The new and improved Ride to Care begins June 1st.

Ride to Care drivers make a difference.

 
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Our drivers help Health Share members stay healthy.

Ride to Care supports drivers with tools, trainings, and contracts that give drivers more stable income and schedules.


Safety and reliability

Our drivers work hard to get Health Share members to their appointments safe and on time. Every Ride to Care driver meets the highest standards for experience and safety.


Your partnership with Ride to Care

The Ride to Care Provider Manual has information about your roles and duties as a transportation provider or driver for Ride to Care.


Driver Training and Resources

To make sure our rides are safe, Ride to Care drivers must get more training than the minimum standards set by the City of Portland and the State of Oregon.

The trainings our drivers must take include:

  • Passenger Assistance Training
  • Defensive Driving
  • First Aid
  • CPR
  • Bloodborne Pathogens Clean Up Procedures

We work with transportation providers to make sure that each driver receives at least 32 hours of behind-the-wheel training.

For information about permits that providers, vehicles and drivers must have, please visit the City of Portland’s Transportation Program website.

For more information on state laws that providers, drivers and vehicles must follow, please read the following: