Chandler: For those who can’t get to a vaccine, there is solution

Posted 7/8/21

Northwest Valley Connect volunteers have a concern for those not vaccinated, who remain vulnerable to the possibility of contracting the virus. If one should be you, our volunteers have a solution: they have made themselves available for your assistance.

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Chandler: For those who can’t get to a vaccine, there is solution

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Northwest Valley Connect volunteers have a concern for those not vaccinated, who remain vulnerable to the possibility of contracting the virus. If one should be you, our volunteers have a solution: they have made themselves available for your assistance.

Just one phone call to NVC and a call center representative or dispatcher will schedule your vaccine site visitation, a home pick-up and delivery.

We are an essential transport service for seniors 65 years and older, individuals with disabilities and veterans residing independently in the West Valley who are without access to personal rides, or lack public transportation because services are nonexistent or fragmented. Please keep in mind — a free ride service is just one click away.

We look forward to being your solution to better health.

Editor's note: Kathryn Chandler is the Executive Director of Northwest Valley Connect. For those in need of transportation, call 623-282-9300

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