Creating transportation solutions that change lives
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Special Transit Service (STS), a subsidiary of Easter Seals NH, has been a provider of quality transportation since 1980 and is committed to creating transportation solutions that open doors to independence for NH residents. STS has developed partnerships with human service and municipal agencies that benefit our community and constantly strives to coordinate and consolidate specialized transportation in the Greater Manchester area.
Easter Seals NH STS provides transportation with an operational fleet of more than 80 specially-equipped vehicles and serves over 3,000 individuals annually with 300,000 trips covering over 2 million miles. STS is certified and licensed by the NH Department of Safety, Health and Human Services, EMS, American Red Cross, National Safety Council, and the New Hampshire Department of Transportation.
As part of its mission, STS provides transportation for numerous programs. STS provides door-to-door transportation with passenger assistance available for the frail and isolated elderly, as well as individuals with special needs and disabilities, allowing them to gain greater independence and stay involved in their communities.
STS vehicles are available for charter by groups, individuals and other agencies and offer considerable savings in money and time. In addition to transporting over 750 special education students on a daily basis for the City of Manchester, STS customers have included:
Claire always had a bright and vibrant personality. After experiencing some big life changes, such as leaving her job after being diagnosed with fibromyalgia, her shining light began to dim. Due to the pain she suffered, she was unable to drive and was constantly asking her friends for rides to the grocery store and to doctor appointments. Claire began receiving rides from STS a year ago and utilizes the program at least twice a week. STS has allowed Claire to be social again and has given her a greater sense of independence. To read more about Claire's story, click here.