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SCRC Mission Statement
The Shippensburg Community Resource Coalition is a collaborative effort to provide quality social services and youth programs that are accessible and safe and that recognize the dignity and worth of each person. Our goal is to help community members reach their full potential.
We work to fulfill our mission in the following ways:
• Working with existing programs in surrounding communities to encourage them to provide services in Shippensburg.
• Regularly assessing community needs and resources.
• Creating new services as necessary.
• Partnering with other community programs to strengthen our collective efforts.
Upcoming Events and Committee Meetings
Shippensburg Community Conference Call
1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month
SCRC facilitates a community conference call to address changes to programs, gaps in services, and other concerns. We problem-solving as a community to address those concerns and fill in those gaps. If you are a human service provider, teacher/professor, concerned community member, religious organization, or just curious, please join us!
Zoom Link: https://ship.zoom.us/j/96662542462
Phone Number: 646-558-8656, then enter Meeting ID: 966 6254 2462 ##
Shippensburg Human Service Council
2nd Friday of the Month from September - May
11:30 am to 1:00 pm
OPEN to Anyone! If you provide services to the greater Shippensburg area through your work or as a volunteer with human service providers in the Shippensburg Area, come hear about local agency updates (including your own!), collaborate with each other, and learn about a specific topic or local agency's services.
New Meeting Time is Coming!
Do you live, work, worship, or play in Shippensburg? Then come join us as we work toward improving the well-being of every Shippensburg resident! The purpose of Healthy Shippensburg is “to help community members reach their full potential by addressing the gaps in health and social services related to the ways that home, school, workplace, neighborhood, and community factors can impact one’s health.”