The Mid North Community Passenger Network (MNCPN) is a not for profit regional based community service, which aims to make a difference for those who are unable to organise their own transport to specialist and medical appointments and social outings within the Mid North region and Adelaide.
The MNCPN helps arrange transport for an array of people from the young to the elderly, transport disadvantaged, and people with disability to their nominated appointments when there is no other alternative.
The MNCPN is funded by the Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council, The Regional Council of Goyder, Wakefield Regional Council, Adelaide Plains Council, the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP), Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI), and Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI).
The MNCPN is part of a network of community transport services across the state.
With your help we can make a difference to others in the community.
Volunteer drivers provide transport assistance using cars provided by the Network that are based at local hospitals and councils throughout the Mid North.
Destinations for client trips may include the following:
• Medical and specialist appointments.
• Daily living activities.
• Shopping to local centres.
Drivers are usually only required to drive within business hours. Volunteer drivers are always consulted before a trip and always have the option of saying no as we understand that our Volunteers have personal commitments and requirements.
The Mid North Community Passenger Network has 7 cars based at hospitals & councils over the Mid North region.
• Clare Council
• Burra Council
• Eudunda Hospital
• Riverton Hospital
• Balaklava Hospital
• Hamley Bridge Hospital
• Mallala Township
These cars are used on a daily basis which includes trips not only within the Mid North region but to and from Adelaide.
"Your help will ensure a better service for people living in the Mid North region".