Century House Senior Peer Counselling

Know a senior who is lonely or isolated?

Century House Senior Peer Counselling Volunteer Visitor Program

Is a new program that assists older adults and seniors that can experience loneliness

and isolation, due to changes in health, mobility, relocation, life transitions and caregiver burden.

Our trained volunteers provide:

  • Conversation
  • Companionship
  • Social connection
  • and help with finding information
  • programs and services

Call for information:  T: (604) 519-1064 – Line 1

Seniors Helping Seniors

Trained senior volunteers provide free and confidential one-to-one support to help meet life’s challenges. You meet at Century House or your home. Open to New Westminster residents.

Peer counselling is based on the principles of self help and mutual aid.  Peer Counsellors may have had similar life experiences and acquired life skills that increase the effectiveness of the client/counsellor relationship. Because Senior Peer Counsellors are peer-aged, a special bond of trust develops.


No Need to Walk Alone

you need not walk alone

We believe that:

  • People prefer to talk to those who are similar in age and life experience.
  • Expressing feelings helps us with clarity and decision making.
  • People value self reliance and want to stay in charge of their lives.
  • People experiencing challenges in life benefit from regular one on one counselling and support.
  • People appreciate empathetic support and non-judgmental and confidential communication.

Our Sponsors

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How We Can Help

Life transitions

Life transitions are natural and begin with a string of losses... learn more

Bereavement and loss

Significant loss (spouse, child, pet, anything important) can encompass a range of feelings... learn more

Loneliness or isolation

Humans are naturally social and when we find ourselves feeling isolated this could be a warning... learn more


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