Rural Alternatives for Transportation. Transportation is provided by volunteer drivers for people 60 and older and adults with disabilities that prevent driving. Provides services to residents that reside within Berthoud Fire Protection District. Reservations are required three days in advance. Wheelchair accessible services are available. Riders in manual chairs must have personal attendant.
Berthoud Area Community Center is open to receive calls or visitor on week-day mornings except for holidays.
Berthoud Fire District outside of Berthoud Town limits
Seniors (60+) and Adults(18+) with disabilities which prevent driving
Berthoud Rural Alternative For Transportation is funded through grants and donations
There are no fees for eligible riders; however, contributions are encouraged as RAFT operates under grant awards (e.g., LCOA) and donations.
Phone Berthoud Community Center and office may contact office to complete application over the phone.
Reside within Berthoud Fire Protection District but outside of Berthoud Town limits.
Once determined eligibe by age or medical condition, there is no waiting time beyound the three days.
Once registered, a three day notice for need for a ride is required.
Agencies supporting riders’ transporations costs are accepted.
An ADA Van is available for transporting otherwise eligible clients who are dependent on a wheelchair for mobility.
Record last updated:
On demand, door-to-door volunteer- driver transportation services for eligible riders all weekdays except holidays.
May 17 2018 1:37PM