UPDATE: The Kershaw Connect Route will begin operating on a limited schedule starting Thursday, September 2, 2021. Once drivers are hired, route operations will expand from Thursdays and Fridays to providing transit services on all weekdays.
Many thanks to Grady Catoe, of AllStaff Employment Solutions for working with SWRTA to find qualified candidates.
We ask that you print off this brochure with route bus stop locations and times to share with clients, patrons, and partners.
Did you know that access to transportation is directly related to your health? Our access to care team has been working to address the transportation needs in Kershaw County. An emergency bus route has been approved for a 2-year pilot route. The current proposed route has 29 bus stops that run from Elgin through Lugoff and Camden. The purpose of this route is to connect people to medical resources and social services during this pandemic. LWK staff has been meeting with Santee Wateree Regional Transit Authority to discuss community engagement. To help with engagement, our team has been developing videos to explain the emergency route. We’re also trying to learn more about the need for public transportation in Kershaw County by getting insight on experiences from residents. If you or someone you know is interested in joining this conversation please email LWK@cmcofkc.org
Would your church like to be a part of the conversation around health/wellness post COVID-19?
The Faith, Activity, and Nutrition (FAN) program was developed with churches in South Carolina to help reduce the risk for chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes by helping members to become more physically active and to eat a better diet. Health is holistic, meaning health in its fullness includes spiritual, emotional, mental, social, and physical well-being. Improving physical health can help your church members become stronger in all parts of their lives including spiritually which creates a more active church life and a healthier church environment! I know that it can be challenging to jumpstart the FAN program in y our church and there have been recent obstacles due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Moving forward will be a challenge, but take your first steps with us and we can help navigate where your church can start. If you have any questions about the FAN program, need assistance or additional resources please contact us at LWK@cmcofkc.org. I look forward to meeting you all in person one day soon, until then I will be making regular phone calls to check-in and offer any guidance and resources that LiveWell has available for you.
In partnership with the South Carolina Hospital Association, LWK is implementing their Working Well program for Kershaw County employees. Kershaw County is completing an organizational assessment to drive next steps on creating a healthier workplace culture. We also have free work wellness resources for all businesses that includes infographics on healthy eating, exercise and mindfulness and a social media kit that includes wellness tips to be posted on social media sites. Feel free to share!
Local Schools- 5210
Livewell Kershaw Coalition in partnership with the Kershaw County School District promoted the 5-2-1-0 challenge for the month of February 2020. Both students and community members were encouraged to track their #5210HC healthy behaviors all month long. Eating at least 5 fruits and vegetables a day, limiting screen time, adding at least 1 hour of daily physical activity per day, and consuming 0 sweetened beverages can make you healthier. To learn more about 5210 Healthy Children, visit 5210.psu.edu! #KCSD5210
- Kirkwood Park
- Kendall Park
- KC West Complex
- Potter Park
- Downtown Camden
- Boykin Park
Wellness Video Series
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