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Free and Low-Cost Rides Available to Covid-19 Vaccination Appointments for Albany and Berkeley Residents

Albany, CA, 2/10/2021 Easy Does It Emergency Services (EDI) has signed a contract with the City of Albany to give free round-trip rides to seniors and people with disabilities who are residents of the City of Albany and attending Covid-19 vaccination appointments at the Golden Gate Fields Covid-19 vaccination site.

Jocelyn Robinson

Welcome to Our New Treasurer, Jocelyn Robinson!

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Feb04
Jocelyn Robinson has joined Easy Does It Emergency Services as the Treasurer of our Board of Directors. She holds nonprofit work close to her heart and grew up watching her mother, Nafisa, a licensed social worker, help homeless women and children. Assisting those in need is a family tradition that

Changes to Our Services and the Impact of Berkeley’s Measure E

Easy Does It Emergency Services (EDI) has implemented several changes that may impact our clients’ emergency transportation and attendant care.  These adjustments were made to preserve our contract with the City of Berkeley for Measure E funding (which provides almost 90% of EDI’s income). As a result:  For some hours

How to Apply for Ride Vouchers and Use Our Transportation Services

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Jan12
If you are interested in using our Demand Response Rides transportation service, you will need to complete the following steps to receive vouchers from the Berkeley Rides for Seniors & the Disabled Program provided by the City of Berkeley. Step 1 – Become certified eligible by East Bay Paratransit East Bay Paratransit’s offices

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No-Cost Emergency Rides Available for People Stranded with Wheelchair Breakdowns in Alameda County

Easy Does It Emergency Services has launched Fast Accessible Safe Transportation and Emergency Repair (F.A.S.T.E.R.), a program which provides free emergency repair and rescue rides to those stranded due to wheelchair and mobility device breakdowns in North and Central Alameda County. F.A.S.T.E.R. is funded by the Alameda Transportation Commission and
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