COVID-19 Program Statuses


Mission Community Services is currently running limited or modified essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure we can best serve the community.

We are actively monitoring the situation and the necessary measures are being taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and support the safety of all the individuals we serve and our staff.

Monday
Program NameEarly Years & Youth Services
Monday
Open
Online
NotesFor the July 2020 Calendar, please visit here
Program NameMission Food Center
Monday
Open
9 am - 12 pm
NotesThe Mission Food Centre is open and all precautionary measures are being taken to distribute food safely. We are still distributing food throughout the pandemic, if you are or know of someone who needs food delivery, please call the Food Centre at  (604) 814 - 3333 or the Main Office at 604) 826 - 3634.
Program NameMeals on Wheels
Monday
Open
NotesNutritious home-made frozen meals are delivered on Fridays to seniors who have difficulty shopping or preparing meals. In response to COVID-19, extra precautionary measures are in place to make sure the meals are delivered safely by our friendly volunteers. If you are or know of anyone who needs meals, please call 604-826-3634 or email [email protected]
Program NameNew Directions Mens Group
Monday
Open
6 pm
NotesOur New Directions Mens Group offers online sessions to help connect you with other men and have the opportunity to safely speak about relationships, life and be supported.  For more information, visit www.facebook.com/MissionND.
Program NameSafe Seniors, Strong Communities: bc211
Monday
Open
NotesSupport is available for seniors to stay healthy, connected and engaged through the bc211 province-wide initiative, Safe Seniors, Strong Communities! This partnership with the BC Ministry of Health and United Way allows Mission Community Services Better at Home Program to ensure the needs of seniors are met during this time. Seniors 65+ can request volunteer help at any time with the following services: Grocery shopping and delivery Meal preparation and delivery Food Hampers Prescription pickup and delivery Phone and/or virtual friendly visits Assistance with setting up online services for banking, pharmacy, grocery shopping and communication apps. Referrals to other resources and programs as needed Seniors are currently receiving wellness check calls daily, however if you are or know of a senior who needs help, please forward us their contact information at 604-826-3634 or 2-1-1. bc211 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 2-1-1 or filling in an online form here.
Program NameRelief Shelters
Monday
Open
NotesHaven in the Hollow on 32646 Logan Ave, offers a 24-hour, low-barrier emergency shelter. Mission Youth House on 7368 Proctor Street, offers 24-hour services with 6 beds for youth (under 19).
Tuesday
Program NameChair Yoga
Tuesday
Open
August 4th @ 11am
Notes
Join us on August 4th at 11 am for our virtual Seniors Chair Yoga class from the comfort of your home. Chair yoga is designed to help with balance issues, those who are looking to start slowly and want to feel more confident. It's a great way to relax your body without the stress of getting out of your chair!
To register and receive an invitation link to join the class, please email Raman at [email protected] with your name, phone number, and email. Please download the Microsoft Teams app to your digital device (phone, laptop, tablet, etc.) to take part in the virtual yoga class.
Program NameMeals on Wheels
Tuesday
Open
NotesNutritious home-made frozen meals are delivered on Fridays to seniors who have difficulty shopping or preparing meals. In response to COVID-19, extra precautionary measures are in place to make sure the meals are delivered safely by our friendly volunteers. If you are or know of anyone who needs meals, please call 604-826-3634 or email [email protected]
Program NameSafe Seniors, Strong Communities: bc211
Tuesday
Open
NotesSupport is available for seniors to stay healthy, connected and engaged through the bc211 province-wide initiative, Safe Seniors, Strong Communities! This partnership with the BC Ministry of Health and United Way allows Mission Community Services Better at Home Program to ensure the needs of seniors are met during this time. Seniors 65+ can request volunteer help at any time with the following services: Grocery shopping and delivery Meal preparation and delivery Food Hampers Prescription pickup and delivery Phone and/or virtual friendly visits Assistance with setting up online services for banking, pharmacy, grocery shopping and communication apps. Referrals to other resources and programs as needed Seniors are currently receiving wellness check calls daily, however if you are or know of a senior who needs help, please forward us their contact information at 604-826-3634 or 2-1-1. bc211 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 2-1-1 or filling in an online form here.
Program NameRelief Shelters
Tuesday
Open
NotesHaven in the Hollow on 32646 Logan Ave, offers a 24-hour, low-barrier emergency shelter. Mission Youth House on 7368 Proctor Street, offers 24-hour services with 6 beds for youth (under 19).
Wednesday
Program NameMeals on Wheels
Wednesday
Open
NotesNutritious home-made frozen meals are delivered on Fridays to seniors who have difficulty shopping or preparing meals. In response to COVID-19, extra precautionary measures are in place to make sure the meals are delivered safely by our friendly volunteers. If you are or know of anyone who needs meals, please call 604-826-3634 or email [email protected]
Program NameSafe Seniors, Strong Communities: bc211
Wednesday
Open
NotesSupport is available for seniors to stay healthy, connected and engaged through the bc211 province-wide initiative, Safe Seniors, Strong Communities! This partnership with the BC Ministry of Health and United Way allows Mission Community Services Better at Home Program to ensure the needs of seniors are met during this time. Seniors 65+ can request volunteer help at any time with the following services: Grocery shopping and delivery Meal preparation and delivery Food Hampers Prescription pickup and delivery Phone and/or virtual friendly visits Assistance with setting up online services for banking, pharmacy, grocery shopping and communication apps. Referrals to other resources and programs as needed Seniors are currently receiving wellness check calls daily, however if you are or know of a senior who needs help, please forward us their contact information at 604-826-3634 or 2-1-1. bc211 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 2-1-1 or filling in an online form here.
Program NameRelief Shelters
Wednesday
Open
NotesHaven in the Hollow on 32646 Logan Ave, offers a 24-hour, low-barrier emergency shelter. Mission Youth House on 7368 Proctor Street, offers 24-hour services with 6 beds for youth (under 19).
Thursday
Program NameMeals on Wheels
Thursday
Open
NotesNutritious home-made frozen meals are delivered on Fridays to seniors who have difficulty shopping or preparing meals. In response to COVID-19, extra precautionary measures are in place to make sure the meals are delivered safely by our friendly volunteers. If you are or know of anyone who needs meals, please call 604-826-3634 or email [email protected]
Program NameSafe Seniors, Strong Communities: bc211
Thursday
Open
NotesSupport is available for seniors to stay healthy, connected and engaged through the bc211 province-wide initiative, Safe Seniors, Strong Communities! This partnership with the BC Ministry of Health and United Way allows Mission Community Services Better at Home Program to ensure the needs of seniors are met during this time. Seniors 65+ can request volunteer help at any time with the following services: Grocery shopping and delivery Meal preparation and delivery Food Hampers Prescription pickup and delivery Phone and/or virtual friendly visits Assistance with setting up online services for banking, pharmacy, grocery shopping and communication apps. Referrals to other resources and programs as needed Seniors are currently receiving wellness check calls daily, however if you are or know of a senior who needs help, please forward us their contact information at 604-826-3634 or 2-1-1. bc211 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 2-1-1 or filling in an online form here.
Program NameRelief Shelters
Thursday
Open
NotesHaven in the Hollow on 32646 Logan Ave, offers a 24-hour, low-barrier emergency shelter. Mission Youth House on 7368 Proctor Street, offers 24-hour services with 6 beds for youth (under 19).
Friday
Program NameMission Food Center
Friday
Open
9 am - 12 pm
NotesThe Mission Food Centre is open and all precautionary measures are being taken to distribute food safely. We are still distributing food throughout the pandemic, if you are or know of someone who needs food delivery, please call the Food Centre at  (604) 814 - 3333 or the Main Office at 604) 826 - 3634.
Program NameMeals on Wheels
Friday
Open
Deliveries
NotesNutritious home-made frozen meals are delivered on Fridays to seniors who have difficulty shopping or preparing meals. In response to COVID-19, extra precautionary measures are in place to make sure the meals are delivered safely by our friendly volunteers. If you are or know of anyone who needs meals, please call 604-826-3634 or email [email protected]
Program NameSafe Seniors, Strong Communities: bc211
Friday
Open
NotesSupport is available for seniors to stay healthy, connected and engaged through the bc211 province-wide initiative, Safe Seniors, Strong Communities! This partnership with the BC Ministry of Health and United Way allows Mission Community Services Better at Home Program to ensure the needs of seniors are met during this time. Seniors 65+ can request volunteer help at any time with the following services: Grocery shopping and delivery Meal preparation and delivery Food Hampers Prescription pickup and delivery Phone and/or virtual friendly visits Assistance with setting up online services for banking, pharmacy, grocery shopping and communication apps. Referrals to other resources and programs as needed Seniors are currently receiving wellness check calls daily, however if you are or know of a senior who needs help, please forward us their contact information at 604-826-3634 or 2-1-1. bc211 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 2-1-1 or filling in an online form here.
Program NameRelief Shelters
Friday
Open
NotesHaven in the Hollow on 32646 Logan Ave, offers a 24-hour, low-barrier emergency shelter. Mission Youth House on 7368 Proctor Street, offers 24-hour services with 6 beds for youth (under 19).
Saturday
Program NameSafe Seniors, Strong Communities: bc211
Saturday
Open
NotesSupport is available for seniors to stay healthy, connected and engaged through the bc211 province-wide initiative, Safe Seniors, Strong Communities! This partnership with the BC Ministry of Health and United Way allows Mission Community Services Better at Home Program to ensure the needs of seniors are met during this time. Seniors 65+ can request volunteer help at any time with the following services: Grocery shopping and delivery Meal preparation and delivery Food Hampers Prescription pickup and delivery Phone and/or virtual friendly visits Assistance with setting up online services for banking, pharmacy, grocery shopping and communication apps. Referrals to other resources and programs as needed Seniors are currently receiving wellness check calls daily, however if you are or know of a senior who needs help, please forward us their contact information at 604-826-3634 or 2-1-1. bc211 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 2-1-1 or filling in an online form here.
Program NameRelief Shelters
Saturday
Open
NotesHaven in the Hollow on 32646 Logan Ave, offers a 24-hour, low-barrier emergency shelter. Mission Youth House on 7368 Proctor Street, offers 24-hour services with 6 beds for youth (under 19).
Sunday
Program NameSafe Seniors, Strong Communities: bc211
Sunday
Open
Shelters
NotesSupport is available for seniors to stay healthy, connected and engaged through the bc211 province-wide initiative, Safe Seniors, Strong Communities! This partnership with the BC Ministry of Health and United Way allows Mission Community Services Better at Home Program to ensure the needs of seniors are met during this time. Seniors 65+ can request volunteer help at any time with the following services: Grocery shopping and delivery Meal preparation and delivery Food Hampers Prescription pickup and delivery Phone and/or virtual friendly visits Assistance with setting up online services for banking, pharmacy, grocery shopping and communication apps. Referrals to other resources and programs as needed Seniors are currently receiving wellness check calls daily, however if you are or know of a senior who needs help, please forward us their contact information at 604-826-3634 or 2-1-1. bc211 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 2-1-1 or filling in an online form here.
Program NameRelief Shelters
Sunday
Open
Tax Clinic
NotesHaven in the Hollow on 32646 Logan Ave, offers a 24-hour, low-barrier emergency shelter. Mission Youth House on 7368 Proctor Street, offers 24-hour services with 6 beds for youth (under 19).