We provide Dial-A-Ride (DAR) service for persons of special needs (persons with disabilities, too old or young to operate a vehicle, and low income) in Stevens, Pend Oreille, Ferry counties and support for Veterans and access Veteran services in the Highly Rural areas.
Dial-A-Ride also supports the remote trips into Colville, Kettle Falls, and Chewelah for basic necessities including fresh food, legal, medical, intermodal, recreation, and other peer and social opportunities.
Volunteer transportation is available, primarily for necessary appointments such as medical and social services usually to larger communities.
Rural Resources transports passengers to and from outlying areas when it’s the closest provider of type.
We offer fixed routes in Northern Stevens County.
CHEWELAH SHUTTLE SERVICE
Mondays and Wednesdays we offer a shuttle in Chewelah, by reservation, from 9:30 am to 11 am for clients who live in the city limits and need to access Chewelah area shopping or appointments.
Reservations need to be placed with the dispatch office no later than noon on the business day before the date of the event. i.e. Friday by noon for Monday.
Who qualifies for these services?
Passengers in the Tri-County area.
Important note about qualifiying for services: The qualifications listed here are a general indication of who will qualify for these services. If you need these services but aren't sure if you fit the qualifications listed, please contact our offices. We will work with you to find the services to fit your needs.
Populations Served by Dial-A-Ride
Caregivers | Children & Youth | Disabled People | Low Income Households | People who are homeless | People who are unable to drive | People with chronic illness | Relatives Raising Relatives | Senior Citizens | Single Parents | Survivors | Unemployed & Underemployed | Victims of Abuse, Crimes, or Violence
Dial-A-Ride Client Stories
We haven't posted any stories about this program yet. Stay tuned though.