Resources

Community Resources

These pages list a number of the resources available in and near Your Community.  More will be added as they come to our attention.  If you have any to suggest, please, email us.

The United Way has launched the 211 web-based directory of all Saskatchewan health and social service programs and services (both government and non-government).

Read Saskatoon has a long history as a local literacy organization that offers free literacy services to adults and families.

The Saskatoon Public Library in Your Community is the J. S. Wood Branch at 1801 Lansdowne Ave. Phone 306 975-7590.

Resources for Seniors

The Saskatoon Council on Aging, SCOA, provides an extensive directory of resources,
services and social activities with information for older adults in the Saskatoon area, their families and caregivers.

At Sunnyside Adventist Care Centre, 2200 St. Henry Ave., care is based on the example of Christ, who went about healing and doing good.

Resources for Newcomers

The Newcomer Information Centre is a walk-in, self-service welcome centre offering information, referrals and support to promote your successful settlement in the Saskatoon area.

The Saskatoon Open Door Society assists newcomers to Canada to become participating members of an inclusive and diverse community and country.