3910 Seton Drive SE
Calgary, AB T3M 2N9
Welcome to Randy O’Dell House
In September 2019, thanks to the generosity of many donors, Wellspring Calgary opened our second permanent Calgary location, Randy O’Dell House, in Seton, just south of the South Health Campus.
Randy O’Dell House is a warm, welcoming community where members gather to take part in programs, share stories over tea and a snack, or choose a book from our library and find a quiet place to read. Some bring lunch and enjoy more than one program in a day. Others opt to bring along a laptop and claim workspace while a loved one is taking a program. Some are drawn to our inviting kitchen space or, when weather permits, they enjoy our beautiful outdoor gardens. Many welcome new opportunities of enrichment, empowerment and emotional nourishment, and are surprised to find joy and even laughter along the way.
For anyone living with cancer, their caregivers and family members, Wellspring Calgary’s Randy O’Dell House is a cherished community of love and support.
Randy O’Dell House Floorplans and Donors
This floorplan is designed to help you find your way at Randy O’Dell House, but more importantly, we hope you will linger here long enough to glimpse the wonderful individuals who have given us the privilege of calling our rooms by their names.
If you hover over the dots on the various rooms, you will be treated to an image and a short story about the person we are honouring.
We gratefully acknowledge our donors, and thank them for their support in making Wellspring Calgary – Randy O’Dell House a reality.
In addition to being warm and spacious, Randy O’Dell House was designed and built to meet the WELL Building Standard™. WELL Certification is a performance-based system that measures features of a building that impact human health and wellness through air, light, water, comfort, fitness, nourishment, and mind. WELL is grounded in evidence-based research that explores the connection between our health and wellness and the buildings where we spend our time.
As one caregiver member explains, “Randy O’Dell House is my new sanctuary. There is music, laughter, and tears too sometimes, but always there are kind people who are endlessly compassionate, and nothing feels better than that during these challenging times.” –Kathleen Robinson