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Transportation

Traveler’s Aid Society

313-962-6740

To provide emergency and crisis assistance to people moving into, out of, or within metro Detroit. Emergency transportation in the form of bus tickets, cab rides, and non-local Greyhound fares.

 

Here to Help Foundation

P.O. Box 480
Royal Oak, MI 48068

Email: heretohelpfoundation@icloud.com

Provides one-time grants for individuals with specific needs with no available assistance through existing agencies and can help with obtaining a vehicle for transportation.

 

Coalition on Temporary Shelter (COTS)

313-831-777

Email: engage@cotsdetroit.com

Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing services, childcare services, and permanent housing support.

 

D.D.O.T Detroit Bus Scheduling

313-933-1300

Detroit public transportation bus schedules.

 

Checker Cab

313-963-7000

Checker Cab
2128 Trumbull
Detroit MI, 48216

Largest taxi cab company in Michigan and serves all 147 miles of Detroit.

 

SMART Transportation

866-962-5515

202 Sherman Dr.
Royal Oak, Michigan 48067

Public transportation bus system with various routes throughout the city.

 

Charity Motors

800-908-2277

Sells and auctions donated vehicles to the public. Pre-qualified low-income individuals are eligible for a 50% discount on vehicles sold at auction.

 

Angel Wheels

Provides ground travel assistance to medical appointments over 50 miles away and less than 300 miles one way in the form of gas cards, bus and train tickets. A minimum of 10 days and verification of appointment and financial need is required. Angel Wheels does not provide the rides. Visit the website for more information and to submit an application.

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