Cranbrook Community Response Network

Situated in southeast BC, Cranbrook is the largest urban area in the East Kootenay Region. About 20% of the area’s over 26,000 residents are seniors 65 and over. Originally a place populated by the Ktunaxa peoples, whose name is where Kootenay originates, the area that became Cranbrook was sold to Colonel James Baker and other European settlers. Baker renamed the area after his home in Kent, England. Cranbrook historically known as industrial hub for forestry and mining.

Come celebrate World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2020 at the Cranbrook Seniors Hall on June 15th! 

Communities Served:

  • Cranbrook
  • Kimberley

Coordinators:
Sandy Zeznik
Phone: (250) 417-9376

Laurie Harris
Phone: (250) 426-8833

Regional Mentor:
Doug Newberry

Host Agency:
Better at Home/SIP

Community Contact List:
2019 Community Contact List – Cranbrook

This contact information will put you in touch with people who are able to give you more information about services in your area. They are typically available during business hours Monday to Friday. Should this be an emergency situation, please consider calling your local RCMP detachment or the Police authority for your area.

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