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Overview

It is estimated the number of seniors in Alberta will double, from over half a million today, to over 1.1 million by 2040. The anticipated demand for continuing care services will grow by 62% by the year 2030.

The continuing care capital program was announced in March 2021 to increase the number of continuing care spaces in Alberta. The program is comprised of grant-funding streams to:

  • develop continuing care capacity with Indigenous groups and organizations
  • modernize existing facilities
  • develop new spaces in priority communities
  • develop small home settings

A capital grant process is now available to replace, upgrade, or renovate existing aged facilities in priority communities to align with modern standards.

Capital grant processes focused on generating new continuing care capacity in priority communities and developing small home environments for 14 or fewer people will be introduced in the future.

Funding

The Alberta government has committed up to $204 million in Budget 2022 for the Continuing Care Capital Program. Project proposals received from eligible applicants in all funding streams are assessed on a competitive basis for this one-time grant funding.

How to apply

Indigenous groups and organizations

Indigenous groups and organizations were invited to apply for the Continuing Care Capital Program – Indigenous Stream in August 2021. The application submission date closed in December 2021.

Successful projects will be announced soon.

Modernizing existing facilities

We are now accepting applications through the Continuing Care Capital Program – Modernization Stream.

The application deadline is Friday, January 6, 2023, at 4:30 pm.

This one-time grant is to modernize existing continuing care homes in priority communities identified by Alberta Health Services and that meet the eligibility criteria outlined in the Grant Application Process.

Eligible applicants are invited to apply for a grant to either replace, upgrade, or renovate existing facilities to align with modern standards.

Eligible applicants must be a legal entity located in the Province of Alberta and include not-for-profit and for-profit organizations, housing management bodies and municipalities operating existing continuing care homes in need of modernization in these communities:

  • Airdrie
  • Bonnyville
  • Calgary
  • Edmonton
  • Fort Macleod
  • Lamont County
  • Leduc County
  • Linden
  • Mayerthorpe
  • Medicine Hat
  • Ponoka
  • Sherwood Park
  • Spruce Grove
  • St. Albert
  • Stony Plain
  • Vermilion

Grant application documents

Download these documents for the Continuing Care Capital Program – Modernization grants:

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Contact

Connect with the Continuing Care Capital Program:
Email: [email protected]

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