- Gordon Davenport, Chairman
- Julius Walker, Jr.,
- Phyllis Cahoon
- Julie Phelps
- Melinda Porter
information about the agency and the programs and services that are
provided, please use the contact information
"Transporting for Brighter
As a community
transportation program, Riverlight Transit serves all residents of
Washington County. It was created in 1997 from existing transportation
programs operated by various public agencies and private non-profit
organizations in Washington County.
Riverlight Transit provides curb to curb transportation services
directly from a person's home to his or her destination. Transportation
services are also provided for persons who have disabilities.
Riverlight Transit has eight vehicles in its fleet. The system has four
light-transit vehicles (one of which is lift-equipped), two
twelve-passenger standard vehicles, one mini-van and one standard
Riverlight Transit operates five vehicles, Monday through Friday,
between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM. The system provides medical,
nutrition, recreation, shopping, educational, human service and general
public transportation services.
Anyone may ride on a Riverlight Transit vehicle. Both in-county and
out-of-county transportation services are available. Some in-county and
out-of-county destinations include:
- Chapel Hill
- Durham and
other regional destinations.
information about routes, schedules and services or to schedule a trip,
contact Shonita Gibson, Transportation Coordinator, at (252) 793-4041,
extension 255 or by email at ShonitaG@wcchs.org.
Hearing impaired, deaf and speech impaired persons who need
transportation services may contact Riverlight Transit by calling
The Washington County Transportation Advisory Board meets on the fourth
Wednesday of January, April, July and October at 11:00 AM at the
Washington County Center for Human Services located at 209 East Main
Riverlight Transit does not discriminate against persons with
disabilities in connection with the provision of transportation
services. Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of
1990 and 49 CFR Parts 37 and 38 specify requirements for vehicle and
facility accessibility and the provision of the transportation services.
This agency does not discriminate in the provision of service to any
individual based on race, creed, color, sex, age, or national origin.
All persons will be treated equally with respect and dignity. This
agency is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate in the
employment of persons because of race, creed, color, sex, age, or
Riverlight Transit welcomes feedback. Please contact Clifton Hardison,
Director of Social Services, at (252) 793-4041, by email at
email@example.com or by writing PO Box 10, Plymouth, NC 27962 with
questions or comments.
Additional information about transportation services can be found at the
NC Department of Transportation, Public Transportation Division, website
provided in links below.
In North Carolina,
Child Support Services are available to anyone who wants or needs help
in collecting child support. The program offers assistance in the
- Location of non-custodial parents –
Child Support searches to find where the non-custodial parent lives
Paternity establishment for children
born outside of marriage – Child Support
establishes the legal father of the
Establishment of support obligations –
Child Support establishes a court order
for the non-custodial parent to provide
support for his/her child(ren).
Collection and distribution of support –
Child Support keeps records of
court-ordered child support payments
processed by the NC Child Support
Centralized Collections operation and
tracks the distribution and disbursement
of those payments.
Enforcement of support obligations –
Child Support uses as many enforcement
remedies as necessary to ensure the
non-custodial parent's compliance with
the court-ordered support.
receive services through the Work First Program, Medicaid, or the Foster Care
Services for Children Program are eligible and they are automatically
referred for Child Support Services free of charge. Persons who do not
participate in those programs may inquire about Child Support Services
by telephone and receive an application and supplemental data sheet to
complete. A twenty-five dollar ($25) non-refundable application fee may
Child Support Services is not authorized to help with some issues that
might seem similar to child support such as custody, visitation, or
property settlements. Private attorneys and county Clerks of Superior
Court also offer certain support services. To learn more about what
assistance is available, you may contact these offices individually.
Child Support Services are provided to residents of Washington, Tyrrell
and Hyde Counties through the Washington County Center for Human
Services. For additional information about the program, contact Lynn
Swett, Regional Child Support Supervisor, at (252) 793-4041, extension
208 or by email at LynnS@wcchs.org.
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