ComFor Care Home Care
165 E 1400 N #150
Logan, UT 84321

(844) 877-0746

LogistiCare Services 

If you do not live in an area served by bus, para-transit services or you need door-to-door service, you may be eligible for LogistiCare services.  You may be transported by LogistiCare for up to four weeks while LogistiCare determines your eligibility for door-to-door services. Call 1-855-563-4403 and be prepared to tell LogistiCare the doctor’s name and fax number you would like to complete the required Mobility Evaluation. Please check beforehand that your doctor is willing to complete the form for you.

You must contact LogistiCare to schedule your ride at least 3 business days before your medical appointment.  See the table below to help you know when you need to schedule your ride.

Day of Medical Appointment - Call no later than the previous:








Bear River Valley Senior Citizen’s Center
510 West 1000 North
Tremonton UT 84337
(435) 257-9455

Senior Transit
24 North 300 West
Brigham City UT 84302
(435) 226-1456

For disabled and senior adults outside of the UTA Lift route or those needing personal assistance.

UTA Paratransit Services
2393 Wall Avenue
Ogden UT 84403
1(877) 882-7272

Lift-type bus available after approved application. Need 24 hr. previous reservation. No weekends or holidays. Call or look on website for an application.


Cache County Senior Citizen’s Center
240 North 100 East
Logan UT 84321
(435) 755-1720

Salt Lake Express
1(800) 356-9796

Cache Valley Transit District
150 East 500 North
Logan UT 84321

LTD Call-A-Ride
255 North Main
Logan UT 84321
(435) 753-2255

You must fill out an application and have a physical disability to qualify for Call-A-Ride

Veteran’s Hospital Transportation
Cache Senior Center,

240 North 100 East
Logan UT 84321
(435) 753-2525


Rich County Senior Citizen’s Center
20 North Main Street PO Box 125
(435) 793-2122
Randolph UT 84064

Transportation to Evanston, Randolph or Montpelier. Call for availability.



170 N Main St Logan UT

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