transportation services include trips to local appointments, shopping, banking, trips to the pharmacy, and trips to local church services.  For more information please contact 715-743-2885.

Office of Aging & Nutrition Transportation
The Clark County Aging & Nutrition Office operates eight vans.  The vans are used in the delivery of meals to the homebound.  In addition, grocery shopping is available upon request.  Arrangements must be made in advance for services.  Where needed, the van driver will deliver groceries with the meals.  Transportation is also available to the local nutrition centers.  For more information, please call 715-743-5144 or 1-866-743-5144.


New Freedom Volunteer Driver & Voucher Program

The New Freedom Volunteer Driver and Voucher Program is a volunteer driver or voucher program that is used to get clients to medical, educational, employment-related and social events. Riders who have someone to drive them may qualify for the voucher program. Riders can get vouchers to spend on a portion of their transportation costs. 

In order for riders to be eligible for the program, they must have a temporary or permanent disability or be frail elderly and have a transportation barrier. For more information, please contact Center for Independent Living Transportation Services at1-800-228-3287 for information, referrals and transportation options.


24 Hour Mental Health and AODA Crisis Line (800) 863-3560 or (715) 743-3400

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