S.U.C.C.E.S.S. HIV & Hepatitis C Intervention Project

S.U.C.C.E.S.S. aims to help the community overcome barriers to the Canada health care system by providing knowledge and connection to a healthy life. S.U.C.C.E.S.S., in collaboration with Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS), was funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) to develop a HIV & Hepatitis C Intervention Project targeting immigrants and refugees, in particular ethno-cultural communities such as Chinese, Filipino, Vietnamese, and South Asians, in the Lower Mainland. Our project is expected to raise awareness and to strengthen the capacity and knowledge of community workers, and the immigrant and refugee communities to prevent infection and improve health outcomes. Our educational workshops provide information on the introduction to the Canada health care system, basic knowledge on HIV & Hep C, risks of transmission, preventive measures and treatment. Come to our workshops and get FREE testing!

Program offers:

– FREE health awareness workshops and testing.

What you will learn:
  •   What is Hepatitis C (Hep C) and HIV?
  •   Symptoms
  •   Risk Factors
  •   Transmission
  •   Prevention & Treatment
  •   Health Sources
Workshop Locations:
  •   Vancouver
  •   Richmond
  •   Coquitlam
  •   Surrey
  •   Burnaby

– Refer clients to get tested and/or receive treatment, if needed.


– Support individual needs.


– Provide clients a linkage to the health system.

Follow Up:

-Follow Up with clients who are willing to be connected.


– Help clients get connected and get the support they need.

View Program Flyer

For inquires and registration contact us at:

38W Pender Street, Vancouver BC V6B

1R6, Canada

Tel: 604-408-7274 ext.1084 and 1381

Email: [email protected]

Visit our Facebook page:

Check out our latest media coverage by CTV News Vancouver and Talentvision TV (May 12, 2018 Part I Interview starts at 2:57).

Upcoming workshops/events:
With the recent events regarding COVID-19 impacting our daily routines, we have temporarily cancelled our in-person workshops, and have moved online. For more information, mail us at [email protected], or visit our Facebook page

“Production of the HIV and Hepatitis C Intervention Project has been made possible through funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the view of the Public Health Agency of Canada.”

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Chinese Meals on Wheels for Burnaby

Wheels Society In partnership with
Burnaby Meals on Wheels Society

555 Carrall Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
V6B 2J8

Telephone: 604-608-8811

S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Simon K.Y. Lee Seniors Care Home has been preparing the meals for the Chinese Meals on Wheels (CMOW) since October 2003. Ever since, meal orders had increased from 30 to 200 meals per day.

Due to increasing demands from the Burnaby residents for the Chinese Meals on Wheels service, the S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Simon K.Y. Lee Seniors Care Home and a group of volunteers initiated the service to Burnaby in September 2004. It is becoming well known to the community and we receive many meal order requests from residents all over the Burnaby area. In order to meet the needs of all residents in Burnaby area, effective from June 11, 2007, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Simon K.Y. Lee Seniors Care home in partnership with the Burnaby Meals on Wheels Society will provide Chinese hot meals to residents living in the city of Burnaby. The Care Home will prepare Chinese hot meals and have a Chinese speaking volunteer to receive applications and meal orders between 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Monday to Friday by phone. The Burnaby Meals on Wheels Society will coordinate the volunteers to deliver meals to the recipients.

Burnaby Meals on Wheels Information Registration


To enable seniors and people with physical limitations and / or medical conditions who are living in Burnaby to benefit from the program by delivering hot and well balanced meals to their homes. Its goal is to ensure that the person in need can maintain their independence while living at home.


  • Meal recipients must reside in Burnaby.
  • Seniors living alone, frail elderly, and individuals with medical conditions, in the process of recovery, who are unable to prepare meals for themselves.

Benefits to Clients:

  • Proper nutrition
  • Independence in their own homes
  • Short term convalescent help
  • Security checks by volunteers
  • Social contact with volunteers

Delivery Days:

Hot meals are delivered on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. There are no deliveries on statutory holidays. Frozen Western meals can be arranged with request.

Delivery Time:

Hot meals will be delivered by volunteers to the service recipients between 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Clients must be at home to accept delivery. Alternate arrangement for delivery can be made. Clients must contact the coordinator of the Burnaby Meals on Wheels Society or the intake volunteer at Simon K.Y. Lee Seniors Care Home prior to the day’s delivery. There will be no contact with drivers once they leave the depot to deliver their route. Meals can be delivered to the client’s neighbor or frozen at the depot and then delivered during the next delivery day along with regular meal delivery. Due to health hazards, the driver cannot leave a meal at the door if no one is home to accept the delivery. A meal charge will be applied to all undeliverable meals.

Meal costs:

  • Western Meal $7.00
  • Chinese Meal $7.00
  • Frozen Meal $6.50
  • Frozen Breakfast $6.50
  • Bag Lunch $4.00


Meals are invoiced every month. The invoice will be sent directly to the clients or as directed by a relative or agency. Payment may be made by cheque (payable to Burnaby Meals on Wheels Society), cash, money order or by credit card. For new clients, the Society requires clients to stay a minimum of two weeks on the program. The first two weeks of service are payable in advance according to the number of
meals ordered. Advance payment is non-refundable. After the 2 week trial period, meals will continue to be delivered and meals will be billed on a monthly basis unless cancelled.

Application for Burnaby Chinese Meals on Wheels:

  • Through S.U.C.C.E.S.S Simon K.Y. Lee Seniors Care Home – You can approach the Care Home or call the Chinese Meals on Wheels telephone line at 604-608-8811for registration. Service will begin within two business day of registration.
  • Through Burnaby Meals on Wheels Society – You can approach the Society for registration. The referral form should be filled out and faxed or mailed to the Burnaby Meals on Wheels office. Registration may also be done by phone at 604-299-5754. The referral form can be completed personally by a family member, case manager or doctor. Once this information is obtained, service can start within two business days.

Cancellation of the service:

A two business days notice is required to stop meal delivery on a temporary or permanent basis. The service recipient can either contact S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Simon K.Y. Lee Seniors Care Home or the Burnaby Meals on Wheels Society for cancellation. Without proper notice, meals will continue to be charged to the recipients.


S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Simon K. Y. Lee Seniors Care Home
Intake phone line: 604-608-8811
Monday to Friday from 9:30 am – 12:30pm
Program coordinator: Ms. Belinda Wong
Phone number: 604-608-8830
Fax number:604-408-6728
Email: [email protected]Office and Correspondence:
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Simon K. Y. Lee Seniors Care Home
555 Carrall Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 2J8
Burnaby Meals on Wheels Society
Telephone: 604-299-5754
Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 2:00 PM
Program Manager: Kim Mitchell
Phone number: 604-299-5754
Fax number: 604-299-3755
Email : [email protected]
Website: Office and correspondence:
Burnaby Meals on Wheels Society
2055 Rosser Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 0H1

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S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Health Service addresses the community need for health care and wellness. We deliver a continuum of health care services covering assisted living, adult day centre and multi-level care for seniors. We also serve outreach programs such as Meals on Wheels and volunteer hospice visitation. In addition, we provide health and wellness workshops, a wellness resource centre for the general public, as well as organize public health fairs in collaboration with health service providers.