Transportation Assistance

Transportation Assistance
United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley and our partners understand the importance of access to reliable transportation.  We also understand that this can be a significant barrier for some adults and youth.  Our goal is to help those who need it gain access to transportation for medical appointments, employment searches, educational purposes, Dept. of Human Services appointments, WIC and other basic needs services, counseling, parent education classes, school conferences, and other critical social service appointments.
 

Salem Keizer Bus Program - Made possible through our partnership with Cherriots

This program offers one-day Cherriots bus passes to local non-profit organizations in the Salem-Keizer area.  Find out more.
 

Yamhill County Transporation Assistance Program - Made possible through our partnership with the Yamhill Community Care Organization

This program provides bus passes and gas vouchers to non-profit organizations in Yamhill County.  Find out more.

 

The goal of United Way's Transportation Assistance Program is to build capacity of local non-profit organizations to better serve their clients, and ensure that in our community:

  • Adult and youth are healthy, and making healthy choices,
  • Adults and youth feel safe and supported in their community,
  • Adults and youth are better able to obtain good jobs and have more opportunities to succeed,
  • Adults and youth are responsible for their wellbeing.

United Way does not distribute bus passes to individuals.  If you are an individual seeking assistance please visit 211.info.