Community Services

Alcoholics Anonymous

Stettler Heartland Group - Open meetings on the last Tuesday of every month at 8pm, all other meetings are closed. Attendance at closed meetings is limited to those who have a desire to stop drinking. Meetings are held at Stettler United Church.


Home Care

Home Care is a program of health services that supports your wellness and independence.  The goal is to help you remain safe and independent in your own home or care setting for as long as possible.  Alberta's Home Care Program supports Albertans of all ages and includes an array of services including health promotion and teaching, treatments, care at end of life, rehabilitation, home support and maintenance, assistance to maintain social connections, and support for your family or others who help you out.  The Home Care program organizes health care service delivery with other health services that are available in your community.

Please contact Stettler Home Care for further information:  403-742-4461

Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL)
Mobile Mammography Unit

The Mobile Mammography Unit (visits Rural Communities once per year):

Call: 1-800-667-0604

Heartland Victim Services

Heartland Victim Services provides 24 hour, seven days a week assistance to anyone who is a victim of crime or tragedy.

Phone: 403-741-7841


Stettler Food Bank

Located in Stettler United Church.

Phone: 403-742-2337

More info

Senior’s Benefits (Alberta)
Parkinson Alberta

Parkinson Alberta provides education and support to people living with and families affected by Parkinson disease.

Phone:  1-800-561-1911