Nonprofit Offers Free Rides In Tulsa, Becomes Certified Autism-Friendly Organization

With so many Tulsans in need of transportation, MODUS said its services prioritize inclusivity so everyone feels welcome and safe.

Friday, February 9th 2024, 6:56 am

By: News On 6


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A nonprofit that provides free ride services to Tulsans is now certified to help those with autism.

More than 80,000 people in Tulsa do not have access to reliable transportation.

MODUS said it's able to help, thanks to volunteer drivers and partner agencies who pay for the rides.

With so many Tulsans in need of transportation, MODUS said its services prioritize inclusivity so everyone feels welcome and safe.

It recently completed training from the Autism Foundation of Oklahoma to become a certified autism-friendly organization.

MODUS said at this time, it's in need of more volunteer drivers. CLICK HERE for more information on how to become a driver.

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