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Social Clubs and Friendly Outreach Services

Community Support Services of Niagara - Friendly Visiting

5045 Valleyview Rd
Lincoln, ON
L0R 1B2

Clients are matched with a caring volunteer and share regularly scheduled visits either in-person or over the phone. Visits aim to: promote socialization, alleviate loneliness and provides an opportunity to create new friendships. It also ensures regular contact and security checks.

Note: Volunteers do not provide personal care/home support, administer medications, or help with finances or personal matters.

https://happyinmyhome.ca/

cssn@cssn.ca

Office: 905-563-9501

Fax: 905-563-9502

Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm

Community Support Services of Niagara - Friendly Visiting

320 Vansickle Rd
Unit 3 St Catharines, ON
L2S 0B4

Clients are matched with a caring volunteer and share regularly scheduled visits either in-person or over the phone. Visits aim to: promote socialization, alleviate loneliness and provides an opportunity to create new friendships. It also ensures regular contact and security checks.

Note: Volunteers do not provide personal care/home support, administer medications, or help with finances or personal matters.

https://happyinmyhome.ca/

cssn@cssn.ca

Office: 905-682-3800

Fax: 905-682-2957

Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm

Community Support Services of Niagara - Friendly Visiting


Thorold, ON

Clients are matched with a caring volunteer and share regularly scheduled visits either in-person or over the phone. Visits aim to: promote socialization, alleviate loneliness and provides an opportunity to create new friendships. It also ensures regular contact and security checks.

Note: Volunteers do not provide personal care/home support, administer medications, or help with finances or personal matters.

Potential Clients must call the St Catharines office to register.

https://happyinmyhome.ca/

cssn@cssn.ca

St Catharines Office: 905-682-3800

Fax: 905-682-2957

Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm

Community Support Services of Niagara - Friendly Visiting

Seaway Mall; 800 Niagara St
R30 Welland, ON
L3C 5Z4

Clients are matched with a caring volunteer and share regularly scheduled visits either in-person or over the phone. Visits aim to: promote socialization, alleviate loneliness and provides an opportunity to create new friendships. It also ensures regular contact and security checks.

Note: Volunteers do not provide personal care/home support, administer medications, or help with finances or personal matters.

https://happyinmyhome.ca/

cssn@cssn.ca

Office: 905-788-3181

Fax: 905-788-3182

Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm

Métis Nation of Ontario - Community Support Service

3250 Schmon Pkwy
Unit 1A Thorold, ON
L2V 4Y6

A Metis specific service offering friendly visiting, security checks/reassurance calls, transportation to medical appointments, information and referral and advocacy for caregivers. Services are offered by volunteers and staff.

https://www.metisnation.org/

wellandltc@metisnation.org

Office: 905-682-3487 ext 303

Fax: 905-682-1646

Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Niagara Golden Age Club

Niagara on the Lake Community Centre, 14 Anderson Lane
Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON
L0S 1J0

A club for seniors. Activities include cards and coffee, pot lucks and catered lunches.

Office: 905-468-4386

Tue 12 noon-5 pm

Niagara-on-the-Lake Newcomers Club


Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON

A non-profit women's organization whose members have relocated to Niagara-on-the-Lake within the past three years, or have had a life-changing event such as retirement, divorce, widowhood, or similar.

The Club provides social opportunities for members to make new friends and to familiarize and integrate them with their new community.

Club members can also join various interest groups such as bridge, book clubs, golf, gardening, etc. Monthly events are planned and members are encouraged to participate.

https://www.notlnewcomers.com

info@notlnewcomers.com

Check website for information
Dates: Sep-Jun

St Catharines and District Newcomers Club


St Catharines, ON

COVID-19: Some activities held via Zoom or outside at Jaycee Park. Most activities will resume in September 2022 in compliance with public health guidelines.

A group designed to provide social connections for residents new to the Niagara Region. Group motto "Our purpose is friendship"

htps://noscad.ca

newcomersstc@gmail.com

Email for information

West Niagara Palliative Care Services - Rose Cottage Visiting Volunteers

4289 Hixon St
Beamsville, ON
L0R 1B0

A registered charity providing home hospice support services to those facing life-limiting and progressive conditions in the West Niagara region. Volunteers build relationships with their clients and caregivers, providing the support that they crave. All volunteers complete the Hospice Palliative Care Ontario (HPCO) education program and a vulnerable sector police check.

All programs are offered free of charge and include: Visiting Volunteer Program, Caregiver Program, Tele-visit Program, A Hand Along the Way Bereavement Program, Care Package Delivery Program, and Legacy Program.

http://www.rosecottagevolunteers.com

info.rcvv@gmail.com

Office: 289-566-9588

Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm