Senior Resources

Helpful Resources

Listed below are some Edmonton Senior centers located in our community that might be of interest to you. They offer a wide variety of services, programs, activities and social functions for 55+.  The locations are accessible by public transportation and DATS should you require that service. 

Mill Woods Senior & Multicultural Centre (2nd floor Mill Woods Library)
2610 Hewes Way
780-496-2997 or

Southeast Edmonton Seniors Association (SEESA)
9350 – 82 Street
780-438-1985 or

Southwest Seniors Outreach Society
10832-62 Avenue
780-435-9515 or

Senior Citizens Opportunity Neighborhood Association
10440-84 Avenue
780-433-5377 or 

For your convenience, copies of the “Directory of Senior Services 2017/2018” as well as the “Recreation and Wellness Directory for Older Adults 2018-2019” are available at the NMCL Little Free Library attached to the hall.   

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Mill Woods Seniors Association has an Community Outreach Program  
“Our Friendly Community Outreach Program”
which includes both in-centre activities and services to seniors out in the community who maybe living alone and are in need of companionship, housing, medical help or home supports.  The Outreach Program also reaches out to new immigrant communities to encourage their seniors to participate in programs that allow their engagement in social life outside of their homes.

Call the Outreach Worker at 780-496-2997 for more information or help.  Outreach services at MWSA are free for all seniors, regardless of membership.

MWSA is also offering “Edmonton Public Library Tech Time”, Fridays 10-11:30AM, March 1st to May 24th.
This program is free and a weekly drop-in offering one-on-one support for all your tech questions.  
Feel free to bring your smartphone, laptop or device to the session. 

SCWW  is for older adults (55+) who find it difficult to go to regular community centres or programming in person.
This is a free telephone program that offers activities, health & well-being topics as well as friendly conversation.
All programming is one hour in length and provided over the phone.

To register and receive more information call Southside Primary Care Network  at 780-395-2626 (press 0).