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State: District of Columbia

Zip: 20006

VA medical centers across the country run a program that provides transportation to Veterans who are unable to get to their appointments. It’s called the Volunteer Transportation Network, and it’s supported by the national Veteran service organization Disabled American Veterans (DAV).

The Center for Development & Civic Engagement (CDCE) offices and volunteer coordinators schedule transportation for these Veterans.

Veterans contact the coordinator through the local CDCE office and schedule a ride to their respective medical facilities. Upon the day of their appointment, a Volunteer Transportation Network driver will pick them up and drive them to and from their appointment.

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