Support Services to Seniors

Healthy Aging Resource Teams

Healthy Aging Resource Teams work in the community to promote health,
increase awareness about injury and illness prevention, provide primary care and manage chronic diseases for adults age 55+.

The Healthy Aging Resource Teams are committed to:

  • Promote health;
  • Manage chronic disease;
  • Prevent injury and illness;
  • Provide health programs;
  • Promote independent living; and
  • Work with communities

The teams are made up of two health care professionals such as a nurse, occupational therapist, or dietitian. They provide health services and community support for those 55+ living in the River East/Transcona, St. James/Assiniboia/Assinibione South and Downtown/Point Douglas community areas. 

Information on the Healthy Aging Resource Team (English)

Information on the Healthy Aging Resource Team (French)

Download the Healthy Aging Resource Team Role Statement

The Healthy Aging Resource Teams can help you:

  • Find resources;
  • Maintain and improve your health;
  • Provide information about health services;  and
  • Learn about healthy living.

No Referrals are necessary and the Healthy Aging Resource Team can help anyone 55+ plus residing in the community area they serve.

How do I get in touch with the team in my area?

River East/Transcona Healthy Aging Resource Team
720 Henderson Highway
Winnipeg, MB R2K 0Z5
Phone: (204) 940-2114
Fax: (204) 940-3629

St. James/Assiniboia Assinboine South Healthy Aging Resource Team
3-203 Duffield Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3J 0L3
Phone : (204) 940-3261
Fax: (204) 940-2443

Downtown/Point Douglas Healthy Aging Resource Team
640 Main Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1E2
Phone:  (204) 940-8140
Fax: (204) 940-2116


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