Lifeline at Home
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HomeSafe with AutoAlert fall detection
Lifeline On-the-Go
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On the Go Mobile System

Why Victoria Lifeline is the #1 Medical Alert Service in Manitoba

For over 35 years Victoria Lifeline has helped people lead safe and independent lives across the province.
As part of the Victoria Hospital Foundation, we are integrated into the healthcare system and reinvest profits to advance healthcare.

Our Purpose

Supporting 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 helps them lead healthier and more independent lives. We offer our services to over 350 communities across the province.


Your safety
is our priority.

Contact us today and discover how our medical alert service can provide you or your loved ones with peace of mind and quick assistance in any emergency.

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A community partner of the
Victoria Hospital Foundation

As a local not-for-profit, in partnership with the Victoria Hospital Foundation, we are invested in the health and well-being of the people in our community. Whether you’re being discharged from the hospital or living with a chronic condition, our goal is to help you live at home for as long as possible.

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What Our Subscribers Have Said About Us

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What We Offer

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Local Support & Professional Installation

Lifeline is so much more than a help button. We install the equipment in your home & provide free, ongoing service for as long as you have Lifeline.

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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

Book a no-obligation in-home or virtual consultation with a trained fall prevention educator to assess your individual needs & find a service plan that’s right for you.

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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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Subsidy Program

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

Sharing Is Caring

Our Blog features useful Guides & Tips for Older Adults and Caregivers.

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