The offerings of a dignified life are a gift we give selflessly, for no profit or reward can be greater than to live the example set by our faith.
EMPATHY AND COMPASSION
We are best able to serve by understanding the needs, fears, desires and hopes of those for whom we care.
Families are an integral part of our care team and our practices will ensure they remain connected to their loved ones.
We will afford care to all Albertans including those disadvantaged by the inequitable distribution of wealth and privilege; we will advocate for the forgotten, the marginalized, the sick and the elderly.
Our positive morals and ethics are guided by our faith, and we execute our responsibilities with a fundamental passion for honesty, respect and trust among our members, workers and residents
Before all others, we are accountable to those for whom we care and to their families. We are also accountable to our Christian leaders and the tenets of our faith.
Find out why non-profit care is different.
CHAA is Alberta’s longest-serving association in the acute care and continuing care sector. Our doors opened in June 1943 – a month after the end of the Second World War.
About non-profit care
Being not-for-profit means we can focus on the values and faith that have guided our mission of service for more than a century.
Welcoming all faiths
CHAA members are guided solely by our long-standing faith, values and commitment to serve those in need.