Funded by

United Way

The Seniors Social Prescribing Program is a pathway from your health practitioner’s office to our Seniors Community Connector to receive personalized help connecting with the community and managing health and well-being.
Social Prescribing works alongside clinical treatments to address people’s needs in a holistic way. Social prescription can include physical activities, social activities, nutrition/food security programs, caregiver programs, and opportunities to access services in the community.
Social Prescribing provides support by identifying what is required to improve overall well-being. Services may include, banking help, transportation, paperwork assistance, parking passes, legal advocacy and access to grants.

  • Contact:

    Sandi Temple, Seniors Community Connector

  • Phone:

    604-868 4501

  • Email:

    stemple@comserivce.bc.ca

Seniors Social Prescribing Program

Who Qualifies/Eligibility

Seniors in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows who are marginalized, experiencing poor mental/physical health, socially vulnerable, or making frequent trips to the ER or Primary Care.

Hours of Service

Flexible through the week

Cost

Free

Location

#200 – 22722 Lougheed Highway, Maple Ridge, BC

Contact

Sandi Temple, Seniors Community Connector
Phone 604-868 4501
Email: stemple@comserivce.bc.ca