We promise to journey with you, through end-of-life and grief, for as long as you need us. We promise to have the difficult conversations about death, dying and grief, hearing your unique story and responding with compassion.
What We Offer
Grief Counselling: Through Sage Centre, we provide programs and services that guide grieving children, teens, adults and families as they face advanced illness and life after the death of someone close to them (including sudden or accidental deaths).
Support through Advanced Illness: Through Rosedale Hospice, located in the quiet NW neighbourhood of Rosedale, we provide 24-hour end-of-life care for adult cancer patients. Through Sage Centre, we also offer individual and group support for those living with advanced illness.
Education: We offer presentations and accredited workshops and can deliver them to groups and schools, customizing the content, location and format to the audience.
Resources: We develop information, tools and resources for grieving children, teens, and their families, as well as for those living with advanced illness and their family members. Our resources are also available to support volunteers, professionals and community advocates in their day-to-day work.
Our Community Support
Hospice Calgary is a not-for-profit organization and fundraising allows us to offer services at both Sage Centre and Rosedale Hospice. We gratefully acknowledge the generosity of our many donors and community partners, including Alberta Health Services.
Our Mission & Values
Mission: To help families and individuals achieve support, hope & well-being through compassionate end-of-life and bereavement care.
Vision: To be an innovative leader for compassionate, holistic, family-centred end-of-life and bereavement care.
We Value and Embrace:
- Ethical practice
- Family-centred care
- High-quality service
Diversity Makes Us Stronger
We value respect and equality for all families and individuals. Hospice Calgary staff provide quality supportive care with compassion and empathy while preserving dignity. Hospice Calgary provides employment and services to individuals regardless of age, physical or mental disability, ethnicity, religion, sexual or gender identity, national origin, or sexual orientation.
Hospice Calgary is strongly committed to fair practices for all clients, volunteers, and staff. Our staff are bound by their professional codes of ethics and Hospice Calgary's policies. You are encouraged to ask any questions that may arise for you at any time.