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Note:  Brochures on these Resources can be picked up at the Okotoks & District Seniors Club

Adult Day Programs  -  Through Alberta Health Services, under continuing care services - To assist in independent living

External link opens in new tab or windowAlberta 55 Plus - Lifelong fitness through active living.  Okotoks is in Zone 2 for Alberta (total of 8 zones in Alberta).  Many activities for seniors, qualifiers go on to the Summer/Winter games, and the best of these go to the Canada 55 games.

External link opens in new tab or windowAlberta Blue Cross  -  Once on the page, click on "find a plan"

Healthy Living Program  -  Through Alberta Health Services - once on site click on "Healthy Living"

External link opens in new tab or windowCalgary Rural Primary Care Network (CRPCN)  -  In collaboration with your family doctor works to maintain your current good health, manage health challenges, and prevent issues from becoming serious.  Offers various classes i.e. exercises, living with chronic pain, food choices etc.

External link opens in new tab or windowAlberta Supports Center  -  Helping you find and apply for family and social supports

External link opens in new tab or windowBenefits Finder - At Service Canada, find out what federal, provincial and territorial programs and services you may be eligible for

External link opens in new tab or windowElder Abuse  -  Once on the page, click on province

External link opens in new tab or windowEmergency Alerts for Albertans - Sign up (or download the app) to stay informed during Town of Okotoks emergencies

Food Bank, Okotoks  -  Providing emergency food assistance to local families in need

Hospice Society (Foothills Country Hospice Society)  -  Provides specialized, compassionate, end of life care to adults and support for their loved ones.  A registered charity.

Immigrant Services for Foothills Community  -  Providing comprehensive settlement and integration services throughout the M.D. of Foothills and Southern Alberta to meet the diverse needs to immigrants, refugees and community partners.

External link opens in new tab or windowLiving Strong - Alberta Council on Aging- for all information go to

Meals On Wheels Okotoks  -  Provides the timely delivery of nutritious, affordable meals to persons living in Okotoks who have difficulty procuring or preparing food, delivering Monday through Friday at noontime (excluding stat holidays).  Partnered with Sandstone Lodge Food Services Department - call 403-938-6404.  To volunteer as a driver call 403-498-7291 or email

Mesothelioma information - Two websites - External link opens in new tab or windowCanadian based (offers a free book of 100 questions and answers) and External link opens in new tab or windowUSA based (work one-on-one to help you find what you need) - that give details on what this is, where to find treatment centers and doctors, legal options, veterans, and more

Okotoks Art Council  -  Volunteer-based organization on a mission to create and maintain a vibrant arts energy.

External link opens in new tab or windowOkotoks Public Library:  Phone 403-938-2220.  Providing opportunities that enrich, inspire and empower individuals, with access to so much more than books - free public computers, unlimited Wi-Fi, printing, scanning & photocopying, study rooms, curbside pickup, exam proctoring, and a large digital collection at External link opens in new tab or   

External link opens in new tab or windowOkotoks Transit  -  They are operating as usual during the pandemic but are reducing trip windows to decrease shared ridership, and assisting local grocery stores with deliveries of groceries within the transit area.  As of January 1, 2022, they are operating 7 days a week, and new rates are in effect (buy in bulk to save) at External link opens in new tab or

Palliative Care  -  and end-of-life care - Information through Alberta Health Services

Retirement Living in Okotoks  -  The Heartland

External link opens in new tab or windowRetirement Living in Black Diamond, High River, Okotoks and Turner Valley  -  The Westwinds communities:  independent living at Glen Mead Park, Sheep River House, Spitzee House, Soderberg House, Valley Villa); supported living at High Country Lodge, Sandstone Lodge and Medicine Tree Manor; affordable housing (near market housing, rent subsidy program, community housing)

Rural Community Care  -  Through Alberta Health Services:  assistance in finding and providing resources to promote and maintain health; curative intervention, health promotion and teaching; support and maintenance; end-of-life care.  No website - contact information as follows:

           Black Diamond Health Unit at Oilfields Hospital - 403-933-8505

           High River Home Care Program - 403-652-5445

           Nanton Health Unit - 403-646-2277

           Okotoks Health & Wellness Centre - 403-995-2600

Rowan House  -  A short-term emergency women's shelter located in the Foothills of Southern Alberta

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Town Taxi  - 403-975-2233

Volunteer Resource Centre - Through the Town of Okotoks - to learn more about this and other services, or to apply as a volunteer, or call 403-938-8936