The purpose of the Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Volunteer Driver Pilot Program is to offer non-emergency medical transportation mileage reimbursement services to the transportation disadvantaged community: those persons, who because of physical or mental disability, income status, age, or who for other reasons are unable to transport themselves, or to purchase transportation, and are therefore dependent upon others to obtain access to healthcare.A Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) applicant would be approved if he/she meets the following eligibility requirements. Eligibility Requirements· Must be Inyo or Mono County Resident· Must be receiving medical care from a medical facility· Cannot make the trip because of financial challenge or· The applicant is not able to drive him/herself The rate of reimbursement being proposed will be equal to or less than the IRS Standard Rate in effect, paid up to the maximum mileage allowed for each month for each individual. The 2014 IRS reimbursement rate for medical is currently 23.5 cents per mile. To be eligible for reimbursement, each one-way trip must begin or end in Inyo or Mono County. Please contact Jill Batchelder at 760-872-1901 Ext 11 for more information.