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BRANT ELDER ABUSE COMMITTEE (VICTIM SERVICES OF BRANT)


344 Elgin Street Brantford, ON N3T 5T3


The Brant Elder Abuse Committee acts as a public educator as well as a resource facilitator for those choosing to help prevent abuse or rebuild non- abusive lifestyles. The Committee is made up of agencies and volunteers in the community who work together to run workshops and produce a newsletter that contains useful information on preventing abuse in easy to read large text. You can request a copy of their newsletter by contacting Victims Services: 519-752-3140 or E-mail: victimservices@golden.net Website: www.victimservicesbrant.on.ca/


THE ONTARIO NETWORK FOR THE PREVENTION OF ELDER ABUSE


222 College St., Suite 106, Toronto, M5T 3J1 Phone: 416-916-6728 Seniors Safety Line –Toll Free: 1-866-299-1011 E-mail: www.onpea.org


DIVISION OF AGING AND SENIORS, POPULATION HEALTH DIRECTORATE


Address Locator: 1908A1, Ottawa Phone: 613-952-7606 E-mail: seniors@hc-sc.gc.ca Elderly Advocacy Centre, Toronto Phone: 416-598-2656


SERVICE CANADA PROGRAMS


58 Dalhousie Street, Brantford, ON, N3T 2J2 Phone: 519-751-6500 Website: www.gov.on.ca


Everything you ever wanted to know about the


Canada Pension Plan can be found at: www.hrsdc.gc.ca/en/gateways/topics/cpr-gxr.shtml


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or by calling the local Service Canada office in Brantford: Phone: 519-751-6500 (Also, see section of Disabilities for more information on Service Canada programs.)


ALLOWANCE PROGRAM AND THE ALLOWANCE FOR THE SURVIVOR PROGRAM


Phone: 1-800-277-9914 (TDD): 1-800-255-4786


The Allowance for the Survivor Program provides a monthly non-taxable benefit to low-income widowed spouses who are not yet eligible for the Old Age Security (OAS) pension. You must be 60-64 years of age and be a Canadian citizen to qualify. You may qualify for the Allowance if your spouse or common-law partner receives the Guaranteed Income Supplement.


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