Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a fee for the SOS service?
No, our SOS service is free and confidential.
I don’t live near my mom. She lives alone and I am worried about her. What resources are available to support her?
In Seniors One Stop, we are always researching and updating our resources. Our volunteers can help you find community supports for your mom to age well and feel supported .
I am an older adult needing a ride to my medical appointments. Are there any low cost transportation options available?
Yes. There are a variety of options available depending on your circumstances and needs. We can also refer you to the Better at Home program at NSCR.
I am feeling socially isolated. Are there places in the community I can connect with for support?
Yes! We can tell you about some of the programs in the community to help you feel more connected.
I am interested in volunteering and helping seniors in this area, how do I find out more?
At NSCR, we are also a volunteer agency, you can call us to learn about some of the opportunities here or at other agencies.
Available Monday-Friday, 9-4:30PM
Kathy Jarvis, Seniors One Stop Program Coordinator
Direct Line: 604-982-3312
Alex Kershaw, NSCR Volunteer Coordinator
Direct Line: 604-982-3307
Updates and Resources
To view the Seniors Directory, a helpful resource guide for services and programs available for North Shore seniors, click here.
To learn more about North Shore Better at Home, NSCR’s program that provides a variety of non-medical services to assist you to live independently in your home, click here.
To learn more about NSCR’s Caregiver Support Program, which supports people in informal caregiving roles, click here.
Seniors One Stop is made possible by our sponsors New Horizons for Seniors, North Shore News, the Government of British Columbia, West Vancouver Foundation, and Neptune Terminals and by charitable donors like you. Thank you.