Meridian Housing Foundation
Senior Care & Housing
Meridian Housing Foundation was established in 1960 when local municipalities entered into a collaborative partnership to provide housing for seniors in the community. Today, these municipalities include the City of Spruce Grove, Town of Stony Plain, Parkland County and the Village of Wabamun.
The Foundation was established as a Housing Management Body by Ministerial Order under the Alberta Housing Act in 1995.
Meridian Housing Foundation's portfolio includes 8 housing facilities for seniors 65 and older, including independent- and supportive-living options.
Our mission: To provide and manage independent, supportive and affordable housing for seniors.
Our vision: Creating homes and a supportive lifestyle for seniors in our communities.
Dinner at Whispering Waters Manor
Puzzles are a favorite pastime of many residents.
Crib is one of many regular card games played at Whispering Waters Manor.
Every activity needs a cheerleader!
Beanbag bowling at Whispering Waters Manor.
The big screen is a great way to watch sports, movies, and parades.
Shuffleboard tables are available in many Meridian Housing Foundation complexes.
Pool tables are available in many Meridian Housing Foundation complexes.
The workshop is a great space for creative residents to build and design their own creations.
An architectural rendering of "Folkstone Manor", the Foundation's first 55+ affordable housing complex coming to Stony Plain.
A studio suite in Forest Ridge Place.
Park View Manor, affordable housing for seniors, in Wabamun, Alberta.
Whispering Waters Manor and Forest Ridge Place residents love getting outside to watch the parade from the comfort of their front lawn.
A suite in Diamond Jubilee Manor, independent apartment-living for seniors in Stony Plain.
A suite in Meridian Pioneer Manor, independent apartment-living for seniors in Stony Plain.
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