About us

The Good Samaritan Society, a Lutheran Social Service Organization, is a not-for-profit, registered charity with over 65 years of experience providing specialized health and community care services in innovative and caring environments.

Corporate Office

8861 75 Street, Edmonton, AB



Good Samaritan Independent Living

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Each of our Independent Living communities features a unique personality and energy, and offers a full variety of senior living options that you can choose from to suit your specific needs.

Key Benefits of Independent Living (availability varies at each location)

Peace of Mind, Safety and Security

  • Controlled access security
  • TeleCare 24‐hour emergency response system available
  • Fire alarm system includes full fire suppressing sprinkler system
  • Part of a larger community with 24 hour staff on site

Leisure and Social Opportunities

  • Independent, carefree living
  • Socialize with others in the comfort of the fireside lounge, or invite new friends to your own suite
  • Participate in recreation activities on site
  • Volunteer opportunities to enrich the lives of our assisted living residents

Flexibility and Choice

As your needs and preferences change you may access a variety of support services including meals, housekeeping, laundry, 24 hour TeleCare emergency response, recreational and social programming.

As an industry leader in seniors’ care, we are there for you as your needs and opportunities change. Our “Aging in Place” concept provides you with continued independence within your own home and the security of personalized assistance available when needed. We will support you to accommodate your preferences and lifestyle choices whether you’re an active adult that wants a variety of independent living services or whether you want a supportive or assisted living lifestyle.

Good Samaritan Independent Living offers a variety of living options in Alberta and British Columbia:

Life Lease

  • Life Lease is different from outright purchase of a condominium in that residents are required to contribute only a portion of the cost or value of their apartment
  • The financial contribution is called the Entrance Fee. In return for the Entrance Fee the tenant is granted a lifetime lease on their chosen apartment
  • Tenants are responsible for paying a small monthly occupancy expense or rent to cover their share of the operating expenses
  • A Life Lease may be terminated by the tenant for any reason providing notice is given as stated in the agreement
  • When the lease is terminated the full Entrance Fee is refunded, less a small administration fee

In Alberta

In British Columbia

Independent Living

In Alberta

Bring Joy to those in Care

As a charity, The Good Samaritan Society raises funds to provide loving care and quality service to honour the diverse population we serve. Donations to our charity allow us to enhance the programs and services we offer to more than 6000 people.

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