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PO Box 7101
Reno, Nevada

Our Partners

   CitiCare has a long-time partnership with the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC). CitiCare purchases paratransit rides from the RTC, which creates increased paratransit availability for people with disabilities. We depend on RTC ACCESS’ well-trained and qualified staff to operate the paratransit system. This partnership makes the process seamless for the riders and guarantees that there is no duplication of services or “re-inventing the wheel.”

   Recently, with the award of two new grants from the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and United Way, CitiCare has begun new partnerships with community organizations that provide important services to Nevadans in need. Through CitiCare and the grantors, these organizations can now provide free transportation for people with disabilities in need:

   The Fund for a Healthy Nevada (DHHS) grant provides free RTC RIDE and RTC ACCESS tickets to people with disabilities in need who are accessing food resources through the Children’s Cabinet, Northern Nevada HOPES, Step2, and the Washoe County School District Family Resource Center.

   The United Way grant provides free RTC RIDE and RTC ACCESS tickets to people with disabilities in need who are accessing the services of CARE Chest of Northern Nevada, Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada, People First of Nevada, and the Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities at UNR.

RTC Logo RTC Washoe

RTC ACCESS is the paratransit service that provides door-to-door, prescheduled transportation for people who meet the eligibility criteria of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). RTC ACCESS passengers have disabilities which prevent them from riding RTC RIDE independently some or all of the time.
United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra

United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra works with community partners to develop long-term solutions in the areas of education, financial stability and health, as well as supporting safety net services. These are the building blocks for a good life -- a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement and good health for a more productive life.
Fund For A Healthy Nevada

The Fund for a Healthy Nevada (FHN) was created in accordance with Chapter 439, Sections 620–630, of the Nevada Revised Statutes to utilize 50% of tobacco settlement monies received or recovered by the state of Nevada.

CARE Chest

C*A*R*E Chest is a Northern Nevada nonprofit agency serving individuals in need by providing medical resources, free of charge.
Catholic Charities of NN Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada

Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada is dedicated to easing the pain of poverty and changing lives for good.
The Children's Cabinet The Children's Cabinet

The Children's Cabinet exists to keep children safe and families together by offering services and resources that address unmet needs through a unique and effective cooperative effort between the private sector and public agencies in Northern Nevada.
Step 2 Reno Step2

STEP2 is a comprehensive substance abuse treatment program that provides women and their children suffering from chemical addiction, poverty and domestic violence the opportunity to rebuild their lives. The result is self-sufficient healthy families.
NN Hopes Northern Nevada Hopes

Northern Nevada HOPES is dedicated to building a healthier community by providing coordinated care and support for individual and family wellness.

People First of Nevada People First of Nevada

People First of Nevada is a self-advocacy group run by and for individuals with developmental differences throughout Nevada. With six chapters and a statewide board, this organization of people with developmental differences has been leading the way in advocacy efforts in Nevada.
NCED Logo UNR's Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities' Customized Employment Project

The NCED serves as Nevada’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD). The Customized Employment project is designed to help Nevadans with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to secure employment. The process is flexible and designed to personalize the employment relationship between a job candidate and an employer in a way that meets the needs of both. It is based on an individualized match between the strengths, conditions, and interests of a job candidate and the identified business needs of an employer.

The Family Resource Center is a one-stop shop for basic family and individual needs. Washoe County School District has five Family Resource Centers (FRCs) that provide essential services, such as food, housing resources and access to medical, dental and mental health care. Through this assistance, students can come to school prepared to learn.