Seniors are a valuable part of Whistler’s community. Along with contributing many working years to the community, Whistler’s seniors provide a valuable historic knowledge of the community, typically have a high degree of volunteerism, provide greater demographic diversity, and contribute to stronger family and social structures.

Whistler Community Services Society – Outreach Services

The Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS) outreach workers support and enhance the quality of life for Whistler residents  by providing resources and referrals, developing opportunities for social interaction and fostering partnerships with other community and health resources. For more information, visit or phone 604-932-0113 for more information.


The Whistler Housing Authority – works together with seniors to increase seniors housing options in the community. opportunities. Read more.


  • accessibility information – The resort community recognizes the heightened responsibility it has to continue to provide residents and visitors, regardless of age or ability, with a seamless resort experience based not only on accessibility, but also on inclusivity. Read more.
  • Seniors’ One-Stop information line for the Sea to Sky Corridor: 1-877-892-2231
  • BC211 help line – 211 is a confidential, multilingual telephone service available in Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley, Squamish-Lillooet and Sunshine Coast Regional Districts. The line provides free information and referral to a full range of community, social, and government services, and operates twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Sea to Sky Better at Home – offers support services to help seniors with simple non-medical day-to-day tasks, make it easier for them to stay in their own homes, remain independent, socialize and stay connected to their community.