Project Access is Houston’s only, regularly scheduled, no charge transportation service for homeless individuals. It’s designed to help homeless Houstonians travel to and from organizations that provide essential services such as health care, meals, shelter, and social services.
A 40 passenger bus travels the 23 agency route Monday through Friday, 52 weeks a year.
Major funding is provided by the City of Houston and private foundations.
The Project Access Bus is free of charge to any homeless person, but every rider must have a ticket for each ride. Tickets are available at any of the sites listed below.
Healthcare for the Homeless – Houston (HHH) Clinics
1934 Caroline Street and 1212 Prairie
1212 Prairie (John S. Dunn Outreach Center)
Lord of the Streets
MHMRA of Houston/Harris County Bristow
2015 Congress Avenue
Star of Hope Men's Development Center
Star of Hope Women & Family Emergency Shelter
The Houston Launch Pad (tickets for veterans only)
2656 S. Loop West, Suite 230
VA Med Center - Substance Dependence Treatment Program (tickets for veterans only)
For more information about Project Access or for agencies interested in becoming a ticket distribution site, please call 713-286-6168.