|Record #: HDC4832||Last Modified: 09 Jul 2020||Last Full Update: 09 Jul 2020|
|Toll Free Phone||1-855-727-2012 (for the Néguac region).|
|Social Media|| Facebook: www.facebook.com/deplacementpeninsule
|Primary Contact||Mélissa Basque, Coordinator, Déplacement Péninsule; Phone: 506-727-2012 * 506-727-2317; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Alternate Contact||Marie-Eve Chiasson, Receptionist and Dispatching, Déplacement Péninsule; Phone: 506-727-2012; Email: email@example.com|
|Description & Services|
|Description of service(s)||The transportation service is offered by volunteers’ driver, authorized by Déplacement Péninsule and they use their own vehicle.
Drivers / trainers, volunteers will conduct the transport from the person's home to the destination and provide the support required.
Transportation will be made for punctual trips and will be conducted strictly within the Acadian Peninsula, except for medical appointments (based on availability of volunteers).
However, a ride can be scheduled during the business hours and take place outside of business hours.
Our driving service is offered exclusively to residents of the Acadian Peninsula. Members may plan a trip with a destination within or outside of the Acadian Peninsula. When you sign up, you can plan a trip using your online profile. You may also contact us by telephone once you have a route planned.
|Hours||The service is available during regular working hours and the availability of volunteers. In addition, all rides will be reserved preferably at least 7 days in advance. Office hours for booking trips : 9h30-15h30, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED
|Dates Program is Offered||Monday-Friday excluding holidays.|
|Areas Served||Acadian Peninsula|
Although the transportation service is accessible and affordable for all, home transport service may particularly interest these customers.
People aged 65 and over
Those with low-income
Anyone suffering from a loss of autonomy, including disability
People who do not drive
People with illness requiring accompaniment
Families with sick children
Students without transportation
Anyone who does not have access to affordable transportation service for a reasonable reason
The use of the home transportation service must be made according to predefined priorities such as health care (medical appointments and pharmacy), food services (grocery store) and access to government and community programs. The primary purpose of the service is to help individuals needing transportation.
|Application||Become a member
Customers of carpooling service and/or home transportation service will have to be a member to use the services at a cost of $ 10 / year.
By presenting themselves at the main office. You can complete the form and send it to Déplacement Péninsule.
|Languages||English ; French|
|Fees||Membership - L'adhésion- $10/an. ; Program|
|Located In Community||Caraquet|
|Address & Map||
22 St-Pierre Blvd E, Office B106
Canada E1W 1B6
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|Accessibility||Not Accessible - Because we rely on the use of volunteers and their vehicles we cannot guarantee having access to accessible vehicles. ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***|
|Service Level||(50) Non Profit|
|Service Categories||Carpooling Programs|