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Why Are We Manitoba's #1 Medical Alert Service?

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24/7 Response

Our Response Centres are available 24/7 and staffed with professionally trained Response Associates.

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No Long-term Contracts

There's no long-term contract so you can use our service for as little or as long as you need.

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Personalized Care Plan

We’ll work with you to create a care plan that works for you. You pick who we call and in what order!

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Local Support

We install the equipment in your home & provide free, ongoing service for as long as you have Lifeline!

Victoria Hospital Foundation

A community partner of the Victoria Hospital Foundation.

For over 35 years, Victoria Lifeline has helped people lead safe & independent lives across the province. We're are integrated into the healthcare system and reinvest profits to advance healthcare.

Our goal is to help you live at home for as long as possible.

Our Purpose

Supporting the independence and well-being of seniors and people living with disabilities


More people in Manitoba choose Victoria Lifeline over any other medical alarm service. Why?  

Because we're so much more than just a help button! We offer Manitobans local, in-home service, setup, support, and education that help assure individuals lead healthier and more independent lives.


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What Our Subscribers Have Said About Us
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Your safety

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What We Offer

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We Have Options For Everybody

Sometimes, one size doesn't fit all. We have several buttons, each designed to meet the needs of different types of individuals. Check out our different service plans!

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Referred by Healthcare Professionals

Healthcare professionals trust us to help their patients live safely at home. With a fast and easy referral process, Victoria Lifeline is integrated into the healthcare system.

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12 Years of BBB Accreditation

We take pride in our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. For the past 12 years, we have maintained a strong relationship with our community and subscribers through honesty, trust, and ethical business practices.

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Free In-Home Consultations

All of our Education Facilitators are trained and certified in fall prevention. Take advantage of our FREE one-on-one consultations today!

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Subsidy Program

To ensure everyone has access to the service, HomeSafe subsidized rates start as low as $21/month for those who qualify.

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MedReady® Medication Dispenser

PERS buttons aren't the only thing that we offer to help keep you safe & independent. MedReady is a simple, affordable & automated way to help manage your medications and make sure they're being taken. 


Sharing Is Caring

Our blog provides useful Guides and Tips
for Older Adult and Caregivers.


How to stay committed to your 2023 resolution

January is often a time for personal reflection as a New Year can gently nudge people in the direction of change. Survey results compiled by the Toronto Star a few years back found that 68 percent of Canadians still make New Year’s resolutions. The top three resolutions were the ubiquitous ‘lose weight’, followed closely by ‘quit smoking’ and ‘stick to a budget’. Even though less than 20 percent of people will make it a full year committed to that resolution, many of us continue to make them anyway. So if you're looking to make a change in 2023, here are a few resolution ideas and more importantly, some advice on how to make that resolultion stick.

5 tips to reduce your risk of a winter fall

November is fall prevention month, the perfect time to learn how to reduce your risk of falling in winter. Even simple activities like walking to your car or grabbing the flyers from the mailbox can be hazardous on our icy roads and sidewalks. Falls are a major threat to the health and well-being of older adults and one in three adults aged 65+ will fall each year. According to the latest stats from the Canadian Institute for Health Information, there were almost 9,000 hospitalizations due to falls on ice, making them the number one reason people get hurt in winter. A serious fall on the ice can result in a debilitating injury and a long-term recovery - this especially holds true for older adults.