Seniors (55+)

CNH offers social and recreational programs and services for older adults and seniors that support their mental, social and physical wellbeing. From nutritious meals to housekeeping and in-person and online meetups, there is something for everyone. New participants are always welcome. 

Many programs are free unless indicated. Registration is required. Please call 604-435-0323 or email seniorsprograms@cnh.

Ongoing Programs & Services

Better at Home/Safe Seniors Strong Communities (BH/SSC)

A variety of programs are available to assist seniors in living independently in their homes, including:

  • Low-cost light housekeeping
  • Low-cost shuttle service and bus trips
  • Walking Club – free! (Meet at CNH main house for a short walk on Mondays at 10:30 am)

For more information call 604-435-0375 or visit

Fitness & Recreation

CNH offers recreation and leisure programs for people of all ages and ability levels. We aim to provide a balance of activities that are inclusive and promote health and quality of life for local residents.

All programs are offered as drop-ins unless noted otherwise. For additional savings, program passes are available for adult and senior recreation programs.

For current programs, visit our online registration portal or call 604-435-0323.

One-on-One Tech Support

By appointment only. For seniors who need help with any of their devices, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers, our friendly volunteer specialists are happy to provide easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions over the phone or in person.

To sign up, contact Jenny Shen at 604-435-0323 ext. 227 or

Seniors Advisory Group Meeting

All seniors are invited to the Seniors Advisory Group to provide their counsel and advice to CNH staff on how to improve our programs, reach isolated seniors and support seniors in our community to live a better, more enjoyable, and healthy life, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. We value your input and feedback!

To participate, email

Social Prescribing Program

Social Prescribing is a structured way of bridging between health and social services by supporting adults aged 55+ in Renfrew-Collingwood to local, non-clinical services to address their needs in a holistic way. Clients work closely with CNH staff to develop and implement a wellness plan, based on their needs and goals, by connecting to local supports.

For more information, email Mina Hayer at

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Funding provided by United Way British Columbia