People For People provides safe and reliable transportation that impacts the health and quality of life in our rural communities. We are here to help with your transportation needs. Whether you need our door-to-door service (if you are not using Medicaid), fixed-route services, or require assistance with a Medicaid eligible trip.
Door-to-Door Transportation (Non-Medicaid)
Door-to-door service is often called Para-Transit or Special Needs transportation. PFP’s door-to-door service is fare-free and available in Adams, Grant, Lincoln, and Yakima counties. It requires a reservation at least two business days ahead. Our service is available for older adults (60+ years), low-income households, youth, persons with disabilities, and veterans. Common destinations are meal sites, health care, employment, social services, and community resources. This transportation service is dependent on the availability of funding. Individuals using this service may be asked to adjust their schedule so that several people can share the ride due to our limited resources.
People For People’s Community Connector fixed-route services are available to the general public and are fare free. They operate on a preset route and times, throughout the following counties: Adams, Benton, Chelan Douglas, Franklin, Grant, Lincoln, Yakima.
Adams, Benton, Franklin, Lincoln, & Grant Counties
RESERVATION DOOR-TO-DOOR SERVICE
Para-Transit/Special Needs transportation service is a reservation door-to-door service that is available for eligible individuals in Adams, Grant, Lincoln, and Yakima counties. Older adults (60+ years), persons with disabilities, individuals with low-incomes, youth, and veterans may be eligible to access nutrition, health care, employment, social services, and other community resources.
TO DETERMINE YOUR ELIGIBILITY AND MAKE A RESERVATION, CALL:
Adams, Grant, and Lincoln counties: 509-765-9249 Ext. 555
Yakima County: 509-457-1111
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Need help planning your trip or you’re not sure what bus route to take in Adams, Lincoln, or Grant Counties?
Need to know about transportation options in Yakima, Benton, or Franklin Counties?
NEED HELP PLANNING A NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION RIDE?
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Yakima funding is provided by Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and Southeast Washington Aging and Long Term Care (ALTC). Moses Lake funding is provided by the WSDOT, Aging and Adult Care of Central Washington, Confluence Health, Grant Transit Authority, Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation, and the American Cancer Society. TTY # 711