Category: Transportation

Gladwin, Roscommon, Clare County Transit

Gladwin, Roscommon, Clare County Transit


Roscommon County 

Clare County 

Gladwin County 

Contact Information 

(P) 989-366-5309


2665 S. Townline Rd.

P.O. Box 284

Prudenville, MI 48651

(P) 989-539-1473


1473 Transportation Dr.

Harrison, MI 48625

(P) 989-426-6514


615 Weaver Court

P.O. Box 498

Gladwin, MI 48624

Purpose of the Agency 

Provides Door-to-Door Transportation Needs for the Community

Services & Fees 

Driving 6 days/week

Evening Hours During the week


Maximum Fee (One-Way) $3.00


Local Travel



Seniors (59+) One-Way



Disability & Student Fare (One-Way)



County Connection


Connection to Indian Trails 

$2.00 (One-Way)

$3.00 (Outlying Areas, one-way)

Children Under 5 are free with paying adult

Children 12 and Younger $1.00

Children 13 and Older $3.00

Handicap/Seniors (60+) $1.00

Any-Age to and from School $2.00

Curb Service


Wheel Chair Lifts


Prescription Pickup/Drop Off

Package Delivery

Reduced Fare Program 

Adult Fare: $3.00

Seniors (60+) $1.50

People with Disabilities: $1.50

Students K-College: $1.50

Children: $1.50

Preschoolers: $1.50 (Free with paying adult with same drop off/pick up

Exact Fare Only

Wheelchair/Walker accessibility

Door-to-door services

Medical Appointments and Reoccurring rides

Transfer to other Counties


Northern Lakes Community Mental Health

Northern Lakes Community Mental Health

Houghton Lake 



Services offered 

(P) 989-366-8522


2715 S. Townline Rd.

Houghton Lake, MI 48629 

(P) 231-775-3463


527 Cobb St.

Cadillac, MI


(P) 989-348-8522


204 Meadows Dr.

Grayling, MI


  • Autism Spectrum Disorder Services
  • Skill building
  • Speech & Language therapy
  • Coordination or targeted case management
  • Transportation
  • Treatment Planning
  • Substance Abuse Services
  • Residential Treatment
  • Inpatient Services
  • Community Living Supports
  • Crisis Interventions & Residential services



To improve overall health, wellness, and quality of life for our individuals, families, and communities

Must have a severe mental illness (Adult) or persons with intellectual and development issues. (Psychiatric Care) 

Must have a severe mental illness (Adult) or persons with intellectual and development issues. (Psychiatric Care)

Children with serious emotional disturbances

  • Crisis Interventions & Stabilization
  • Intermediate care facility for individuals with intellectual disabilities


  • Family Skills Training
  • Health Services
  • Fiscal intermediary Services
  • Medicine Administration & Review
  • Counseling
  • Nursing home assessment & monitoring
  • Occupational Therapy


Early On

Early On

Contact Information 


Services offered 


Toll Free: 1-800-Early On

Fax: (517)668-0446



240 S. Bridge St, Suite 250

DeWitt, MI 48820

  • Individualized services with early intervention supports
  • Specialized Instruction
  • Speech & Language Assistance
  • Transportation
  • Vison Services
  • Transition
  • Assistive Technology
  • Audiology
  • Home Visits
  • Health Services
  • Occupational & Physical Therapy
  • Transition to Early Education


Eligibility Requirements 

Addresses a child’s developmental delay and/or disability.

Conditions must be diagnosed by a doctor or mental health care provider. There must be a talking, moving, and/or responding delay.