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ITN North Central Connecticut provides transportation to seniors. Read how.

ITNNorthCentralConnecticut offers rides to seniors and the visually impaired within the North Windsor area, Connecticut.

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ITN volunteers help with shopping for seniors and the visually impaired

Help seniors to keep their independence, while earning ride credits for yourself or a loved one.

Volunteer with ITN

Donate to help ITN North Central Connecticut and it's affiliates grow

With your support, we can help families stay connected and friendships endure.

Ways to Give


Some characteristics of ITNNorthCentralConnecticut service:

  1. Arm-through-arm, door-through-door
    dignified transportation
  2. Affordable fares: $1.59 per mile 
    $4 pick-up fee
  3. No money exchanged in the vehicle
  4. Tips not accepted

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Volunteer at ITNNorthCentralConnecticut and receive the following benefits:

  1. Make a difference in someone’s life
  2. See the face and hear the voice of the person you are helping
  3. Meet other community-minded people
  4. Learn community history from the people who lived it

Click here for Volunteer Opportunities »

Unique rider stories

- Nancy McCormick (ITNCoastalCT)

ITNNorthCentralConnecticut is part of a national network, and a proud affiliate of ITNAmerica. Learn more.

Regeneron and ITNAmerica

ITNAmerica is proud to recognize Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. as a corporate sponsor committed to helping raise awareness of the challenges associated with vision impairment, low vision, senior mobility issues and the shortage of locally-available transportation options for seniors. As the National Pharmaceutical Eye-care Services Sponsor for ITNAmerica and our affiliate communities, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals is proud to support ITN's mission to promote safe senior mobility. Visit Regeneron at www.regeneron.com.

Regeneron Science to Medicine