Helping veterans, free of charge.

Providing transportation for veterans to doctors' appointments all across South Eastern New Mexico and West Texas.

What is Southeast New Mexico Veterans' Transportation Network?

The Southeast New Mexico Veterans' Transportation Network provides transportation for our local veterans (and spouse or caretaker) to and from their doctors' appointments/ medical procedures, free of cost to the veteran.

The Southeast New Mexico Veterans' Transportation Network was started in February 2013. Each year, we transport an average of 1,400 veterans and travel over 187,000 miles. All of the drivers are 100% volunteer. Most of them are veterans themselves or relatives of veterans. The network uses thirteen vans. Ten are in Roswell, one in Lovington, one in Carlsbad, and one in Artesia. The network recieves no goverment assistance. It is sustained by volunteers, contributions, donations, and foundation grants for new vehicles.

Southeast New Mexico Veterans' Transportation Network is the only organization of our kind operating at absolutely no cost to the veterans' in South East New Mexico and West Texas.



Veterans of all branches, ages, and conditions are helped.



All drivers are 100% volunteer, receiving no pay for thier time.



Whatever the situation, we always try to help our veterans.



Locally founded, funded, and operated.

Please take a few moments of your time to watch this video.


The network is always in need of more drivers, even if it is a short drive to Artesia once every few weeks, every driver is important. Here are a few perks of being a driver to SENM Veteran"s Transportation Network.


You get to meet our local veterans, hear their stories, and help them get their much needed medical treatment.


Travel South Eastern New Mexico and West Texas in a safe, reliable vehicle that has built in Sirius XM Raido and GPS.

Pay It Foward

Repay a deed done for you to the members of the local veteran community, one day they will pass on the deed.

Catch Up

Catch up on your reading or other hobby that you can just never find time for when you are at your home.

Yearly Luncheon

Every December, you are invited to the Drivers Appreciation Luncheon, featuring gifts and lunch for you and a guest.


You recieve a per diem to buy yourself a meal while waiting for the veteran's appointment to be completed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Vans go to Albuquerque only on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. To Artesia and all other destinations, Monday through Thursday.

As much notice as possible is appreciated, but at least 3 working days are needed to make arrangements. For Artesia, we recomend and appreciate schedueling appointments after 8 AM. For Hobbs, Clovis, and Carlsbad, after 9 AM. For Albuquerque and Lubbock, TX, after 10 AM. The latest appointment time that we can accomidate is 1:30 PM.

You can be picked up at your house or you can drive to the network and get on the van there. The network has a wheelchair accessible van and a complete handicap accessible van. Please let us know in advance if you require one of these vans.

You need to have a valid drivers license and a clean driving record. You will need to deliver a paper copy of each to the office at 2114 West Second Street in Roswell, New Mexico.

Our veterans and drivers travel in comfort.




PHONE: (575) 622-0729

OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Thursday 9AM - 2PM

ADDRESS: 2114 West Second Street, Roswell New Mexico 88203