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GET A RIDE: call 1-877-428-2882 ext. 5 or 603-821-0569

CVTC’s Volunteer Drivers provide “no fee” transportation for people who do not have access to transportation because of age, ability, economic situation or other limiting circumstances. Our trip purposes include non-emergency medical & social service appointments, as well as trips to the grocery store, the pharmacy, and the bank and post office.

Requests need to be made by calling the Transportation Coordinator at 603-821-0569 a minimum of five (5) business days prior to the ride. Drivers select rides based on their availability. CVTC will call riders two (2) business days before the ride if there is no volunteer available.

Taking care of yourself can’t be on top of the list if your day-to-day responsibilities and needs aren’t being met. That’s where CVTC comes in. By providing transportation services, we can help meet basic life needs, making it easier and less stressful for you to focus on your health. In 2020, 71 Volunteer Drivers served 234 riders from 34 towns in the Monadnock Region (see map of towns). The drivers logged in 69,918 miles and donated 3.474 hours of their time.

get a ride from a wheelchair van provider CVTC provides rides for people whose mobility is dependent on a wheelchair. We subcontract with wheelchair-van providers to give you the rides you need to get to the doctor, a social service appointment, the pharmacy, or to go grocery shopping, CVTC can help you — or someone you know — get to such essential services. Feel free to call us at Community Volunteer Transportation Company: 1-877-428-2882 ext. 5 or 603-821-0569.

get a ride from a wheelchair van provider Our Riders report that since getting rides through CVTC, they:

  • feel less of a burden on family and friends
  • are able to remain independent
  • do not hesitate in making necessary medical or social service appointments
  • eat healthier meals
  • feel less anxious
  • are satisfied with CVTC’s services


“CVTC gave me back my life and my mobility.”

“Thanks for all the help you give us and for the wonderful volunteer drivers.”

“I feel less isolated. CVTC is a godsend.”

More Transportation Options

Monadnock Regional Council for Community Transportation provides a link with additional transportation choices by town.

Information on compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act

Community Volunteer Transportation Company (CVTC) hereby gives public notice of its policy to uphold and assure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, and all related statutes. Title VI and related statutes prohibiting discrimination in Federally assisted programs require that no person in the United States of America shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal assistance.

Any person who believes they have been aggrieved by an unlawful discriminatory practice regarding the CVTC's programs has a right to file a formal complaint with CVTC. Any such complaint must be in writing and submitted to CVTC Title VI Coordinator within one hundred eighty (180) days following the date of the alleged occurrence. For more information regarding civil rights complaints, please contact:

Title VI Coordinator
375 Jaffrey Road, Suite 3
Peterborough, NH 03458
1-877-428-2882 x 3

Resonable Modification

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (section 504), specifically to provide that transportation entities are
required to make reasonable modifications/accommodations to policies, practices, and procedures to avoid discrimination and ensure that their programs are accessible to
individuals with disabilities.

"CVTC is happy to make reasonable modification to rides to accommodate a disability. If the rider needs a modification, the process to request the modification is to simply mention it to the Transportation Coordinator when calling to register a ride. The designated employee to ensure that a reasonable modification is made is CVTC's Executive Director Ellen Avery; however a Transportation Coordinator can arrange for the modification. The process to file a compliant regarding requesting or fulfilling requests for ride modifications for disability purposes is to log the complaint with Ellen Avery. See the Title VI Document for details for filing a complaint: https://www.cvtc-nh.org/docs/Title_VI_FINAL.pdf"