About Us


Parkland Foundation Management Body was formed in 1996 and is responsible for the operation and administration of Autumn Glen Lodge, self-contained suites in Bowden, Innisfail and Penhold as well as two family houses in Bowden.

Parkland Foundation Management Body is mandated to operate under the Alberta Housing Act and related legislation and regulations. Its primary purpose is to administer and maintain a portfolio of comfortable and affordable residential housing units for the benefit of citizens to whom the various social housing programs are targeted.

On February 1, 2015 Parkland Foundation announced a new partnership with The Bethany Group. Headquartered in Camrose, the organization will assume CAO duties and management of the foundation's operations while reporting to the Board. Parkland Foundation joins a family that includes Camrose & Area Lodge Authority, Flagstaff Regional Housing Group, Lacombe Foundation, Red Deer Housing Authority, and Wetaskiwin & Area Lodge Authority.


About Accommodations

Lodge accommodation is provided to low income seniors on a priority rated points basis.

Risk, degree of independence, housing needs, and special circumstances are all considered at the time of application. The Lodge Manager will conduct an in-depth confidential interview to assess the suitability of all applicants. Eligibility Requirements for Self-contained suites are set out by Alberta Housing and Urban Affairs.

A household's total income must be below the "Core Need Income Threshold" to be eligible for Social Housing. Priority is rated on a points system with points awarded for number of dependents, current rent to income, special circumstances, degree of accessibility, overcrowding, housing detrimental to health, shared accommodation, and utility responsibility.