The Transportation Accessibility Program (TAP) Pilot strives to serve residents of Lakewood aged 18-59 who are certified by their physician to have a permanent disability by offering them round-trip transportation services twice a month to their routine medical care appointments.
The one-year long pilot is supported by a $60,000 grant from the Lakewood Hospital Association (LHA). Once the pilot is completed, and best practices are identified, this transportation program will be supported with an endowment of $1.7 million from LHA.
TAP is focused on reaching residents that do not currently qualify for or receive other transportation support.
Residents interested in participating in this pilot program can apply completing the application and signed certification of medical necessity.
Click here for the application.
Click here for a map of the transportation service area.
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