ODSP can help you pay for your travel costs to go to medical appointments.
You need to tell your caseworker that you would like help paying for your travel costs before your medical appointment. Your caseworker will let you know if they can be covered.
ODSP can help pay for your:
You need to find the most economical way to get to your appointment that your doctor, or other health care professional, recommends you use.
ODSP can help you and your family pay for trips to:
We may be able to pay for your travel costs to go to other types of medical appointments. Talk to your ODSP caseworker to learn more.
To be eligible, you need to:
Here’s what you need to do:
We will review your form and send you a letter to let you know if ODSP will help pay for your medical travel costs.
You should not pay a fee to have the form filled out. The Ministry of Community and Social Services pays for the cost of filling out the form.
The application form tells the health care professional how to get paid for filling out the form.
If you have a medical emergency and have to pay to get there yourself, ODSP may be able to give you some, or all of your money back.
Keep your receipts and show them to your caseworker. Your caseworker will let you know if ODSP will be able to help.
You can ask for an internal review. Someone at ODSP will review a specific decision that affects your ODSP. The review will make sure the decision followed ODSP rules.
You must ask your ODSP office for an internal review within 30 days of when you received the decision.
For more information, please contact your caseworker at your local ODSP office.
To find contact information for your local office and learn more about ODSP visit: ontario.ca/socialassistance.
For general questions, please call ServiceOntario at: