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Resources For Seniors, Community Connections

Seniors resources in Surrey.

Resources and Referrals for Seniors and their Families

Emergency

Police/Fire/Ambulance 9-1-1
Poison Control 604-685-5050

Non-Emergency Surrey

Police 604-599-0502
Fire 604-543-6700
Ambulance 604-872-5151
Victim Services - Surrey 604-599-7600
VictimLinkBC 1-800-536-0808
Deaf or Hard of Hearing Callers TDD: 604-875-0885

Health and Medical

HealthLinkBC (including dietician) 8-1-1
Fraser Health Authority Home Health Service Line 1-855-412-2121
Medical Services Plan of BC

604-683-7151

www.health.gov.bc.ca/msp

Mental Health and Substance Use Services - Surrey Central 604-953-4900
Mental Health and Substance Use Services - South Surrey/White Rock 604-541-6844
Alcohol and Drug INfo/Referral 604-660-9382
Problem Gambling Help Line 1-888-795-6111
Surrey Memorial Hospital 604-581-2211
Peach Arch Hospital 604-531-5512
Red Cross (Medical Equipment)

604-930-9049

www.redcross.ca

City of Surrey

Main Switchboard

604-591-4011

www.surrey.ca

Parks, Recreation and Culture 604-51-5100
Surrey Emergency Program 604-543-6795
By-Laws/Animal Control 604-591-4371
Surrey Animal Resource Centre 604-574-6622
Surrey Libraries

www.surreylibraries.ca

Cloverdale Library 604-598-7320
Fleetwood Library 604-598-7340
Guildford Library 604-598-7360
Newton Library 604-598-7400
Ocean Park Library 604-502-6304
Port Kells Library 604-598-7440
Semiahmoo Library 604-591-6900
Strawberry Hills Library 604-501-5836
City Centre Library 604-598-7420

Transportation

Translink

604-953-3333

www.translink.bc.ca

HandyDART Services 604-575-6600
BC Bus Pass Program

Toll-Free: 1-866-866-0800

Discounted transit passes for low-income seniors: Dial the toll free number, press option 4, then option 3

Sources Volunteer Wheels (South Surrey and White Rock) 604-542-4357
Volunteer Cancer Drivers Society

604-542-4357

Finances, Pension & Taxes

Sevices BC 604-660-2421
BC Securities Commission 604-899-6854
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)

1-800-277-9914

604-590-3346

www.sdc.gc.ca

Veteran Affairs

1-866-522-2122

www.vac-acc.gc.ca

Public Guardian and Trustees of BC (PST) 604-660-4444

Food, Shopping & Housing Assistance

Surrey Food Bank 604-581-5443
Meals on Wheels North Surrey 778-590-1433
Meals on Wheels White Rock/South Surrey 604-541-6325
Sources Food Bank 604-531-8168
Better at Home Central Intake Line 604-536-9348
BC Housing

1-800-257-7756

www.bchousing.org

SAFER-BC Housing Commission 604-433-2218
Community Living BC (Inclusion BC) 1-866-944-1844
Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre

604-255-0546

www.tenants.bc.ca

Senior Connector Program and Locations

The Senior Connector program connects seniors to resources in their community. Our program helps preserve independence for seniors by providing information, support, and connections to services available in our community.

The Senior Connector program is offered in partnership with the City of Surrey, Surrey's Recreation Facilities, and the Seniors Come Share Society. For more information or to book an appointment call 604-531-9400.

Learn about Resources for Seniors in Surrey for important contact details ranging from food and shopping assistance to health and medical information.Visit a recreation centre at a drop-in time listed below:

Location Days Time
Bridgeview Community Centre By appointment  
Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre Monday to Thursday 9:30am-12:30pm
  Friday 1:00pm-3:30pm
Cloverdale Recreation Centre By appointment  
Fleetwood Community Centre Thursday 9:30am-12noon
Guildford Recreation Centre 1st & 3rd Tuesday 1pm-3pm
Newton Seniors Centre 1st & 3rd Wednesday 10am-12noon
South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre 2nd Monday 10:30am-1:00pm

Additional Resources For Seniors

The Seniors Come Share Society's Seniors Resource Directory also provides a list of resources and organizations seniors may find useful. Their list is updated regularly and available in PDF for downloading and printing.