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Refferal Program

We offer a community information referral  service, which refers seniors to social services and programs available through health, educational, cultural, recreational resources in Manitoba and offers information about accessing government services. This service promotes the development of services to 55+ seniors in the area, provides a connection among agencies to exchange information and expertise, and  connects older adults with available services. This service is available Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm.


Educational sessions including topics on:


      lead to an injury and gives you tips on making your home safer.


  • Cancer Care - CancerCare Manitoba’s Patient and Family Support

      Services offers a variety of support groups and programs for people
      with cancer and their loved ones.


  • Victoria Lifeline - Help to live at home with confidence. A personal response system lets you summon help 24 hours a day so you are never alone when you have Lifeline. 

  • Disability Tax Credit - a non-refundable tax credit that helps persons with disabilities or their supporting persons reduce the amount of income tax they may have to pay. Are you eligible?

  • Elder Abuse - Is any action or inaction by a person in a relationship of trust which jeopardizes the health or well-being of an older. A & O support Service for older Adults respond to the needs of individuals 55+ who are experiencing neglect, emotional, financial, sexual or physical abuse.  

  • Heart & Stroke Prevention - Many risk factors for heart disease and stroke are in your power to control. Explore our heart-healthy tips on diet, exercise, stress and more. 

      The Alzheimer Society can help you by providing information, resources, education, support and counseling.


  • Canadian Hard of Hearing Association Manitoba Chapter


       CHHA Manitoba Chapter is committed to addressing the needs of people

       With hearing loss in Manitoba.


  • Diabetes Service Guide


       For persons and families living with Diabetes to become excellent self-managers and fully informed partners in             their Diabetes care.  All programs and services listed are free of cost unless otherwise indicated.


      CNIB delivers innovative programs and powerful advocacy that empower people impacted by blindness to live            their dreams and tear down barriers to inclusion.

More resources


Affordable Services for Adults 55+

 A Home Maintenance referral service provided by  

 the Good Neighbours Active Living Centre.

 Click on the PDF to find out how they can help.

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