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Legacy Place Society provides temporary home away from home support for Peace Officers,  Fire Fighters, Emergency Medical Services, 911 Dispatch and Canadian Military Personnel  (serving or retired) along with their families during times of medical, marital or accommodation  crisis.  Legacy Place Society currently has 3 residential type home settings in Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer.  There are at times if accommodations are full or for other reasons, we will utilize a hotel as a resource.

WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED? The addresses are confidential but are located close to major hospitals, shopping malls and transportation arteries.

WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING IF I STAY AT LEGACY PLACE? Cell phone and or personal device to access internet, clothing, medications, etc.  Towels, linens, t-paper and hotel style soaps/shampoos, hairdryer are provided for your stay.

DO WE NEED TO BRING FOOD? At Legacy Place, basics such as milk, coffee, cream, sugar, bread, butter, peanut butter and condiments are available.   There are also canned and dry goods such as cereal, soups, KD, etc… on hand.  Grocery stores are nearby to buy food and other personal necessities.  The main kitchen and eating area is for all to enjoy, we just ask that you DO NOT EAT in your rooms, ensure you clean as you go and don’t consume other foods items marked for others.

WHAT IF I NEED TO BRING MY CHILDREN? Each situation is unique as there are times of a quick in town medical appointment or a shared custody situation where one of the parents has a weekend visit with their kids.  Same rules of safety and code of conduct are expected when kids are with you.  We will not babysit, or provide child care while you are at appointments.  As part of the Intake process, we can further discuss the situation.

DO YOU HAVE A PLAY AREA? Not specifically to each location, however we have a selection of board games, puzzles and elementary type toys.  Play grounds are close by.

DO YOU HAVE WI-FI? Most individuals have their own personal devises that they bring with them.  Should there be a situation where this is not the case, please feel free to notify us in advance.  Free Wi-Fi is available via password at check in time.

DO YOU PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION TO OUR APPOINTMENTS? While it is not our mandate to provide transportation, we will try to help out as much as we can.  There are close by bus routes.

WHAT ARE YOUR HOURS OF OPERATION?  Contact Legacy Place Society directly at 403-201-9945 if dealing with a medical accommodation need.  Otherwise, check our list of Intake Workers and they’ll be able to assist you for other reasons of needing accommodations.  Upon confirmation of acceptance to the accommodation needs, the House Attendant will work with the scheduling arrangements to bring you in.  We typically will not accept new clients after 8pm.

COULD WE BRING OUR PET? Due to allergies and liabilities, NO, however, if you have a ‘service dog’, we will take this into consideration.  We will NOT be able to leave the service dog alone in our care thus it will be entirely your responsibility for looking after them. We must be notified prior so proper arrangements can be made.

IS PARKING AVAILABLE?  Yes free parking at the Legacy Place Houses.

Legacy Place Intake and Peer Support Personnel – Call 403-201-9945 between hours of 9pm and 7am or if  you cannot reach one of the listed support personnel.  If urgent call 403-201-9945 directly.

To inquire about accommodations for CALGARY/Southern Alberta Legacy Place

  • Calgary Police 
    • Dan Allen 403-671-3965
    • Wayne McCormick  403-608-2563
    • Logan Frison 403-805-2877
  • RCMP 
    • RCMP Peer Support Sgt Tim Croft 780-519-2926
    • Eyvi Smith 403-510-9882
    • Dennis Esayenko 403-828-2664
  • Calgary Transit 
    • Kevin Hoglo 403-333-1207
  • 911 Dispatch
    • Kirsty Langham
    • Stephen Devries 
  • Calgary Fire 
    • CFD Wellness Dena Bridges 403-554-0531
    • Stephen Joo – 403-875-4283
    • Linley Biblow 403-258-3897
    • Chris Cousine 403-808-7709
    • Wyckley Snyder 587-228-2181
    • Arcton Lancaster 403-831-2557
    • Cary Roberts 403-836-2279
    • Marc Allard 403-614-0286
    • Blaine Worobetz 403-697-1586
  • Rockyview Fire 
    • Jason McKeown 403-830-4495
  • Sheriffs and Corrections 
    • Eric Miller 403-256-5839
  • EMS 
    • Phil Costain 403-510-4859
    • Bernd Ennig 403-835-8391
    • Amanda Saelens 403-464-8509
  • Commercial Vehicle Enforcement –
    • Dan DeMelo 403-588-0299
  • Military Southern Alberta 
    • James Knox 403-919-7681
    • Claire Bertran 403-466-1478

To inquire about accommodations for EDMONTON/Northern Alberta  Legacy Place

  • Edmonton Police 
    • Bruce Schell  780-918-9074
    • Lawrence Peck 780-918-4102
    • Kira Douziech 780-288-6866
    • Serge Soucy  780-920-7533
  • RCMP 
    • Chaplain Cyril Gowler  780-920-3742
    • RCMP Peer Support Sgt Tim Croft 780-519-2926
    • Joanne Peacock 780-984-8877
    • Lorraine Bourassa  587-988-2565
    • Janet Wiszowaty  780-634-0775
  • Edmonton Fire 
    • Allison Secord  780-554-7432 
    • Toni Boyko Mental Health Coordinator Edmonton Fire Rescue Services  780-690-0532
  • EMS 
    • Amy Benson 780-903-4091
    • Ben Penner 780-974-9873
  • Sheriffs and Corrections 
    • Denis Prior  780-908-2292
    • Joe Casciaro 780-885-6404
    • Melissa Dean 780-904-6898
  • Chaplain City of Edmonton – John Dowds  780-401-4250
  • Military  780-973-4011
To inquire about accommodations for RED DEER/Central Alberta Legacy Place

  • Peace Officer 
    • Julian Veuger 403-346-3697
    • Mark Sproule 403-505-5512
    • Dan DeMelo 403-588-0299
  • RCMP 
    • RCMP Peer Support Sgt Tim Croft 780-519-2926
    • Al Nickolson 403-350-9621
  • FIRE 
    • (retired fire fighter) Tim Vander Roest 403-588-5407
  • EMS  
    • John Hein 403-803-5680
  • Female Support Debra Veuger  – 403-346-3697
  • Military – Southern Alberta 
    • James Knox  – 403-919-7681


  • Alberta EMS Chaplain – John Hein 403-803-5680
  • Critical Incident Stress or Distress Centre– 403-266-4357
  • Legacy Place Society – 403-201-9945

Latest News & Events

  • May15

    June 8, 2017 Edmonton First Responders Day

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  • Apr11

    Save the date! First Responder & Military Personnel Mental Health & Suicide Awareness Conference Calgary September 13-14th, 2017

    Save the date!  The Committee is working on the details of this

  • Mar31

    July 15 – Doug’s Ride for Freedom – Break the silence in support of Men’s Mental Wellness initiatives with Legacy Place Society


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