Sterling Therapy is very excited about initiatives already in place in Buncombe County, including The Success Equation. From time to time, we will help get the word out about resources and events that help further the mission of The Success Equation.
Did you know?....
- A majority of Asheville's bus riders are non-elective - meaning the bus is their primary source of transportation
- Asheville's busses don't run on Sundays
- Mountain Mobility serves riders in both the City of Asheville and the County based on eligibility factors like age, physical ability, and Medicaid coverage
What does that mean for the many families that rely on public transportation to visit the grocery store, take a child to a doctor, or get to work or school?
Join the Children First/CIS Child Watch Tour: Transportation Matters for Kids on Tuesday, May 13th, from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM* to learn more about transportation in our community.
Child Watch Tour participants will better understand the transportation challenges faced by many low-wage working parents as they try to meet their families' basic needs. Individual stories and the policy decisions that define the public transportation systems in Buncombe County will be explored at this time.
*There will be a "lunch-only" option for those unable to join us for the half day.
Click Here to Register Today! Full Tour is $15, Lunch-only is $10. Financial scholarships are available.