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From The Ashes:
A Brain Injury Survivor's Guide
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Northeast Region

Spokane Transit
1230 West Boone Ave., Spokane, WA 99201
Phone: (509) 532-9414 (509) 328-1552, TDD (509) 327-6055
Web site: http://www.spokanetransit.com
Description: Paratransit Service for riders with mobility limitations that prevent them from using Spokane Transit¹s regular fixed route bus service.
Areas Served: Cheney, Medical Lake, Airway Heights, Liberty Lake, and the town of Millwood, Fairchild Air Force Base, the City of Spokane and the City of Spokane Valley. The Spokane International Airport also is served.
Eligibility: Special-needs populations
How to apply: Call for services

Chewelah
956 South Main Street, Colville, WA  99114 
Phone: 509) 684-2961 or 800-776-9026; Fax: (509) 684-4740
Web site: http://www.ruralresources.org/
Description: Provides mobility impaired persons with transportation to necessary shopping and medical appointments.  Service animals are welcome.
Areas Served: Ferry, Pend Oreille and Stevens Counties
Eligibility: Special-needs populations
How to apply: Call for services

Pullman

Council on Aging and Human Services (Coast Transportation)
Phone: 1-800-873-9996 After hours collect for clients 1-509-595-0892
Description: Special-needs transportation services for pre-qualified riders. Transportation Brokerage.
Areas Served: Asotin; Clarkston, Colfax, Dayton; Pomeroy; Waitsburg; Walla Walla; 
Eligibility: Medicad and self-pay. Special-needs populations
How to apply: Call for services

North Central Region

Trancare 
Phone: 1-800-352-8726; After hours: 509-784-1482
Description:  M F, 8:30 4:30. Special-needs transportation services for pre-qualified riders.
Areas Served: Brewster; Bridgeport; Cashmere; Chelan; Coulee Dam; East Wenatchee; Entiat; Leavenworth; Okanogan; Omak; Oroville; Pateros; Tonasketl;  Waterville; Wenatchee; and Winthrop
Eligibility: Special-needs populations
How to apply: Call for services

Link Transit
Phone: 509-662-1155
Email: adainformation@linktransit.com
Web site: http://www.linktransit.com/
Description: Paratransit Service for riders with mobility limitations 
Areas Served: Wenatchee; and East Wenatchee
Eligibility: Special-needs populations
How to apply: Call for services

Tri-Cities

Ben Franklin Transit
1000 Columbia Park Trail, Richland, WA 99352-4798
Phone: 509-735-0160
Web site:  http://www.bft.org/
Description: Dial-A-Ride - specialized door-to-door transportation for pre-qualified riders whose mobility limitations prevents them from using the regular routed bus service.
Areas Served: Kennewick, Pasco, Prosser, Richland, West Richland, 
Eligibility: Disabled rider application required.
How to apply: Call for services

Yakima Valley

Yakima Transit
2301 Fruitvale Blvd., Yakima, WA 98902
Phone: (509) 575-6000; FAX: (509)576-6614
Web site: http://www.ci.yakima.wa.us/services/transit/
Description: Provides door-to-door transportation to pre-qualified riders whose mobility limitations prevents them from using the regular routed Yakima Transit bus system.
Areas Served:  Yakima Valley
Eligibility: Disabled rider application required
How to apply: Call for services

Yakama Valley - Wapato

Yakama Nation Area Agency on Aging
Phone: 509-865-5121 ext. 4482
Description: Accessible/special needs transportation
Areas Served: Wapato; Toppenish 
Eligibility: Special-needs transportation services for pre-qualified riders.
How to apply: Call for services

South-Central

People For People
Electric City: 509-765-9249
Ellensburg: (509) 925-5311; FAX: (509) 925-1004
Ephrata: 509-765-9249
George: 509-765-9249
Grand Coulee: 509-765-9249: 
Moses Lake: (509) 765-9249; FAX: (509) 766-6034
Quincy: 509-765-9249
Soap Lake: 506-765-9249
Sunnyside: (509) 836-5405; FAX: (509) 837-3487
Tonasket:  1-800-352-8726
Toppenish: (509) 865-5221; FAX: (509) 865-2485
Yakima: (509) 248-6726; (509) 457-7897; FAX: (509) 249-4287
Warden: 509-765-9249
Waterville: 1-800-352-8726
Web site: http://www.pfp.org/
Description: A non-profit organization providing a variety of transportation services for the general public and special needs population
Areas Served: Central and South-Central WA: Ellensburg; Grandview; Granger; Moses Lake; Selah; Sunnyside; Toppenish: Union Gap: Yakima; Zillah
Eligibility: Special needs populations non-emergency medical services, paratransit, volunteer drivers, cabulance and taxi services
How to apply: Call for services

Walla Walla Southeast

Council on Aging and Human Services (Coast Transportation)
Phone: 1-800-873-9996 After hours collect for clients 1-509-595-0892
Description: Special-needs transportation services for pre-qualified riders. Transportation Brokerage.
Areas Served: Asotin; Clarkston; Dayton; Pomeroy; Waitsburg; Walla Walla; 
Eligibility: Medicad and self-pay. Special-needs populations
How to apply: Call for services

Valley Transit
Phone: 509-527-3779; TDD: 1-800-833-6388
Web site: http://www.valleytransit.com
Description: Dial-A-Ride is a special service for riders with mobility limitations that prevent them from using Valley Transit¹s regular fixed route bus service. 
Areas Served: Walla Walla 
Eligibility: Special-needs populations
How to apply: Call for services

Clark, Skamania and Klickitat Counties

C-TRAN
2425 NE 65th Avenue - Vancouver, WA 98661
Phone: (360) 695-8918 TTY (360) 695-2760 
Web site: http://www.c-tran.com/
Description: Offers special transportation services such as Paratransit, and Dial-a-Ride and Reduced fare transit. Also offers Free Travel Training Program; attendant may ride free.
Areas Served: Battle Ground, Camas 
Eligibility: Special transit serves for ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) eligible riders.
How to apply: Call for services

Human Services Council Transit Brokerage
Phone:  1-800-752-9422
Description: Special-needs transportation services for pre-qualified riders. 
Areas Served: Bingen. Castle Rock, Cathlamet, Kalama and Stevenson
Eligibility: Medicad and self-pay. Special-needs populations
How to apply: Call for services 


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