Community in Motion
Since 1946, our agency has housed a number of different programs supporting seniors, people with disabilities, youth, and other at-risk populations in Southwest Washington. The agency began as the Clark County Council of Community Agencies. In 1951, we expanded and became the Vancouver Council of Social Agencies. In 1957, we again looked at area needs and incorporated with a focus on social planning and fundraising in Clark County. Two years later, a Committee on Aging was formed to look at ways to support our aging population. In 1990, the agency’s name changed to Human Services Council (HSC) to reflect our mission of helping people. In 2021, our agency again changed its name, this time to Community in Motion, reflecting our agency’s role in providing community transportation services.
Guided by a deep commitment to connecting neighbors with each other and with the services that enrich their lives, Community in Motion has evolved with the changing needs of the Southwest Washington community. Since 1946, the agency has operated a number of different programs to support seniors, people with disabilities, veterans and other at-risk populations. Community in Motion is funded by grants from C-Tran, Washington State Health Care Authority, the Washington State Department of Transportation, and through private donations. Voluntary board members provide the agency diversity in thinking and experience, as well as racial and ethnic diversity. Additional information can be found by visiting communityinmotion.org, on Facebook at facebook.com/communityinmotionWA.