Please DO Not Let This Organization Go Out of Business

 Funds Needed ASAP. ​No Amount Too Small. $10-30 from 600 People or $50 from 120 will allow us to assist more people who have experienced low energy trauma  or need quantum radionic tones and simple things like quality emotional or spiritual or nutritional support. 

Since Feb. 2000, paratransit riders have been standing up for their rights and the rights of wheelchair taxi riders 

and those who ride fixed route accessible transit. 

IMPRUVE is the Assumed Name of BNICEH, the Black Network In Children's Emotional Health.


 We are hosted by BNICEH, which helps the disabled people, senior and youth community, too.  During the shutdown, we still support Reparations for people of Afrikan descent and restoral of quantum energy balance and health that is not based on chemical warfare and questionable methods that neither provide wellness nor restore order to chaos in the mind and body.  But we need funds to continue our work. Donate via PayPal donate button or paypal.com to [email protected] Contact office2.solexnation.com - User name Optimized Maat 


   Like an oak we bend, but do not break


Why us?

Because our hands are not tied  by regulations that prevent us from speaking out. 

Because We Will Not Be Silent where public awareness or advocacy is needed to call attention to a problem or better paratransit and accessible taxi services. 

Because we know that transportation is basic to independent living. 

Because we know that everyone cannot and should not be forced to travel on mainline fixed route trains and buses. The mainline cannot accommodate all people who use wheelchairs or require a seat. We would overwhelm the system if there was no paratransit or had to return to or accept a life of living in an institution. Our quality of life would deteriorate if we become invalids, shut-ins or hermits, because we do not have proper accessible or affordable transportation.  

We are not afraid nor prevented from lobbying city officials, state legislators, Congressional reps and private industry.

We host or participate in rallies, forums, conferences, townhall meetings, sit-ins, stand-ins, rap-ins, hearings, speakouts against poor services, or showcasing those who help and support us in our mission.

What is the mission of IMPRUVE?

To organize paratransit riders and advocate with persons with disabilities who ride mainline buses and trains to improve paratransit service and work proactively with paratransit operations for accountability of carriers; to advocate for clean, safe, properly maintained, and accessible vehicles, and equity in services regardless of a rider’s age, income, ethnicity, culture, employment or social status, location, purpose for riding, and choice of carrier. To develop a strategic 5-year plan  for a green paratransit service under public ownership with support from Rider-Driver Alliance and Green Paratransit Think Tank.

©2000-2020 IMPRUVE

Twenty Years Experience from the year 2000