Adult 55+ Programs
55+ Programs & Highlights - find updated program info here.
The Britannia 55+ Team would like to send out a BIG THANK YOU! to our Volunteers! You're time and efforts are so appreciated and we are beyond GRATEFUL! Thank you for keeping our community supported and connected!!!
Britannia’s Essential Services
Seniors & Elders Social Telephone Tree: The Telephone Tree offers social support and information to seniors over the phone. Our volunteers make weekly social calls offering seniors a chance to be heard and maintain a sense of community. Volunteers can also provide you with information about programs and resources in the community, as well as referral services. It’s a great way to stay connected from your home.
If you would like to receive weekly calls you can contact us by email at or phone at 604.718.5800 (1) and 604.718.5837. You can also join our Facebook group Weaving Our Community Together @ Brit.
COVID-19 Food Delivery Program: Britannia's Staff and volunteers are working with the Grandview Woodland Food Connection (GWFC) to deliver food hampers to those in need. If you are unable to secure food for yourself or if you know a senior in your neighbourhood who is alone and without access to food, please let us know.
Contact us by email at or call us at 604.718.5828. This phone line will be checked for messages every day from 9am – 4pm (except statutory holidays). If you would like to support our essential services, please donate today.
COVID-19 is still with us and as we open up we need to remember that preventative measures are still recommended to protect our vulnerable friends, family and loved ones from exposure to COVID-19. Keep in mind this advice from Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry:
“When you invite one person outside of your immediate household bubble into your home, you’re also inviting all of the people in their bubble, the people who they’ve had contact with.”
Britannia Community Services Centre is here to support you as best we can. We are working to keep you safe and connected to community. As we continue to practice physical distancing and self-isolation, our staff and volunteers are here to help with our telephone tree and food hamper delivery programs.
Safe Seniors and Strong Community Program: Call 211 or visit bc211.ca for more information. This program offers COVID-19, emergency and crisis, counselling, victim services, housing, addiction, financial assistance and other resources.
VCH Vancouver Flu Clinics - list of flu clinics and how to book your appointment
BC Centre for Disease Control Hotline: 1.833.707.2792
BC CDC Self-assessment Tool: Click here.
HealthLink BC: Call 811 to speak to a health services representative who can help you find health information and services or connect you directly with health professionals, including: Registered Nurses, Dietitians, and Pharmacists. 811 is not an emergency service. In the event of an emergency, call 911.
Income and Disability Assistance: Call 1.866.866.0800 click here.
Free Computer Literacy and Digital Skills workshops and one-on-one support (YMCA) Details here.
To set up an appointment phone: 604-306-0508 / 604-218-9651 or email
For more resources, click here.