Welcome To NWT Seniors' Society

 

Welcome to the NWT Seniors’ Society’s website! We hope that you are able to find useful information about the resources and programs available for Seniors’ in the NWT.

 

Seniors’ Information Line: if you would like to speak to someone about a problem or if you need help with any program or service related to seniors, please call 867-920-7444 or toll free 1-800-661-0878 during working hours or leave a message.

 

Seniors and Elders Deserve Respect: Contact 1-866-223-7775 for 24 hour support or call your: Local RCMP if you need immediate assistance.

 

If you are looking for specific information regarding the abuse of older adults, please visit the NWT Network to prevent the abuse of older adults’ website:

                 

                                               www.nwtnetwork.com

 

NWT Seniors’ Society AGM

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Grants for NWT Senior Citizens’ Month

May 11, 2020 TO ALL COMMUNITY GROUPS REQUESTING FUNDING FOR: Senior Citizens’ Month 2020 & World Elder Abuse Awareness Day June is Senior Citizens’ Month and June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.  NWT Seniors’ Society would like to support you to celebrate the...

Second Round of Applications for Collaborating for Inclusion of Older Adults

Deadline is May 22nd, 2020 Collaborating for Inclusion of Older Adults Project Information — How to Apply for Community Funding Second Round of Applications The NWT Seniors’ Society is hosting a four-year project for adults 55 years or older. The project’s overall...

Funding for Groups Helping Seniors during COVID pandemic

Deadline is April 30th, 2020.

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Get Involved

Check out our site and see what resources  and services we have to offer.

Get Help

Seniors’ Information Line: If you would like to speak to someone about a problem or if you need help with any program or service related to seniors, please call 867-920-7444 or toll free 1-800-661-0878 during working hours or leave a message.

Stay Safe

Seniors and Elders Deserve Respect: Contact 1-866-223-7775 for 24 hour support or call your Local RCMP if you need immediate assistance.

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