Since 1971, Hopelink has served homeless and low-income families, individuals, children, seniors and people with disabilities. Today, Hopelink provides a full array of critical social services through more than 35 different programs. Our services include food, energy assistance, housing for homeless families, homelessness prevention, family development, adult literacy and employment services. Hopelink’s mission is to promote self-sufficiency for all members of our community. We help people make lasting change.
Our clients rely on the specialized transportation services we provide. Currently, Hopelink operates a transportation brokerage that provides trips to medical services for Medicaid patients in King and Snohomish Counties. We also operate the Dial-A-Ride Transit (DART) service in King County under a contract with King County Metro. And lastly, we run a Mobility Management department.
Vets-go is designed to serve as a single web destination for veterans, service members, and their families to access the available transportation options in King County, Washington and the adjoining counties in the central Puget Sound region. Vets-go is a service of Hopelink and was made possible by a grant from the Veterans Transportation and Community Living Initiative and local partnerships with Washington State Department of Transportation, Sound Transit, King County Metro, the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs, and other partners.
Hopelink Mobility Management
The Hopelink Mobility Management team empowers people to change their lives by facilitating access to the community. Personal mobility allows the most vulnerable members of our community to receive the medical care and other services they need. We provide travel education and resources through three training programs in King County. In order to learn more about the Mobility team's outreach work, and how we can improve knowledge about transportation for riders and social service agencies alike, vist our Mobility Management website.
King County Mobility Coalition
The Hopelink Mobility Management team helps to facilitate the coordination of special needs transportation as a member of the King County Mobility Coalition. In partnership with the Federal Transit Administration, Washington State Department of Transportation, and local funders, Hopelink’s Mobility Management team has provided staff support for the Coalition since 2009. If you want to learn about our mission, our upcoming projects, or how to join the Coalition, visit our website kcmobility.org.
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