Community Links is a province-wide organization that supports the establishment of age-friendly, inclusive communities in Nova Scotia by linking individuals and organizations to promote needed changes.
Flourish 55+ Healthy Active Cooperative
678 LaHave St
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
Flourish 55+ Healthy Activity Cooperative is a not-for-profit organization that promotes Mental, Social and Physical Recreation for people in Bridgewater, Lunenburg County and the South Shore of Nova Scotia.
Lunenburg County Seniors Safety Program
c/o Bridgewater Police Service, 45 Exhibition Drive
Bridgewater Senior Citizens' Club
Contact: Karen Powell, President
Meet at Masonic Lodge, 93 Dominion St. (former Girl Guide Cabin)
23 Collicutt Rd.
Chester Community Wheels is focused on delivering affordable, friendly and reliable transportation service to the people of the municipality of Chester. Whether it is going to a doctors appointment or a shopping trip we are here to help the community get where they need to go.
1924 Northwest Rd. Box 147
Blockhouse, Nova Scotia
Contact: Kathy Thomas, VON Lunenburg Program Coordinator Community Support Services
Phone: (902) 624-1897
We've been leading home and community care in Canada for over a century. We were among the first organizations in the country to offer home care and public health nursing and now, over a century later, we provide home and community support services to over 10,000 people every day across Ontario and Nova Scotia.
Positive Aging Directory (211)
Contact: 211 Nova Scotia
The Positive Aging Directory (PDF) is a comprehensive information directory published each year by the Department of Seniors to give Nova Scotians quick and easy access to the many programs and services for seniors in our province.. The directory is also an essential source of information for those who work with seniors, many of whom help to keep the directory listings accurate and up-to-date. https://novascotia.ca/seniors/directory/ https://novascotia.ca/seniors/directory/
Seniors' Safety Program, Lunenburg County
c/o Bridgewater Police Service
45 Exhibition Dr., Bridgewater, NS
The Bridgewater Police Service believes that seniors are an integral part of our community, entitled to live in dignity and security, free of exploitation and abuse. While many seniors are active members of society, there are those that are vulnerable to crime and abuse because of poor health, low literacy, lack of independence, or age-related disabilities. The government of Nova Scotia’s departments of Seniors and Justice have provided funding to numerous communities, including Lunenburg County, for Seniors Safety programs.