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Transportation in the form of bus tickets to pre-scheduled medical appointments or job interviews. (Appointments must be verifiable.)
A monthly bus pass may be issued for new full-time (32+ hours) permanent job. (Employment must be verified by a physical copy of an employment verification letter.)
Vanpool makes it possible for groups of five to 15 persons to share a ride to work while splitting the cost of van rental and fuel.
Why use VIAWorks Vanpool?
- It eliminates driving a personal vehicle and reduces gasoline and emissions.
- It saves parking costs and traffic hassles.
- It’s tax-free for riders if done as a payroll deduction.
- Vanpool drivers may keep the van during evenings and weekends, in exchange for keeping a daily log and managing the group’s finances and scheduled maintenance.
- It offers an attractive benefits package on behalf of employers.
- There is always a guaranteed ride home in case of emergency with VIAWorks and the Alamo Commutes Emergency Ride Home program.
How does vanpooling work?
VIAWorks Vanpool vehicles may travel almost anywhere, as long as trips start or end within VIA’s bus service area.
Employees of participating workplaces may receive IRS tax benefits for Vanpool expense reimbursements. VIA also provides a subsidy discount ($20 per person, per month), insurance, 24-hour roadside assistance, and van maintenance.
Click here for more information about Vanpool.
The FRC service family members of the incarcerated and individuals formerly incarcerated with:
- Assistance with basic needs (food, clothing, transportation, ID cards, etc.
- Employment assistance through job readiness, and job referrals.
- Regular support group meetings.
- Substance recovery classes.
- Chaplaincy services.
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- Mental health counseling.
- Public utilities assistance (when funding is available).
- Parenting classes.
- Anger management classes.
- Art therapy for victims of domestic violence.
- Proof of incarceration
To promote independence, preserve dignity, and enhance the quality of life of older adults and people with disabilities by coordinating and providing transportation services.
Our older adults, people with disabilities, and those who care for them have transportation to resources and services needed to maintain independence, promote healthy aging, and live a good quality life.
- Seniors: 60 years of age or older
- People with disabilities: 50 years of age or older (We prefer that a caregiver accompany our volunteer drivers.)
Click here to see our service area.
Free with volunteer drivers
$4.00 each trip, $8.00 round trip in Mobility Van
$8.00 each way with Uber rides through RCT
We will assist you in applying for all Medicaid, Healthy Texas Women, Transportation assistance and many others to support your health. If you have been denied before we can help!
Click here to request an appointment.
Transportation in the form of bus tickets to pre-scheduled medical appointments or job interviews.
A monthly bus pass may be issued for new full time (32+ hours) permanent job.
- Appointments must be verifiable.
- Employment must be verified by a physical copy of and employment verification letter.
Awards payment-free vehicles to veterans wounded in direct combat with an enemy force and unmarried Gold Star spouses whose loved one was killed in action. In addition to the vehicle, the recipient will receive one year of family and financial mentoring.
This program is for veterans and unmarried Gold Star spouses whose loved one was killed in action.
RSS provides recovery coaching and support services to individuals with or at-risk of alcohol and drug problems by providing clients both online and face to face options to connect with a Peer Recovery Support Specialist. These services can also be provided prior, during and post outpatient or residential treatment services.
Services include individual coaching, recovery support groups, fun and health recovery activities, housing, transportation, and employment assistance.
For more information, please contact us.
Services are at no charge and covered by State funding.
Nonemergency medical transportation services are available for a Medicaid beneficiary or their child. These services include rides to doctor's office, dentist's office, hospital, drug store or any place that provides covered health care services.
Types of rides include:
- Public transportation, like the city bus.
- A taxi or van service.
- Commercial transit, like a bus or plane, to go to another city for an appointment.
Services may also include:
- Money for gas.
- Meals and lodging for children and youth 20 and younger staying overnight to get covered health care services.
- Payment for some out-of-state travel to neighboring states (Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico).
- Services do not include making arrangements for emergency or nonemergency transportation by ambulance.
To get a ride, you must be enrolled in one of the following programs and not have any other means of transportation:
Click here for more information on how to get a ride and what other information you may need.
CCHT-Texas exists to provide awareness, education and victim services through collaboration with individuals and organizations to break the chains of labor and sex trafficking.
We are based out of Sugar Land (outside of Houston), but are a Statewide Organization serving throughout Texas.
Our services are limited to those who have been involved in human trafficking (labor or sex) or at risk.
Click here to learn more.