About M.A.S.H.

The Mission Association for Seniors Housing (M.A.S.H.) was registered under the Society Act as a non-profit society in 1999. It is a society made up of several Mission non-profit societies concerned about the lack of affordable housing options in Mission for senior citizens.

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Our Communities

We hope that your life will be enhanced living in our various housing communities. Mission Association for Seniors Housing (M.A.S.H.) and its partners offer a variety of housing and care settings to meet your individual needs. These offerings begin with Independent Living for low to moderate income seniors, both private and subsidized  Supportive/Assisted Living and purchased Life Lease apartments. Each housing community provides access to services such as Social Activity Programs, Community Busy Bus, and other supports.

The Cedars

Designed for your comfort and satisfaction, at The Cedars we provide Assisted Living as an option for seniors who want to maintain an independent lifestyle whether your preference is lively socializing or quiet time in the lounge

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Cedar Valley Manor

The freedom of Maintenance Free Living, right here in your community: Cedar Valley Manor will provide high quality and affordable housing for independent and active seniors in the community of Mission

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Welton Towers

Welton Towers location is preferred by many as it is central to many services in the downtown core. Services in the neighbourhood include city bus exchange, public library, farmers market, post office and several churches

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Boswyk Centre

The facility consists of a 11,000 square foot community centre on the ground floor with 74 studio’s, one and two bedroom units of affordable seniors housing for 55+ in 5 floors above.

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Get Involved

Volunteer programs are currently overseen by the Social/Activity Coordinator. Volunteers are very valuable and we are always recruiting individuals and groups. Regardless of why someone wants to volunteer, each volunteer brings a high level of commitment to their role and the tenants benefit greatly from their contribution.

Volunteers represent the community to the tenants and help show that the tenants have not been forgotten by their community. Volunteers are important to the success of the various recreation programs. They “lend a hand” in many ways including bus outings, one to one visits, crafts and baking, as well as fundraising.

Family members are encouraged to participate as volunteers because it is sometimes an easier way to have a visit when doing things together.