Elwood City Council
The Elwood Community Council provides a forum in which concerned
Elwood stakeholders can meet to discuss problems faced by the Elwood
community along with possible solutions to these problems.
Goals of the Council
The goals of the council are:
- To educate and empower individuals and families who are in need of assistance or services
- To enhance collaboration among community service providers so that
maximum benefit for the individual or families can be achieved.
The Council includes a high school-age committee that helps assist
the Council with meeting the needs of pre-teens and teens in the
community. St.Vincent Mercy is an active participant in the
Rural and Urban Access to Health (RUAH)
The RUAH program connects individuals in the community with needed
services including primary health care and preventative health services. St.Vincent Mercy employs a Health Access Worker who connects uninsured/underserved individuals and families to primary and preventative care as well as to other needed community services.
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