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Seniors can enjoy long, healthy lives by maintaining social connections, staying active, eating well and minimizing exposure to health risks. Community programs help seniors to experience these later years of life in good physical and mental health. Find resources here to stay active and independent with in-home services, support groups, and dedicated emotional supports that promote and protect overall wellness.

Feeling distress or despair and need to talk to someone?
Distress Phone Services provide free emotional support, 24 hours a day.

Better at Home

United Way is helping seniors remain independent. Services in Squamish, Whistler & Pemberton. 

Contact information:,

direct 604 567 9090

Palliative & Bereavement Support Services

The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation Sea to Sky Community Hospice offers support and programs for anyone dealing with a life-limiting illness, their loved ones, and those who are grieving. 

Friendly Calls Program
Canadian Red Cross

The Friendly Calls program pairs a trained Red Cross volunteer with someone who is feeling isolated or lonely, who may have limited social and family connections, or feels they could benefit from more social interaction.

Squamish Men's Shed

Building Better Together. 


Benefit from our combined years of experience, great environment and fellowship (55+).

Mature Action Community

MAC is here to connect, engage and advocate for Whistler seniors.

A supportive environment for older adults in Whistler to stay connected through resource sharing and social events.

Squamish 55 Activity Centre

The 55 Activity Centre is currently closed.

Seniors programs are being offered through Brennan Park Recreation Centre. Click below for recreation guide.

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