Fairfax County and community organizations have options for eligible groups for those who don’t have transportation to a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. The county’s Department of Neighborhood and Community Services has a subsidized taxi voucher program for seniors, people with disabilities, and low-income residents. Eligible residents can apply online.
According to patch.com, “Below are the community organizations providing transportation and the eligibility requirements.
- Herndon Village Network: Residents 55 and older in Herndon are eligible and must be a member. The annual membership fee is $20. Call 703-375-9439.
- Shepherd’s Center of Annandale-Springfield: Residents 50 and older in Annandale and Springfield can call 703-941-1419.
- Shepherd’s Center of Great Falls: Residents 55 and older in Great Falls can call 703-586-9696.
- Shepherd’s Center of Fairfax-Burke: Residents 50 and older in the Fairfax and Burke areas can call 703-323-4788.
- Shepherd’s Center of McLean-Arlington-Falls Church: Residents 50 and older in McLean, Arlington, and Falls Church can call 703-506-2199.
- Shepherd’s Center of Oakton-Vienna-Reston-Herndon: Residents 55 and older in Oakton, Vienna, Reston, and Herndon can call 703-281-0538.
- Shepherd’s Center of Western Fairfax: Residents 50 and older in the Western Fairfax area can call 703-246-5920.
- Shepherd’s Center of South County: Residents 50 and older in the South County area can call 703-799-0505.
- MetroAccess: MetroAccess provides shared-ride, door-to-door, paratransit service for people whose disability prevents them from using bus or rail. Trips can be within three-quarters of a mile of areas served by Metrobus and Metrorail. Residents can check MetroAccess eligibility requirements for more information.”