City of Hamilton Resources for Seniors and Older Adults
This City of Hamilton webpage has a comprehensive list of resources of seniors for recreation, transportation, getting information, housing, safety, government resources, community supports, travel tips, volunteering and events.
For 55+ Programming, click here.
Hamilton Council on Aging (HC0A)
A wealth of links to local resources including: legal advocacy, senior abuse prevention, adult day-care programs and finding a doctor.
PHONE: 905-777-3837 ext. 12238
Hamilton Public Library
Call-in and Ask
The Hamilton Public Library offers information and referral services by phone, in-person and online. Their friendly staff is happy to answer general information questions as well as look up phone numbers, addresses and connect you to any information that you need.
Main Switchboard at Central Library: 905-546-3200
The library loans books, DVD’s, audiobooks, magazines, music and more for free.
Libraries also offer free programs on a variety of topics including: computers, health, mental health, literature, art and music.
There’s something interesting happening at your local branch. Go to the HPL Home Page and browse.
Visiting Library Service
We also provide a Visiting Library Service, which delivers books, movies, music, audiobooks and other library materials to your door if you are unable to visit the library on your own.
Red Book Community Information
Hamilton Public Library gathers, organizes, maintains and shares information about community organizations and programs that provide services to the public. The Red Book is for residents, healthcare professionals and community organizations in the City of Hamilton.
Click here to access Red Book. Make sure to scroll down to access services by category (Community Facilities and Centres, Health Care, Individual and Family Services, etc).
For more information visit the Hamilton Public Library website hpl.ca
Age Friendly Hamilton - 2017 Resource Guide
Includes community resources for older adults in the Hamilton area.
In addition to the resources found on their website, The Hamilton Council on Aging has compiled a list of Age Friendly resources that can be found HERE.
A guide to programs and services for seniors
Find information on resources available for seniors in Ontario, including tax credits, health, caregiving, housing, driving and transportation and staying safe.