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RideConnect , a not-for-profit program of Family Services of Westchester, is dedicated to finding the fastest and most cost-effective transportation options to meet the needs of older adults, the disabled and home health professionals in Westchester County, NY.

Are you finding it difficult to visit old friends, attend community events or see your favorite hairdresser? If so, then let RideConnect help you get back on the road to a fulfilling life!

To find transportation resources, you can conduct a search below or call one of our friendly and caring transportation counselors at (914) 242-7433. We are staffed Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm and we look forward to speaking with you!

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2014 Star Award Recipient

RideConnect is proud to announce that we were recently selected as a winner of a 2014 Honorable Mention STAR Award. This award is given to those programs that provide volunteer transportation.

STAR Awards winners are identified from STAR Search survey submissions by organizations and groups throughout the country. The surveys have produced considerable data on more than 1,300 STPs (Supplemental Transportation Programs for seniors). Each STP is included in a database with information on its history, location, organization, services, and risk management practices.

What's New?

Please look under the 'Our Services' tab to see the current schedule for the Weekly Shopper Bus!

VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED!!! Please consider giving the gift of mobility and independence to those in our community who are unable to drive. All that you need is a valid driver's license and the desire to make a difference! You can volunteer as little or as much time as you are willing to give and we look forward to hearing from you. Please fill out the short information form under the 'Volunteer' tab of our website, and our staff will contact you directly. Thank you!

RideConnect is a program of Family Services of Westchester family services of westchester county

RideConnect appreciates the support of
New York State DOT, US Dept of Health and Human Services, Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services, New York State Office for the Aging, and Westchestergov.com

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bulletWhat is the purpose of your trip?


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