Transportation

Check schedules, reserve and plan trips, and find fare information on BC Ferries. Open Monday – Friday 7:00am – 8:00pm and weekends from 8:00am – 6:00pm.

www.bcferries.com
1 (888) 223-3779

Better at Home is a program that helps seniors live in their own homes by providing simple nonmedical support services delivered by local non-profit organizations using a mix of paid workers and volunteers. Better at Home is funded by the Government of British Columbia and managed by the United Way of the Lower Mainland. The services provided by the Better at Home Program include:

▪ Friendly visiting                           ▪ Transportation

▪ Housekeeping                             ▪ Minor home repairs

▪ Grocery shopping                        ▪ Light yard work

▪ Snow shoveling

IMPORTANT NOTE: The services identified above vary between locations and some may not be offered in your community. Please contact your local Better at Home Program to find out if the service is offered near you.

COST: Some services identified are offered for free. While other services such as light housekeeping and transportation are based on a sliding scale. Subsidies are available and based on your current income tax.

(604) 507-2266

Better at Home is a program that helps seniors live in their own homes by providing simple nonmedical support services delivered by local non-profit organizations using a mix of paid workers and volunteers. Better at Home is funded by the Government of British Columbia and managed by the United Way of the Lower Mainland. The services provided by the Better at Home Program include:

▪ Friendly visiting                           ▪ Transportation

▪ Housekeeping                             ▪ Minor home repairs

▪ Grocery shopping                        ▪ Light yard work

▪ Snow shoveling

IMPORTANT NOTE: The services identified above vary between locations and some may not be offered in your community. Please contact your local Better at Home Program to find out if the service is offered near you.

COST: Some services identified are offered for free. While other services such as light housekeeping and transportation are based on a sliding scale. Subsidies are available and based on your current income tax.

Central Intake: (604) 536-9348

15008 26th Avenue, Surrey, BC V4P 3H5
www.comeshare.ca
(604) 531-9400

Better at Home is a program that helps seniors live in their own homes by providing simple nonmedical support services delivered by local non-profit organizations using a mix of paid workers and volunteers. Better at Home is funded by the Government of British Columbia and managed by the United Way of the Lower Mainland. The services provided by the Better at Home Program include:

▪ Friendly visiting                           ▪ Transportation

▪ Housekeeping                             ▪ Minor home repairs

▪ Grocery shopping                        ▪ Light yard work

▪ Snow shoveling

IMPORTANT NOTE: The services identified above vary between locations and some may not be offered in your community. Please contact your local Better at Home Program to find out if the service is offered near you.

COST: Some services identified are offered for free. While other services such as light housekeeping and transportation are based on a sliding scale. Subsidies are available and based on your current income tax.

(604) 596-7722 (ext. 130)

Offers a reduced cost, annual bus pass for low income seniors and individuals receiving disability assistance from the Province of BC. Passes are valid in communities serviced by BC Transit or TransLink. The pass is only valid for the eligible rider and is non-transferable. Handy Dart is not included in this program. To get details on eligibility for the BC Bus Pass Program please view the website or call for more information.

PO Box 9985, Stn. Prov. Govt, Victoria, BC V8W 9R6
1 (866) 866-0800

A program of TransLink, HandyDART is a special door-to-door transit service for persons with disabilities who are unable to use the regular transit system.  Clients need to apply and be registered for this program before they can use the HandyDART service.  Referrals are made by doctors and other health professionals.  Call or visit website for application form.

To apply contact: (604) 953-3680

To make or cancel booking: (604) 575-6600

www.translink.bc.ca/handydart
(604) 953-3680

Non-emergency patient transfers between hospitals, homes, care homes or other special needs.
Toll Free: 1 (800) 768-0044

sntransport.ca
(604) 852-3354

Sources Concierge is a community enterprise designed to provide a variety of quality services including house cleaning and organizing, errand services and seniors support services such as companion visits, transportation to and from medical appointments and meal preparation. Sources Concierge is a division of Sources Women’s Place. Contact us for a free consultation.

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www.sourcesbc.ca
(604) 541-4823

Our volunteer drivers provide assistance to residents of White Rock and South Surrey who are unable to use public transportation and have no other means of reaching essential healthcare appointments in the Metro Vancouver area.  Volunteer drivers pick up and return their clients to their residences.  Participant donation encouraged.  Call for more information or to register. Minimum 1 weeks notice is required.

882 Maple Street, White Rock, BC V4B 4M2
www.sourcesbc.ca
(604) 542-4357
(604) 531-6740

SPARC BC is a nonprofit organization that offers a parking permit program for people with disabilities.  Form must be signed by client’s physician.

Decal processing fee is $23.00 by cheque or credit card and is subject to change. Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am to 4:30pm.

4445 Norfolk Street, Burnaby, BC
www.sparc.bc.ca
(604) 718-7741
(604) 736-8697