Manitoba Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat
Seniors and Healthy Aging is part of the department of Healthy Living, Youth and Seniors. The Secretariat works with all departments to create an environment within Manitoba that promotes health, independence and well-being of all older Manitobans.
Manitoba Association of Senior Centres
The MASC association is a provincial focal point to facilitate communication, networking and planning among senior centres and raise their profiles. The association also assists in the development of seniors centres and collaborates with other senior serving organizations.
The Active Living Coalition of Older Adults – Manitoba is a partnership of 40 partner organizations and 13 supporting partners that are committed to encouraging and promoting active aging in Manitoba.
Service Canada: Human Resources and Skill Development Canada – Canadians are touched on a daily basis by HRSDC and its portfolio partners. These success stories are about Canadians who have changed their own lives, or those of others, through the New Horizons for Seniors Program.
Canadian Virtual Hospice – Information and support on palliative and end-of-life care, loss and grief.
Hospice & Palliative Care Manitoba
The Mission of HPCM is to promote compassionate, effective care for all Manitobans touched by any life-threatening condition or bereavement, and to provide services and education complementary to the formal health care system.
The 55 PLUS Program, a Manitoba Income Supplement, provides quarterly benefits to lower-income Manitobans who are 55 years of age and over, and whose incomes are within certain levels. Eligibility is based on income reported in your tax return from the previous year. Applications can be submitted anytime during the year.
Manitoba Tax Assistance Office
To inform and assist residents of Manitoba on the proper application of Manitoba income tax and tax credit programs and to monitor all claims to ensure accuracy, to correct inaccurate claims and to recover ineligible amounts previously claimed by taxpayers.
Parkland Regional Health Authority
PRHA provides oversight to ensure the RHA fulfills its Vision and Mission and operates within its stated values. For all individuals, families and communities achieving the best possible health and wellness.
Manitoba Network for the Prevention of Abuse of Older Adults
The Manitoba Network for the Prevention of Abuse of Older Adults (MNPAOA) is a partnership of Manitoba-based organizations. The Network’s goals are: to act as a central point of contact for provincial efforts, to support regional and community initiatives to prevent abuse of older adults and to raise public awareness of elder abuse throughout the province.
SMD Office – Society for Manitobans with Disabilities
SMD has existed in various forms since the late 1940s. Today, the SMD family includes a head office in Winnipeg as well as six regional offices throughout Manitoba that provide services and support to people with disabilities in rural areas. SMD is also affiliated with national organizations such as Easter Seals Canada.