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The Salvation Army Agapé Hospice

The Salvation Army Agapé Hospice is located in a peaceful garden setting in the heart of Calgary, Alberta. When home or hospital is no longer an option, Agapé Hospice provides a serene, loving and home-like environment for individuals to live out their final days and to die with peace and dignity. Our caregivers are experts in providing excellent individualized physical, spiritual, social and emotional care. 

We provide end-of-life care for up to 20 individuals in our 2 wing hospice, and since 1992 have served more than 6,500 residents and their families.

Mission Statement: 

The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.

Vision Statement: 

We are an innovative partner, mobilized to share hope wherever there is hardship, building communities that are just and know the love of Jesus.

Core Values: 

Hope: We give hope through the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Service: We reach out to support others without discrimination.

Dignity: We respect and value each other, recognizing everyone’s worth.

Stewardship: We responsibly manage the resources entrusted to us.

Commitment Statement: 

Led by The Salvation Army values, the community at The Salvation Army Agapé Hospice extends compassionate, holistic care and support to those experiencing the end of life journey. 


AGAPÉ: A Greek term meaning unconditional selfless love.

The Hospice Advantage

Hospice palliative care is provided to people facing the end of their life and whose care is not aimed at curing the disease but at maintaining or improving the quality of life of someone who is dying. The terminally ill may choose the nature of the care they will receive.

The process of dying is not a clinical process. Each person faces death in their own way. Having the power of choice about medical treatment, about the place where care is given, about practical, emotional, and spiritual services is essential. Our palliative care practitioners are able to help alleviate physical symptoms and psychological suffering.