Menno Place is one of BC’s largest campuses-of-care providing residential care, assisted living and independent living to 700 residents in 6 buildings on 11.5 acres. Founded in 1953 by the Mennonite Benevolent Society, we have been privileged to serve the physical, emotional, spiritual and relational needs of thousands of elders and their families. Menno Home and Hospital are home to 347 complex care residents. Menno Apartments are home to 350 seniors living with support in their own apartment suites. Four apartment buildings have been built since 1982 with the newest one opening in 2010. Sporting a putting green, living waters garden, 1 acre courtyard, Fireside Café, Fireside Treasures Gift Shop and 2 chapels, Menno Place is buzzing with activity. A very special community for seniors.
Moving to Menno Place can be a significant transition for seniors. To apply for the waitlist for Menno Apartments (Independent Living and Assisted Living Private Pay), go to our website and click on Steps to Move Here. On that webpage, you will find current pricing as well as photos of all of our apartment suites.
You can always call us at 604.851.4000 to ask for information, join an open house or set a time to drop-in for a quick tour.
Moving to Menno Home, Menno Hospital or Terrace East Assisted Living takes place through a Fraser Health assessment of your care needs. This involves inviting a Fraser Health Case Manager to do a formal assessment. You do this by phoning Fraser Health at 1.855.412.2121. If you need the type of care that we provide (Assisted Living or Residential Complex Care), you will be put on a waitlist that is managed through Fraser Health. You may request a move to Menno Place as your first choice. When an opening is available, you will be contacted by Fraser Health and they will give you a 24hour timeline to move into your new home.