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Services to Seniors

Support Services to Seniors focus is on wellness and support.

Support Services to Seniors assists communities in the development of services that will support seniors in their independence in the community. Community developed, community run services such as congregate meals, grocery shopping, transportation, and home maintenance may be offered through the Support Services to Seniors program. Specific services will vary from community to community.

Seniors programs focus on health promotion and maintenance of independent living. Support Services to Seniors works along side Home Care Services in the community with the goal of enabling clients to remain in their own homes. Programs are provided which assist clients to achieve and maintain health, well-being and personal independence. Support Services to Seniors focus is on wellness and support.

Contact Senior Services

Support Services to Seniors Coordinator – West

Amanda Dillabough
237 Manitoba Ave.
Selkirk, MB
R1A 0Y4

204-785 9240
[email protected]

Support Services to Seniors Coordinator – East

Dana Trapp
Unit 2, 71107 HWY 302 South
Beausejour, MB
R0E 0C0

[email protected]

Elderly Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services for the Elderly

Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority’s Mental Health Services for the Elderly Program is a multi-disciplinary program that provides assessment and treatment recommendations for older adults with mental health concerns and/or cognitive difficulties affecting their daily life activities. For residents who reside within the Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority, consultation and collaboration occur with the individual, family and other service providers involved to offer the best person-focused care possible.

To inquire about these services, please call:

1-866-757-6205 toll free or 204-785-7752 (Selkirk and area)

Do you have more questions, or are you looking for more resources? Visit our Mental Health Services for the Elderly page to view the Frequently Asked Questions and Looking for More Resources sections.

Community Resource Councils

Community Resource Councils ​

Seniors community resource councils are non-profit organizations that provide services in the community by coordinating volunteers and fee-for-service workers to assist seniors and persons with disabilities to maintain their independence in the community. Services coordinated by seniors community resource councils allow seniors to remain in their homes for as long as possible and may include transportation to medical appointments, social events, house cleaning, yard work/minor maintenance, snow removal, friendly visiting and referrals to appropriate agencies. Seniors community resource councils may also organize health and wellness events, fraud and safety programs, safe driving courses and falls prevention programs and manage Victoria Lifeline personal response service among others.

LocationPhone Location Phone
Arborg & District Seniors
Resource Council    
204-376-3494Powerview Pine Falls –
Winnipeg River Senior Service Inc. 
Ashern Living Independence For Elders 204-768-2187Riverton Seniors
Resource Program
SSGL Program Coordinator:

Beausejour and Brokenhead area
204-403-8205 Selkirk & District
Resource Council Inc.
Eriksdale Seniors
Resource Council 
204-739-2697Springfield Services to Seniors
(RM of Springfield) 
Fisher Branch Seniors
Resource Council
204-372-6861St. Laurent Seniors
Resource Council
204-646-2504 ext. 4
Gimli Seniors
Resource Council
204-642-7297Stonewall – South Interlake Seniors
Resource Council
Lac du Bonnet – Two Rivers Senior
Resource Council Inc.
204-345-1227Teulon & District Seniors
Resource Council
Lundar Seniors
Resource Council 
204-762-5378Victoria Beach/East Beaches 
Resource Centre 
Pinawa – Two Rivers Senior
Resource Council Inc. 
204-753-2962Whitemouth – Two Rivers Seniors
Resource Council
Multi-purpose Seniors Centres

Multi-purpose Seniors Centres

Multi-purpose senior centres are designed to assist communities in the development of services that will support seniors in maintaining their independence in the community. Below is a listing of centres receiving funding from Interlake-Eastern RHA. This is not an inclusive listing of seniors centers in the the region.

Gimli 55+ Centre


Gordon Howard Senior Centre


Stonewall 55+ Community Centre


Victoria Beach – East Beaches Senior Scene


Resources for Healthy Aging

Alzheimer Society Dementia Friendly
By understanding the everyday experiences of people living with dementia, you can better accommodate their needs and help them live well. Becoming dementia-friendly will make a direct impact on the people living with dementia in your community. Active Aging in Manitoba
Active Aging in Manitoba envisions a society where all older Manitobans are engaged in active aging: the process of optimizing opportunities for health, participation and security to enhance quality of life across their life course.

Age Friendly Manitoba
Viewing community living through an Age-Friendly lens helps to improve quality of life for all and contributes to a respectful social environment. Age-Friendly Manitoba encourages active aging to enhance quality of life as people age.

211 Manitoba

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