Wellness Through Living

The Wellness Through Living Society was created as a Society to assist adults from ages 18 to 55, who are seeking personal and professional development.  It is our vision to start programming in 2022.  Watch for additional information on the website and join our mailing list.

 Our programs will include a comprehensive 15-week, classroom-based Life Skills program, which is centred on group training regarding Self, Family, Community, Leisure and Job. 

 In addition, our programs are expected to include a 50 hour job placement and a 2-month ‘nutrition and budget planning’ course offered in the adjoining Community Kitchen. These additional services offer registered participants an opportunity to put their Life Skills into practice. To learn more about these services check out the “Our Programs” menu options for more details!

Watch for more information on these community programs coming soon.

 We are always looking for individuals passionate about our cause that are willing to lend a helping hand! If our programming interests you, be sure to check out our Get Involved” menu options to see how you can make a difference today!


Good public health practices are always encouraged, and can minimize transmission of respiratory infections, including COVID-19, influenza and common colds. These practices include: immunization,
proper hand washing or use of hand sanitizer, respiratory etiquette, and enhanced cleaning and disinfecting. In addition, staying home when sick with COVID-19 symptoms is legally required even if a
test is not done.

Wellness through Living Society follows all Covid-19 Guidelines during any in-person, workplace or volunteer sessions. For more information please go to the following Government of Alberta CLICK HERE.


Wellness Through Living Society, acknowledges that we play, work, and live on the lands of the Blackfoot people of the Canadian Plains. We pay respect to the Blackfoot and all other Indigenous peoples past, present and future while recognizing and respecting their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship to the land. This region is also home to the Metis Nation of Alberta Number 3.