Helping the Sacramento Region Stay on Track

Helping the Sacramento Region Stay on Track

SacRT’s number one priority is the health, safety and well-being of our riders and the community. Our public role is about more than just getting people from place to place, we also have a social responsibility to the communities in which we serve. This year, more than any other, is defining a new normal for all of us.

As we continue to face unprecedented times in our lives with the impacts of COVID-19, wild fires and other stressful events, the mental and emotional toll can be overwhelming, especially as we approach the holiday season. The first step is recognizing the signs — If you or someone you know is struggling or feeling a sense of hopelessness, please know help is available 24/7/365 days a year.

SacRT encourages you to contact the Crisis Respite Center for immediate and confidential assistance at 916-RESPITE (916-737-7483), Hope Cooperative at 855-502-3224, Well Space Health at 916-368-3111 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255). To learn how to recognize the signs, visit suicideispreventable.org.