Transportation for Veterans

Cultivate – Boulder

• Need to be a Boulder County resident 60+
• All of our services are free, however donations are great.
• We deliver weekly groceries to Boulder and Longmont residents.
• We provide escorted rides to medical appointments, and we provide rides to veterans to ALL of the Va facilities, even up to Cheyenne.
• We provide minor home repair and we install hundred’s of grab bars for seniors.
• We will provide a spring or fall yard clean up and we will adopt a senior’s sidewalk in the winter to shovel snow.

https://cultivate.ngo/
303-443-1933
Disable American Veterans – DAV – Wyoming
219 Ames Avenue
Cheyenne, WY
82007

DAV Transportation Program
For Wyoming and Northern Colorado

The DAV Transportation program was established to provide transportation to Veterans in need of medical care from designated point of departure to the Cheyenne VA Medical Center and return.

The program’s drivers are all volunteers. Vans are not wheelchair accessible and do not run on Federal holidays or weekends. Vans only run if they have scheduled pickups.

The program has vans in Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Rawlins, WY; Sidney and Scottsbluff in Western Nebraska; Fort Collins, Greeley, Fort Morgan, in Northern Colorado. Each city has its scheduled days to the VA Medical Center.

Northeast Wyoming has the Sheridan VA Medical Center supporting Veterans in Gillette, Riverton, Casper, Powell, Afton, Lander, and Cody, WY.

Rock Springs and Evanston Veterans visit the Salt Lake City, Utah VA Medical Center.

To schedule a ride call the Hospital Service Coordinators:
Cheyenne VA Medical Center 307-778-7577
Sheridan VA Medical Center 307-675-3273
Fort Collins 970-484-1795
Greeley 970-310-1200
Fort Morgan, Brush, Sterling 970-381-9707
Sidney 308-254-3300
Scottsbluff 308-436-6643

 

307-631-5116
Outdoor Buddies
555 Highlands Road
Westcliffe, CO
81252

Outdoor Buddies support for disabled veterans includes coordination of rafting trips through Warriors on Cataract.
We also organize hunts and fishing outings for disabled veterans. Outdoor Buddies is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that was founded in 1984 by representatives from Craig Hospital and Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Originally, the organization focused on a need to find therapeutic recreational opportunities for patients who had suffered debilitating spinal cord injuries. Through the years, Outdoor Buddies has expanded its programs to assist disabled persons from all walks of life, to include disabled veterans.

Dwaine Robey

719-783-9044
Veteran Transportation Service
Cheyenne Dispatch

Veterans Transportation Service (VTS) has created a very user friendly system eliminating problems, and giving drivers quick access and easy scheduling. All of our vehicles are equipped with wheel chair lifts and have easy access.

Is an active network transportation service that works alongside transportation service providers below:
• Veterans Service Organization’s (VSOs)
• Community and commercial transportation providers
• Federal, state and local government transportation services
• Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

The Travel Coordinators:
Are courteous, efficient, timely and knowledgeable about scheduling and finding locations using state of the art GPS programs. We make it easy to
arrive at your appointments on time!

The Drivers:
Have vast amounts of training, experience, and are very respectful of your condition and physical needs. They are trained and certified in First Aid, CPR also ADE (Automated External Defibrillators].

We provide service to the Cheyenne VA Medical Center, Loveland and Fort Collins Clinics and VA approved medical appointments.

307-433-3735
Veterans Administration – Cheyenne VAMC

United States Department of Veteran Affairs
Local Resources

Cheyenne VA Health Care System

Cheyenne Main Number 307-778-7550
Ft. Collins Main Number 970-224-1550
Loveland Main Number 970-962-4900
Rawlins Main Number 307-324-5578
Sidney Main Number 308-254-6085

Mobile Clinics:
Sterling, Laramie, Wheatland, Torrington Main Number 888-483-9127 ext. 3816

Speed Dial Phone Tree Key
Pharmacy Press 1
Appointments Press 2
Nurse Triage Press 3
Enrollment Eligibility Press 4
Billing Questions Press 5, then Press 1
Care in the Community Press 5, then Press 2
Patient Advocate Press 0, then Press 1
Veteran or family member in crisis Press 7
Operator Press 0, then Press 0

VA Chaplain Services 307-778-7377
VA Voluntary Services (Volunteer or Donate) 307-778-7317
Veteran Transportation Service 307-433-3735; 307-432-3804; 970-310-1200

Vet Centers
Boulder—303-440-7306
Casper—307-261-5355
Cheyenne—307-778-7370
Fort Collins—970-221-5176

Transition Care Management (OEF / OIF / OND)—307-778-7550 ext.7068;

Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, Press 1

My HealtheVet—307-778-7550 ext. 7119 or www.myhealth.va.gov