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Transportation Program

The Transportation program serves adults ages 18 and older, who have a serious mental illness or substance use disorder, and who need transportation assistance to and from necessary County behavioral health or primary care appointments or select supportive services (particularly housing-related). Individuals are referred by their BHS treatment provider, following an assessment of their transportation needs and history of scheduled appointments missed due to transportation issues. Based on the community planning process for the Three-Year Plan, this program was to be expanded to support participants with additional transportation needs. However, due to the lingering impact of COVID-19, exploration of expanding services to youth and families with children, including those who must be transported in child safety seats, and to support services that help address social determinants of health, may be postponed.