The Victor Valley Community Services Council provides free transportation to low income senior citizens and disabled.
The Orenda Foundation provides military veterans assistance, including 12 step recovery, employment, and transportation.
The Family Resource Center works with at-risk youth by providing mental, sociological and educational services.
VVTA Transit Ambassadors are there to assist seniors and persons with disabilities. VVTA Transit Ambassadors provide travel assistance to those who are new to the fixed-route service. The program matches up participants with a personal "Ambassador" to assist riders and answer any questions they may. Call (760) 995-3559.
If you are ready to experience the independence the bus offers and discover all the places VVTA can take you, we'll send you a travel training welcome packet and walk you through the process. Schedule a personalized travel training opportunity with one of our kind travel trainers.
Call (760) 995-3571.
TRIP is a self-directed, mileage reimbursement transportation service that complements public transportation. Volunteers such as friends and neighbors transport transit-dependent elderly, people with disabilities, and others to access medical and other services where no transit service exists.
VVTA offers flexible, safe and reliable fixed route transit service that provides personalized assistance with trip planning, which saves time and money. To learn more about these services, call VVTA Customer Service, or schedule an appointment with a certified VVTA Travel Trainer, who will personally introduce new riders to the joy of riding public transit. Call (760) 948-4021 now.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ensures that persons with disabilities receive "the same mass transportation service opportunities everyone else receives." For those who have received ADA certification, VVTA Direct Access provides paratransit services as a last resort to its more affordable bus services.