Schell-Sweet Community Resource Center

Mrs. Marie Heath
Director

Phone: (904) 470-8933

Fax: (904) 366-3500
E-mail: mheath@ewc.edu

 

Mary Edwards
Senior Wellness Coordinator

Phone: (904) 470-8930
E-mail: maria.edwar0911@ewc.edu

 

Rosalind Rawls
E-Health Literacy Specialist

Phone: (904) 470-8930
E-mail: r.rawls@ewc.edu

 

Shirley Brown
Lab Coordinator

Phone: (904) 470-8930
E-mail: shirley.bro0907@ewc.edu

 

Geneva Barrier
Social Services Specialist

Phone: (904) 470-8930

 

 

 

 

 

The Schell-Sweet Community Resource Center (SSCRC) provides health education and screening services, computer training, veteran services, community service seminars/workshops, social services, employment referrals, food distribution, and communication activities. The center provides lifelong learning opportunities for adults and their families to improve their skills, pursue knowledge, seek advancement, and enhance their self-worth.

Vision
The Schell-Sweet Community Resource Center will continue to be a community and academic support model, promoting positive lifestyle changes and best practices, focusing on health, social, and educational services.

Mission
Edward Waters College, through the Schell-Sweet Community Resource Center, is committed to providing senior wellness, prevention services, and a community collaboration network with a direct focus on health, social, and educational services.

Goals

  • Provide quality, constituent-friendly services utilizing best practices for students, faculty, staff, and community stakeholders.
  • Provide preventative health, education, social, and community services for elderly constituents located in Northwest Jacksonville.

Academic Goals

  • To provide quality baccalaureate degree programs that will prepare students academically and holistically in a global society.
  • To enhance and promote Christian principals, excellence, social responsibility, civic engagement, cooperation, professionalism, quality customer service, student and faculty engagement, and diversity.
  • To respond and collaborate with community, institutional, and global degree and non-degree programs, partnering with distant learning technologies.
  • To provide quality and quantifiable resources and services; promoting quality health care for faculty, students, and community.

Click HERE to visit the site of the Schell-Sweet Community Resource Center.