If you’re over the age of 70, Peel Public Health recommends you stay home and rely on family and social supports as much as possible for essential needs.
Here are some tips to stay mentally and physically active during this time:
To help you keep active, the City’s fitness experts are also providing free online videos, workouts and other resources.
You’re not alone. For access to mental health support, contact any of the following organizations.
24/7 Crisis Support Peel Dufferin
Call 905-278-9036 for crisis support anytime.
Alzheimer Society Peel
Call 905-278-3667 ext. 307 for phone counselling or video sessions.
Peel Elder Abuse Prevention Network
Call the Senior Safety Line at 1-866-299-1011.
Community Information Partners Peel
Call 905-890-9432 for information about Peel community services and assistance.
Additional mental wellbeing resources are also available from Peel Public Health.
Call 911 for all emergencies.
Dial 311 (905-615-4311 outside City limits) to speak to Customer Service. They can answer questions about City services and programs or help you contact the right City department.
Call 211 to be connected to community and social services in your area 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. For Peel Public Health, dial 905-799-7700.
Dial 905-453-3311 for general questions or to report a non-urgent situation.
Credit Valley Hospital
Queensway Health Centre
You can access translated information from the Ministry of Health and Region of Peel:
For referrals to community programs and services, dial 211 to contact the Region of Peel. Translation services are available in over 150 languages.
For questions about City services and programs, dial 311 (905-615-4311 outside City limits) to speak to Customer Service. Phone interpretation is available in more than 240 languages and dialects.
Information about restrictions and public health recommendations in community spaces such as places of worship, funerals, and weddings is available on the Region of Peel website.
Dial 211 to contact the Region of Peel for information about local services such as food donations and drop-off locations.
There are many services available to help older adults including:
The Region of Peel has details about these social supports for seniors.
Residents should follow health advice from Peel Public Health and the Ministry of Health.
If you have questions about COVID-19 call Peel Public Health at 905-799-7700.