A program of the Hancock Hardin Wyandot Putnam Community Action Commission and funded through ODOT
About The HHWP Community Action Commission
The HHWP Community Action Commission is a private, nonprofit corporation created in 1965 to combat poverty in our service area. Our primary service area is bounded by Hancock, Hardin, Wyandot, and Putnam counties; however, some of our activities do occur outside of these counties.
We have satellite offices, clinics, and classrooms around the four-county area, so please check our program area for more specific information. Programs and services are constantly changing as funding resources change and new ideas and projects are developed.
Currently, we have 160 employees, and our annual funding fluctuates between 7 million and 10 million dollars a year - depending on changing programs and projects. We have an agency-wide audit each year by independent certified auditors - along with specific funding source audits periodically. For our most recent audit, click here. Our central office is handicap accessible - as are our satellite sites. We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and service provider. All of our services and programs are available without regard to race, sex, age, national origin, handicapping conditions and religious or political affiliations.
Any HHWP CAC customers who feel they have been treated unfairly by HHWP CAC for any reason may be able to submit a complaint. Please click here to access our client complaint procedure for more details.
What is mobility management?
Mobility management is a customer-centered approach to designing and delivering mobility services. It involves transportation providers, planners and community stakeholders who collaborate, plan, implement and maintain transportation services.
It includes local and regional solutions that are customized to fit community needs and visions. It also involves innovation in transportation services, coordination and connectivity.
Mobility management strives for easy information and referral to assist individuals in learning about and accessing community and regional transportation services.
Coordination is the efficient and effective use of transportation resources for getting people to important destinations such as jobs and medical appointments.
Coordination means working with transit providers, human service agencies, private institutions, businesses, volunteers and political leaders to come up with creative solutions for community needs.
I'm Jamie Baker the mobility manager for Hancock and Wyandot counties. Have a question about transportation? Contact me at 419-423-3755 or by email at email@example.com