ALS of Michigan introduces new transportation program to help patients and families

ALS patients in advanced stages of the disease spend as much as $9 a mile for transportation—that’s why ALS of Michigan established the Thomas Worford Jr. Transportation program to transport ALS patients and their families to non-emergency medical appointments and patient services. 

This program is in honor of Thomas Worford Jr. who died from ALS in 2019.

ALS of Michigan, Inc. is a non-profit organization providing services, education, and support to pALS, their families, and caregivers; and supports research. 

Contact ALS of Michigan at 248-354-6100 for information or visit