Your Internet Guide To Local Calgary Community Information and Associations

Auburn Heights Retirement Residence

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21 Auburn Bay Street S.E.
Calgary, AB
T3M 2A9

403.234.9695

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Visit Calgary’s newest luxury retirement community. Auburn Heights Retirement Residence is located in the community of Auburn Bay across the street from the South Health Campus. This community has been designed for an enjoyable, safe and active lifestyle and offers the highest quality of services, amenities and activities. This is our commitment to Aging-In-Place; from independent living to a secured memory care unit, we can keep families together. Come check out this exceptional choice for todays most discerning seniors. Proudly Canadian Owned.

Accessible Housing Society

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Suite #215, 1212 31st Ave NE
Calgary, AB
T2E 7S8

403.282.1872

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We match people’s unique needs with an affordable and accessible home plus we provide help with almost any support they might need so they can overcome the challenges that led them to homelessness in the first place.

Alberta Senior Citizen’ Housing Association (ASCHA)

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9711 47 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
T6E 5M7

780.439.6473

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The Alberta Senior Citizen’ Housing Association (ASCHA) is a dynamic, experienced and warm association representing approximately 60% of the seniors living sector in Alberta. Our Membership serves 30,000 + seniors across the province. Regular Members are independent and supportive living operators in Alberta from the voluntary not-for-profit, public not-for-profit and private sectors. ASCHA represents the full spectrum of seniors housing options, including over 2500 designated assisted living (DAL) units, with an integrated perspective.

Alberta Continuing Care

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P.O. Box 1360, Station Main
Edmonton, AB
T5J 2N3

780.644.8428

ASAL@gov.ab.caWebsite

Alberta’s continuing care system provides Albertans with the health, personal care and accommodation services they need to support their independence and quality of life.

Calgary West Seniors Housing Society

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11 Varsity Estates View NW
Calgary, AB
T3B 5G5

780.286.7402

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Providing low and moderate income seniors, who are functionally independent, with a self-contained apartment style suite. Please visit Senior Citizens Self-Contained Housing Program for more information.

Bethany Care Society Housing Care and Services

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1001 17 Street NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 2E5

403.210.4600

info@bethanycare.comWebsite

Bethany Care Society is one of Western Canada’s largest voluntary, not–for–profit providers of health, housing and community services for seniors and persons with disabilities. A faith–based organization founded in 1945, Bethany provides service to more than 5,400 Albertans in over 100 communities.

Kerby Centre Housing Search

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1133 7 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2P 1B2

403.265.0661

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Live where you want to! Kerby Housing has information on all types of accommodation for older adults.

Silvera for Seniors (formerly known as MCF Housing for Seniors)

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804, 7015 Macleod Trail SW
Calgary, AB
T2H 2K6

403.276.5541

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For 50 years, Silvera for Seniors (formerly known as MCF Housing for Seniors) has provided affordable housing for Calgary seniors from all walks of life. Our communities span all four quadrants of the city, offering independent and supportive living options for seniors of low-to-moderate income – homes that are safe, accessible, and affordable.

Calgary Seniors Resource Society (CSRS)

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3639 26 Street NE
Calgary, AB
T1Y 5E1

403.266.6200

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Calgary Seniors' Resource Society offers innovative and creative services that support seniors. Our vision is that seniors are thriving and valued members of the community.

City of Calgary Home Maintenance Services

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800 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 5E6

403.476.7266

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The City of Calgary home maintenance services for seniors 65 years or older. Must qualify.

Education Property Tax Assistance for Seniors program

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PO Box 3100
Edmonton, AB
T5J 4W3

1.877.644.9992

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The Education Property Tax Assistance for Seniors program provides a rebate to assist eligible senior homeowners with the year-to-year increases in the education portion of their property taxes.

Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program for Persons with Disabilities (RRAP Disabilities)

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200, 1000 7th Avenue S.W.
Calgary, AB
T2P 5L5

403.515.3000

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Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) offers financial assistance to allow homeowners and landlords to pay for modifications to make their property more accessible to persons with disabilities. These modifications are intended to eliminate physical barriers, imminent safety risks and improve the ability to meet the demands of daily living within the home.

Alberta Government Seniors and Community Support

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Calgary, AB

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Alberta government seniors and community support services

Bethany Care Society Housing Care and Services

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1001 17 Street NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 2E5

403.210.4600

info@bethanycare.comWebsite

Bethany Care Society is dedicated to building caring relationships with the residents and clients we serve. We offer continuing care, supportive living, independent living and services that celebrate the independent spirit of seniors and persons with disabilities throughout central and southern Alberta.

Canadian Caregiver Coalition

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Calgary, AB

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The Canadian Caregiver Coalition is the national voice for the needs and interests of family caregivers. We are a bilingual, not-for-profit organization made up of caregivers, caregiver support groups, national stakeholder organizations and researchers. We provide leadership in identifying and responding to the needs of caregivers in Canada. The Canadian Caregiver Coalition works collaboratively to represent and promote the needs and interests of family caregivers with all levels of government, and the community.

Long Term Care Planning Network

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Calgary, AB

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The Long Term Care Planning Network (LTCPN) is Canada’s national resource centre for aging and care planning, education and resources. Founded by Karen Henderson, we have created everything you and your family need to plan for your aging and long term care needs.

Alberta Health Services Family Caregiver Centre

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1070 Mcdougall Road NE
Calgary, AB
T2E 7Z2

403.955.1674.

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Services include information, linkage to health care and community services, an understanding and supportive person to talk with, as well as educational opportunities. A library with books, videos and articles for loan and regular newsletters are available.

Calgary Meals on Wheels

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5759 80 Avenue SE
Calgary, AB
T2C 4S6

403.243.2834

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We prepare and deliver nutritious, quality, and affordable meals to anyone in Calgary, regardless of age or income. Short-term or long-term, we are here to help! We offer 5 different programs serving individuals, families, schools, non-profit agencies, and community groups.

Hospice Calgary

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1245 70 Avenue SE
Calgary, AB
T2H 2X8

403.263.4525

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In a compassionate enviroment, Hospice Calgary embraces children, teens and adults coping with life-threatening illness, sudden or expected death. At Sage Centre and Rosedale Hospice, our specialists provide individual counselling, group support, workshops and 24-hour end-of-life care.

Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Network

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Calgary, AB

403.287.3143

raynell.mcdonough@calgary.caWebsite

If you are experiencing abuse or neglect, or if you suspect that an older adult is being harmed or mistreated, there is help available in the Calgary area.

Alberta Aids to Daily Living

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10th Fl, Milner Building 10040 104 Street
Edmonton, AB
T5J 0Z2

780.427.0731

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The Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) program helps Albertans with a long-term disability, chronic illness or terminal illness to maintain their independence at home, in lodges or group homes by providing financial assistance to buy medical equipment and supplies.

Alzheimer Society of Calgary

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201, 222 58 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2H 2S3

403.290.0110

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We provide direct local help and support to people in Calgary and surrounding area who are impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Primarily, we offer support, education and respite programs for people living with dementia, their family members and caregivers.

Alzheimer Society of Alberta

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303 6707 Elbow Drive SW
Calgary, AB
T2V 0E5

403.457.4387

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The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories exists to: heighten awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia; provide support services; and, support research into the cause and a cure for this disease.

Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)

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500, 1520 4 Street SW
Calgary, AB
T2R 1H5

403.297.8511

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The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) program provides financial and health-related assistance to eligible adults with a disability. The disability must be permanent and substantially limit the person’s ability to earn a living. AISH clients may also be eligible to receive supplemental assistance (a child benefit and personal benefits) through the AISH program.

Calgary Health Region

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Calgary, AB

1.866.408.5465

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We are the skilled and dedicated health professionals, support staff, volunteers and physicians who promote wellness and provide health care every day to approximately 3.8 million Albertans, as well as to many residents of southwestern Saskatchewan, southeastern British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. Alberta Health Services (AHS) has over 104,000 employees, including approximately 96,100 direct AHS employees and almost 8,000 staff working in AHS wholly-owned subsidiaries such as Carewest, CapitalCare Group and Calgary Laboratory Services (excluding Covenant Health staff), 17,600 volunteers and almost 8,400 physicians.

International Council on Active Aging Foot Health

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Calgary, AB

866.335.9777

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ICAA's mission is to promote Active Aging as a solution to improving the quality of life for older adults. Our efforts are directed at helping businesses excel in serving the 50+ population, and at helping that population serve itself.

Health Canada - Division of Aging and Seniors

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Calgary, AB

1.866.225.0709

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Canadians are enjoying longer life spans and better health than ever before. The proportion of seniors in the Canadian population is expected to double by 2025. Health Canada is proactively conducting research and planning to better understand the needs of Canadian seniors and to ensure that programs and services respond to Canada's demographic aging.

Calgary Meals on Wheels

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5759 80 Avenue SE
Calgary, AB
T2C 4S6

403.243.2834

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We prepare and deliver nutritious, quality, and affordable meals to anyone in Calgary, regardless of age or income. Short-term or long-term, we are here to help! We offer 5 different programs serving individuals, families, schools, non-profit agencies, and community groups.

Parkinson Alberta

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102, 5636 Burbank Cres SE
Calgary, AB
T2H1Z6

403.243.9901

info@parkinsonalberta.caWebsite

Parkinson Alberta is dedicated to helping people and families of Alberta who live with Parkinson disease and related disorders. Our core services include supportive counselling, support groups for people with Parkinson disease and their caregivers, learning resources, referrals, peer program, in-service community awareness programs and speech therapy.

How to avoid falling Alberta Health Services

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Calgary, AB

1.866.408.5465

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How seniors can prevent falls. Our expert Dr. David Hogan is the Brenda Strafford Foundation Chair in Geriatric Medicine at the University of Calgary.

Nutrition for Seniors Alberta Helath Services

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Calgary, AB

1.866.408.5465

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A Registered Dietitian provides information about heart healthy, low fat eating to patients referred due to high cholesterol, high lipids and/or high blood pressure.

Parking Cards from the Alberta Government for People with Disabilities

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Calgary, AB

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A parking placard and/or disabled licence plate enables those unable to walk 50 metres (150 feet) to use specially designated parking facilities. The placards are issued to individuals who provide proof of eligibility under this program. An applicant requesting plates must either have the vehicle(s) registered in the name of the person with the disability or be a joint owner on the vehicle registration.

Health Canada Seniors Frequently Asked Questions

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Calgary, AB

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Health Canada seniors frequently asked questions reagrding health issues.

Calgary Sexual Health Centre

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304, 301 14th Street NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 2A1

403.283.5580

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Have you ever wondered why no one talks about sexuality after 60? A group of dedicated seniors has been working to provide insight into just that. This committed and tenacious group has been meeting, laughing and sharing their experiences with love, loss and sexuality to create a series of stage readings, monologues and digital stories.

Alberta Council on Aging

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Box 9, 11808 St. Albert Trail
Edmonton, AB
T5L 4G4

1.888.423.9666

info@acaging.caWebsite

Alberta Council on Aging's membership is comprised of groups, individuals and organizations in the province of Alberta. Alberta Council on Aging is Alberta's only provincial non-profit, charitable, non-government umbrella organization representing seniors. Funding is obtained through donations, grants and membership fees.

Bow Cliff Seniors

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608 Poplar Road SW
Calgary, AB
T3C 2Z7

403.246.0390

info@bowcliffseniors.orgWebsite

If you find yourself with more time in your schedule, come out and make a friend and join one of the many activities designed for Active Living for Older Adults. Socializing is an important way to keep mentally healthy and active. Play a game, join a class, or come for coffee. We're here to help you find services that let you stay comfortable in your own home.

+55 Activity Centre Confederation Park

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2212 13 Street NW
Calgary, AB
T2M 4P7

403.289.4780

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We now boast over 700 members with a volunteer base of about 300. There are 40 plus classes offered throughout the year, as well as numerous special events, dances, club activities and seminars. We’re the Calgary Seniors’ Centre with a ton of fun activities! Drop by the Centre for a coffee and sign up for a membership. We’d love to have you join us. For more information call (403) 289-4780.

+ 55 Connections Social Club

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City Wide
Calgary, AB

403.281.0667

If you are single and 55 years of age or over and near retirement or already retired you may be interested in expanding your social network. +55 Connections is a group for singles to meet for activities and friendship. This is not a matchmaking service. We provide a comfortable atmosphere for everyone that would like to meet others their own age that have similar interests and wish to enjoy a fun filled social life with friends. Activities include pot luck dinners, games nights, lunches, and picnics in the summer. Come and meet us for coffee any Thursday morning at 10:30 am. For more information call Sylvia at 403-281-0667 or Joan at 403-242-7793 for more information.

Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association (CCECA)

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111 Riverfront Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2P 4Y8

403.269.6122

cceca@cceca.caWebsite

Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association (CCECA) is a non-profit social service organization. It has been serving seniors and new immigrants citywide since 1985. It provides a great variety of services and programs, from social activities and community support to health services. Its current membership exceeds 5,100 people. We empower and advocate for Chinese older adults to live a happy and independent life. To provide a supportive environment for the enhancement of the well-being of older adults.

Calgary South West Seniors Club

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11024 Braeside Drive SW
Calgary, AB
T2W 0C3

403.281.0715

We are a fun loving group that meets every Thursday morning from 10:00 to 1:00. We have a live band (old time fiddles, piano, guitar) and dance until noon, then once a month have a pot luck dinner ($4.00), a bring your own bag lunch for the rest of the month. We have special catered dinners for Easter, and Christmas, announcements, for other weekly activities, such as bowling, cards and coffee and a 50/50 draw.

FLC Seniors Club

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11150 Bonaventure Drive SE
Calgary, AB
T2J 6R9

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The FLC Seniors Club is a non-profit organization operating out of the Trico Centre in South East Calgary. Membership is available to all seniors over the age of 55, and to their spouses over the age of 50. Our mission is to enhance the positive qualities of our membership and create a nurturing, stable environment which encourages seniors to continue to be active, respected and vital members of their community.

Golden Age Club

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610 8 Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 0M1

403.262.6342

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The golden Age Club was established in 1950 as a seniors club long before any other seniors organization in Calgary. If you are 35 years old or older this is a friendly club for you.

Good Companions 50 Plus Club

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2609 - 19 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T3E 0E9

403.249.6991

gc50plus@email.comWebsite

We are a non-profit organization, created in 1974. Our mission is to promote heightened quality of 50 plus life through education, recreation, and wellness activities in an environment fostering fun, social interaction, and community involvement. Everyone who is 50 years and older are welcome to join the Club. We currently have over 350 members from Calgary and the surrounding areas.

Greater Forest Lawn 55+ Society

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3425 – 26Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2B 2P2

403.272.4661

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Greater Forest Lawn 55+ Society welcomes all adults to take part in our activities. We provide social and recreational activities, information, classes, workshops, outreach services, trips, health and much more. Our goal is to keep you young, active and as independent as possible in a friendly and happy environment.

Ogden House Seniors Club

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2102 69 Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2C 3Y4

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We are a welcoming place that gives purpose to our lives by keeping us involved socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. We are a socially active service organization for the community.

Open Door Senior Fellowship

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First Baptist Church, 1307 4 Street SW
Calgary, AB
T2R 0X9

403.269.7900

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Open Door Senior Fellowship is a warm, friendly place for seniors aged 55+ to learn and grow together, offering a variety of activities Monday-Friday, 9:30am to 3:30pm. Annual membership $20/person with $2 activity fees. Monthly luncheons and day trips priced individually. Come and join our welcoming group, where the coffee pot is always on! Located at First Baptist Church, 1307 4 Street SW. 403.269.7900

Parkdale Nifty Fifties

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3512 5 Ave NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 0V7

403.283.0620

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We provide a place where seniors 50+ can come together to enjoy Social Events, Workshops, Programs, that match their unique needs and social interests. We recognize that Seniors strengthen the community and we are committed to offering a place to enhance their physical and emotional wellbeing.

Second Sixties Outdoor Club

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2212 13 St NW
Calgary, AB
T2M 4P7

403.259.0209

ino@secondsixties.caWebsite

For over 30 years, the Second Sixties Outdoor Club, based in Calgary, Alberta has provided year round outdoor activities for seniors who share a love of the outdoors and enjoy opportunities to socialize with a group of like-minded individuals.

Seniors Alpine Ski Club

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1111 Memorial Drive NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 3E4

mail@seniorsalpineskiclub.comWebsite

Located in Calgary, the Club is a meeting ground for members 55+ to share with others their love of downhill skiing in the Canadian Rockies and beyond. The Club attracts fun-loving, interesting people from all walks of life. The Club offers affordable prices for ski tours at locations with some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Also offered are ski days, ski improvement programs, carpooling, and social functions that include monthly dinners and semi-annual dinner/dances as well as an annual summer barbecue and the Jack De Lorme Golf Day.

Skrastins Outdoor Club

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Calgary Area
Calgary, AB

403.568.8002

skrastinsclub@live.caWebsite

Our members are active seniors (55+ yrs) who participate in day trips every Friday to hike, cross country ski, and snow shoe on established trails, mainly in the foothills and mountain parks west of Calgary. Our group offers security in being with others and comfortable coach bus transportation. Activities include city walks during the shoulder seasons. Different levels of fitness and ability are accommodated. New members and guests are welcome. To learn more about Skrastins Outdoor Club, please contact us by using the email icon above or by phone at 403 568 8002. Our website contains details of the upcoming Friday hike and the trip schedule for our summer hikes.

Kerby Centre

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1133 7 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2P 1B2

403.265.0661

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Located in the heart of Calgary, Alberta, Kerby Centre is a not-for-profit organization, committed to enhancing the lives of older adults. Since 1973, Kerby Centre has evolved into one of Canada’s flagship agencies; setting the standard for older adult services, information, and programming. Serving 25,000 people each year, Kerby Centre strives to assist older adults to live as well as possible, for as long as possible, as residents in the community.

Accessible Trans- portation Services. Access Calgary

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Calgary, AB

403.262.1000

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Access Calgary is responsible for managing the eligibility, booking, scheduling and dispatching shared-ride, door-to-door public transportation services for Calgarians with disabilities.

Alberta Government Seniors Information

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Calgary, AB

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Find all the seniors services the Alberta government provides.

Alberta Seniors Benefit Program

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P.O. Box 3100
Edmonton, AB
T5J 4W3

1.877.644.9992

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The Alberta Seniors Benefit program provides support in addition to the federal benefits received under Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement, Federal Allowance and the GST credit. It is based on income and provides monthly benefits to eligible seniors.

Calgary Aldermanic Offices

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800 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 5E6

403.476.7266

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Calgary City Council consists of the Mayor and 14 City Aldermen, one representing each of the city's 14 wards. The council is the main governing and legislative body for the City of Calgary. City Aldermen also sit on Boards, Commissions and Committees within The City of Calgary.

Alzheimer Society of Calgary

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201, 222 58 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2H 2S3

403.290.0110

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We provide direct local help and support to people in Calgary and surrounding area who are impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Primarily, we offer support, education and respite programs for people living with dementia, their family members and caregivers.

Alzheimer Society of Alberta

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303 6707 Elbow Drive SW
Calgary, AB
T2V 0E5

403.457.4387

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The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories exists to: heighten awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia; provide support services; and, support research into the cause and a cure for this disease.

Bowmont Seniors Assistance Association

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5000 Bowness Road NW
Calgary, AB
T3B 0B9

403.286.1811

thewayin@calgaryfamily.orgWebsite

Supporting programs to address issues and create community solutions so that seniors may live in health, comfort and dignity.

Calgary Community Associations

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Calgary, AB

403.257.0259

online@calgaryarea.comWebsite

Find your local community association and community related services.

Calgary Fire Department

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City Wide
Calgary, AB

311

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The city of Calgary Fire Department partners with agencies and community groups to provide fire and fall prevention education programs to older adults and vulnerable populations. We are strong advocates for the health and safety of all Seniors. Contact the Calgary Fire Department via 311 to book fire safety talks in your neighbourhood.

Calgary HandiBus Association

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231 37th Avenue NE
Calgary, AB
T2E 8J2

403.276.8028

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Calgary HandiBus is passionate about providing our customers with access to the community and promoting independence. We insist upon serving our customers with honesty and respect, care and dignity. We operate in a cost effective manner, where safety is never compromised. We are proud to strengthen our community and make a difference in people’s lives.

Calgary Health Region

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Calgary, AB

1.866.408.5465

Website

•We are the skilled and dedicated health professionals, support staff, volunteers and physicians who promote wellness and provide health care every day to approximately 3.8 million Albertans, as well as to many residents of southwestern Saskatchewan, southeastern British Columbia and the Northwest Territories.

Calgary Police Service

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5111 47 St. NE
Calgary, AB
T3J 3R2

403.266.1234

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The Calgary Police Service is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In concert with other agencies and the citizens of Calgary, the Calgary Police Service strives to preserve the quality of life in our community by maintaining Calgary as a safe place to live, work and visit.

Calgary Transit

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Calgary, AB

403.262.1000

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Find your local Calgary bus route.

Calgary Chapter Alberta Association on Gerontology

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PO Box 46011, RPO Inglewood
Calgary, AB
T2G 4M7

403.370.5251

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The Alberta Association on Gerontology (AAG) is a province-wide organization that supports persons involved in and concerned with gerontology, in their efforts to enhance the lives of the aging population.

Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association (CCECA)

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111 Riverfront Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2P 4Y8

403.269.6122

cceca@cceca.caWebsite

Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association (CCECA) is a non-profit social service organization. It has been serving seniors and new immigrants citywide since 1985. It provides a great variety of services and programs, from social activities and community support to health services. Its current membership exceeds 5,100 people.

Calgary Seniors Resource Society (CSRS)

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3639 26 Street NE
Calgary, AB
T1Y 5E1

403.266.6200

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Calgary Seniors' Resource Society offers innovative and creative services that support seniors. Our vision is that seniors are thriving and valued members of the community.

Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

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Calgary, AB

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Your contributions to the Canada Pension Plan provide you with a stable and dependable pension you can build on for retirement. Your contributions also provide you and your dependents with basic financial protection if you become disabled or die.

Kerby Centre

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1133 7 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB
T2P 1B2

403.265.0661

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Located in the heart of Calgary, Alberta, Kerby Centre is a not-for-profit organization, committed to enhancing the lives of older adults. Since 1973, Kerby Centre has evolved into one of Canada’s flagship agencies; setting the standard for older adult services, information, and programming. Serving 25,000 people each year, Kerby Centre strives to assist older adults to live as well as possible, for as long as possible, as residents in the community.

Calgary Public Library

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6th Fl, 616 Macleod Trail S.E.
Calgary, AB
T2G 2M2

403.260.2600

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Get your Calgary Public Library card at any branch! Just pay the registration fee and show two pieces of identification one of which shows a current Calgary residential address and the other photo identification.

Calgary Meals on Wheels

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5759 80 Avenue SE
Calgary, AB
T2C 4S6

403.243.2834

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We prepare and deliver nutritious, quality, and affordable meals to anyone in Calgary, regardless of age or income. Short-term or long-term, we are here to help! We offer 5 different programs serving individuals, families, schools, non-profit agencies, and community groups.

Personal Directives Alberta Government

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Calgary, AB

Website

Personal directives are legal documents which allow you to name a decision maker and/or provide written instructions to be followed when, due to illness or injury, you no longer have the capacity to make decisions such as where you will live or the medical treatment you will receive.

Fraud Awareness

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Calgary, AB

Website

Fraud is a serious problem that accounts for billions of dollars in stolen cash, property and credit cards worldwide. It can also take its toll on a person’s credit rating, finances and personal life.

Volunteer Calgary

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1170, 105 12 Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 1A1

403.265.5633

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Volunteer Calgary is a member-based, non-profit management centre working to strengthen organizations in the community. Our services, comprised of training, consulting and project management, are aimed toward increasing the capacity of over 450 non-profit member organizations engaged in building community.

Bethany Care Society

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1001 17 Street NW
Calgary, AB
T2N 2E5

403.210.4600

info@bethanycare.comWebsite

Bethany Care Society is one of Western Canada’s largest voluntary, not–for–profit providers of health, housing and community services for seniors and persons with disabilities. A faith–based organization founded in 1945, Bethany provides service to more than 5,400 Albertans in over 100 communities.