ABSee Reading Program Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan (306) 652-4114 Fax (306)
221 Hanselman Court S7L6A8
This is an intensive one on one literacy program aimed at children and adults with
learning disabilities or at risk readers. They provide qualified teachers who stress
phonological awareness. They also offer a computer literacy program.
Adoption Support Centre of Saskatchewan Inc. (ASCS)
(306) 665-7272 Fax (306) 665-7274
527 Main St. Unit 1A Saskatoon, SK S7N 0C2
ASCS provides information, support and referrals to expectant parents inquiring about
pregnancy options, birth parents and adoptees needing search information,
prospective and adoptive parents considering domestic, private or inter-country
AIDS Saskatoon – 601 Outreach Centre
(306) 242-5005 Fax (306) 665-9976
1143 Avenue F North S7K 4E3
Offers education, prevention, advocacy, programs, eduction, resource center, and
support to persons living with HIV infection, their families, friends.
Allegro Montessori School
(306) 931-4000 Fax (306) 931-4115
www.allegromontessori.ca 4215 Degeer St. Saskatoon, SK S7H 4N6 Offers a pre-school program for children ages 2 ½ to 6 years. They also offer a
Montessori lower elementary school program for grades 1 to 3 based on the principles
of Montessori education.
Alliance for Life Education Centre
535 8th St. E Saskatoon, SK S7H 0P9
Offers a lending library with related internet access. Promotes awareness and
educating the general public to all pertinent life issues facing society today.
Association des parents Fransaskois – French Family Support Centre
Centre d’appui a la famille et a l’enfance(CAFÉ)-LA PASSERELLE (306) 653-
7444 Fax (306) 653-7001
www.parentsfransaskois.ca 910 5th Street East S7H 2C6
APF is a provincial Francophone association representing the parents of
children attending Fransaskois school, preschools and play groups. The APF
accompanies parents and their families with the help and resources of the
French family support center-CAFÉ-LA PASSERELLE. CAFÉ-LA PASSERELLE.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Saskatoon
(306) 244-7820 Fax (306) 244-0089
105-135 Robin Crescent S7L 6M3 Operates programs including before and after
school program in a number of selected schools in
Saskatoon and day camps to create a supportive atmosphere where all children
Canadian Cancer Society Saskatoon Unit
(306) 244-4389 Fax (306) 244-5657
101-440 2nd Avenue North S7K 2C3
Offers patient support groups, financial aid to cancer patients, research, fundraising,
and educational information and presentations.
Canadian Mental Health Association – Problem Gambling Community
Program (306) 683-3669
A public education and community development program that focuses on problem
Presentations and all materials are free of charge and are offered to youth, parents,
community associations, parent councils,
teachers, and school administrators.
Canadian Parents for French Saskatchewan (CPF)
(306) 244-6151 Fax (306) 244-8872
303-115 2nd Avenue North S7K 2B1
CPF – Sask is the provincial network of volunteers which values French as
an integral part of Canada and which is dedicated to the promotion and
creation of French-second- language learning opportunities for young
Catholic Family Services (CFS)
200-506 25th Street East S7K 4A7
CFS is open to everyone in the community, offering a wide range of services, including
individual, couple, and family counselling, family education and wellness programs, a
Building Healthy Families series, community programs, workshops, seminars,
professional training, marriage preparation, teen parent program and early childhood
Employee and Family Assistance
Programming is also available. No fee counselling is also available at the
Saskatoon Food Bank.
Child & Youth Friendly Saskatoon Inc. (C&YFS) (306) 955-KIDS(5437)
Fax (306) 955-1425
www.childfriendlysaskatoon.sk.ca 729-601 Spadina Crescent East S7K
C&YFS promotes child and youth friendliness in all areas of life.
Programming includes: 1) The Declaration Program which encourages
business and groups to be child and youth friendly in their policies and
practice, 2) Youth Volunteer Program, youth age
11-18 are guided to charities and non-profits who need volunteer assistance.
Child Find Saskatchewan
(306) 955-0070 (24hrs)
202-3502 Taylor Street East S7H 5H9 Provides services promoting personal safety to
children, parents and organizations. Assists in the locating of missing children. They
work with awareness in education and search assistance. They offer a 24 hour help
Children’s Discovery Museum
203-3502 Taylor Street S7H 5H9
The Children’s Discovery Museum on the Saskatchewan is a not-for- profit, charitable
organization working to establish and operate a children’s museum in Saskatoon.
Through exhibits, outreach and programming, our mission is to foster creativity,
curiosity and a life- long love of learning in children ages 10 and under.
Eagle’s Nest Youth Ranch
607 3rd Ave N, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2J8
Provides a therapeutic group living environment for vulnerable youth (10-21years of
age) who are experiencing social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. The
program provides 24-hour care, supervision, counselling, and
education. The Independent School Education Program is designed to gain a clear
understanding of the youth’s academic and social needs for transition into a
community school setting.
EGADZ – Saskatoon Downtown Youth Centre
(306) 931-6644 (306) 665-1344
485 1st Avenue North Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1X5
EGADZ provides a wide range of program and supportive residential programs that
offers safety, mentorship and support to youth. Programs empower youth and assist
them to reach their full potential.
Programs offered include: YOUTH DROP-IN CENTRE offers recreational
activities, and an on-site kitchen to teach nutrition and provide a meal every day at
5:00 p.m. The drop-in centre also operates education programs, cultural programs
and employment programs.
TEENPARENTPROGRAMprovides educational outreach, medicalandcrisis
services, and individual and group sessions for expectant parents and their children.
STREET OUTREACH PROGRAM connects with youth through use of an
outreach van that operates after hours. Immediate assistance provided
clothing, condoms, personal hygiene items, baby formula and diapers.
OPERATION HELP for youth involved in the sex trade, including
immediate supports upon involvement with the justice system, assistance to
community support, and supports to assist with lifestyle change.
JOE AND JOSIE’S GARAGE to support aboriginal youth through life skills,
mentorship and elder support to build healthy interpersonal relationships.
RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS for youth in the care of the MSS. Programs offer
supportive living environment in a home-like setting for youth exiting high risk
street lifestyle, and/ or need supports to safely parent their children.
Programming is offered to all individuals including life skills, parenting skills,
support for addiction, education around domestic violence, and access to
The Residential Programs are:
13 MY HOMES – supportive independent living environment for youth
involved with MSS.
BABY STEPS & MAH’S PLACE – supportive environment where mothers can work
towards having child(ren) safely returned to their care with supervision. Mothers and
babies reside in a separate residence side by side, and are provided the opportunity to
bond. Moms learn to care for their children with support, structure, and guidance.
Toll Free: 1-866-EPILEPSY
Offers programs to improve education and public awareness about epilepsy, as well as
support groups for people with epilepsy and their families.
Family Service Saskatoon
(306) 244-0127 Fax (306) 244-1201
102 506 25th Street East S7K 4A7
Offers individual, couple, child and family counselling to the community. Special
programming: Teen and Young Parents, Youth Exposed to Violence, Abuse and
Beyond for women, Invisible Scars for women, educational and therapy groups
addressing perceived community needs. Variable fee for services.
Global Gathering Place Inc.
(306) 665-0268 Fax (306) 665-0440
www.globalgatheringplace.com 100 5th Avenue North S7K 2N7
A drop-in centre for immigrants and refugees to help improve their English, learn
about jobs, make new friends and understand Canadian customs and traditions.
Great Plains College
Box 1001, 201 Central Street, Warman, SK S0K 4S0
Provides a wide array of quality programming with reasonable classroom sizes, plenty
of one-on- one instructor time, and hands-on learning with an opportunity to utilize
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools
(306) 659-7000 Fax (306) 659-2007
420 22nd Street East S7K 1X3 Support families through shared beliefs and a common
faith, combined with academic learning and skill development. We believe that
parents, students and staff must work together to ensure that learning takes place in a
safe, orderly and nurturing environment. Inspired and strengthened by the gospel,
Catholic schools provide students with the skills, knowledge and understanding that
will enable them to live their faith in an increasingly complex and ever changing
Health Promoting Schools
Health promoting schools is a ‘whole’ school approach where students,
teachers and parents, school staff, community groups, agencies, and
institutions work together on key priorities for improving learning and
Saskatchewan Home Based Educators
Provides information and support for parents who are home based educators
as well as parents considering home based education.
Big Brothers Big Sisters – In-School Mentoring Program
(306) 244-8197 Fax (306) 244-4171
182 Wall St
Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1N4
A program matching kids in elementary schools with an adult in the community for 1
hour per week. The purpose is to boost the child’s self-esteem and confidence. A
project of Big Brothers/Big Sisters.
International Women of Saskatoon (IWS)
(306) 978-6611 Fax (306) 978-6614
301-336 5th Avenue North
IWS is a non profit community based women’s organization dedicated to improving
the status of immigrant/refugee women and their families. Advocacy, education,
counselling, support and public discussions on policies affecting the programs and
Kumon Math & Reading Centres
World’s largest after school math & reading program for school aged children. There
are 2 locations in Saskatoon offering the Kumon program.
Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan (LDAS)
(306) 652-4114 Fax (306) 652-3220
221 Hanselman Court S7L 6A8
Mandate is to advance the education, employment, social development,
legal rights and general well being of people with learning disabilities.
They offer the a summer day-camp for children ages 7 to 11 years, adult
vocational counselling, adult upgrading programs, coaching, tutoring,
conferences, workshops and an information library.
Lung Association of Saskatchewan
(306) 343-9511 Fax (306) 343-7007 1-888-566-LUNG
1231 8th Street East S7H 0S5
The Lung Association’s certified asthma educators can assist children and their
families to understand the disease, learn how to best manage the disease and provide
information about resources available in the community.
North Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre (306) 665-5508 Fax (306)
237 5th Avenue North S7K 2P2
Resource Center that promotes independent living for people of all ages with
disabilities. Provides support in the areas of self- empowerment, self-advocacy, selfemployment and peer support.
Oxford Learning Centre
115-3501 8th Street East S7H 0W5
Offer supplemental education for kindergarten through grade 12 in an after school
program, reading program for children ages 3 to 5, math program, ESL program,
workshops and more.
Parenting Education Saskatchewan
(306) 244-0127 Fax (306) 244-1201
www.parenteducationsask.ca 306-506 25th Street East S7K 4A7
A project supporting parent educators throughout the province through resources,
conferences and networking. A project of Family Service Saskatoon.
Prairie Spirit School Division
www.spiritsd.ca Educational consultants are
available to assist parents in planning their child’s educational program.
Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA)
(306) 653-1868 Fax (306) 653-1869
500-333 25th Street East S7K 0L4
PLEA is a non-profit, non- government organization which exists to educate,
inform and empower through law related education.
Radius Community Centre
(306) 665-0362 Fax (306) 665-5579
1st Avenue North S7K 1X7
Radius is a non-profit community organization offering services to children
and adults by connecting to community through education, participation and
skills training. Support is provided to families with children with acquired
brain injury/ cognitive disabilities. Provides training/career development for
the unemployed and working with businesses in employee development programs.
(306) 652-5448 Fax (306) 652-4205
www.readsaskatoon.com 2-706 Duchess Street S7K 0R3 A community based volunteer organization that offers free literacy services to
adults and their families and promotes literacy awareness, partnerships and
Saskatchewan A.G. Bell Association for the Deaf
A support group for parents, children and adults who are hearing impaired and for
parents of hearing impaired children. They offer conferences, workshops, support
groups, and a summer camp for children kindergarten to grade 8 who have a hearing
Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network
(306) 934-2632 Fax (306) 934-2633
www.aboriginal.sk.literacy.ca 1017B 22nd Street West Aboriginal literacy (First
Nations and Metis) is a learner centered
approach to life-long learning that honours the inter-connectedness of all aspects of
creation for growth, personal empowerment, community development and self
Aboriginal literacy encompasses first languages, elder involvement, culture and
community in a holistic development approach to unify mind, heart, body and spirit.
Saskatchewan Abilities Council Saskatoon Branch – Vocational
Evaluation 20A-2605 Broadway Avenue
www.abilitiescouncil.sk.ca Provides individualized assessment of skills,
abilities and interests
to assist people with disabilities in developing a career plan. For youth
16 and over, avocational
evaluation can help them to develop a transition plan for the time when
they are finished school.
Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association (SBIA)
230 Avenue R South S7J 2C7
SBIA is dedicated to improving the knowledge, services and quality of
life of people living with acquired brain injury and their families and
service providers. The SBIA offers an information and resource center in
areas such as: family support, education programs, rehabilitation,
advocacy services, and public awareness and prevention initiatives.
Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth (SACY)
(306) 933-6700 Fax (306) 933-8406
500-350 3rd Ave. N Saskatoon, SK
Promotes the interests of, and acts as a voice for children who have concerns about
provincial government services. The SACY
engages in public education, works to resolve disputes and conducts independent
investigations. The SACY also recommends improvements of programs for children
to the government and/or the Legislative Assembly. Anyone can contact the SACY if
they have a concern about a child or group of children receiving services from a
provincial department or agency.
Saskatchewan Early Childhood Association (SECA)
(306) 842-1209 Fax (306) 842-1206
1015 Railway Avenue Wayburn, SK S4H 2V5
A non-profit organization that consults on child care policy and early
issues with provincial and federal governments. They serve as a support
organization for early childhood educators, parents
and childcare providers. They provide educational materials, seminars,
retreats, conferences, and information.
Saskatchewan Literacy Network
(306) 651-7288 Fax (306) 651-7287
11-2155 Airport Drive S7L 6M5
A provincial literacy organization that promotes and supports literacy in
Saskatchewan through the following: advocacy, professional development and
resource development. Literacy resource collection housed at the office in Saskatoon.
Saskatchewan Prevention Institute
(306) 651-4300 Fax (306) 651-4301
319 Colony Street S7N 2Z1
Focuses on primary prevention. Program areas of disabling conditions in children
include: Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs, Reproductive Health, Childhood Injury
Prevention, Parenting Education, Perinatal and Infant Health, and Neglect and
Saskatoon Cancer Centre
(306) 665-2662 Fax (306) 655-2910
20 Campus Drive S7N 4H4
Offers both individual and family counselling services for children with cancer. They
hold social gatherings for peer support and provide a school re-entry program. As
well, they promote community education.
Child Hunger Education Program (CHEP)
(306) 655-4575 Fax (306) 655-4574
204-1120 20th Street West S7M 0Y8
CHEP works with the Saskatoon community to achieve solutions to child hunger and
to improve access to nutritious food for all. Programs include children’s nutrition
programs, collective kitchens, Good Food Box, community gardening, food policy
work, food workshops, bridges to farmers and others.
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming Inc. (SCYAP) (306) 652-7760
253 3rd Avenue South S7K 1M3
Non-profit organization that helps youth at risk through art, cultural and employment
programming, and provides inclusive art drop-in programs, art workshops and
employment readiness training.
Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services – Program Firestop (306) 975-2520
125 Idylwyld Drive South S7M 1L4
A free, voluntary, educational program for children who are curious firesetters and their families. Our goals are to prevent children from harming
themselves and others, from causing property damage and to prevent the
child fire-setter from becoming an adult fire-setter.
Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre
www.saskatoonfoodbank.org 202 Avenue C South S7M 1N2
Provides 2 to 3 days of emergency food. People can use the Food Bank
once every 14 days and must provide a health card and proof of
Saskatoon residency (i.e letter or bill). The Learning Centre offers a
literacy program and employment program for adults. A clinical
counsellor provides counselling for individuals and families at no cost.
The volunteer income tax program helps low income individuals
complete their income taxes. They also operate a clothing depot.
Saskatoon French School
(306) 659-7490 Fax (306) 659-2152
1441 Wellington Street S7M 1L3
Saskatoon French School is a parent run school represented by the French School
Society. The school exists through a legal agreement between the Society and Greater
Saskatoon Catholic Schools.
Saskatoon Interval House, Inc.
(306) 244-0185 Toll free 1(888) 338-0880
Fax (306) 244-0327
Interval House provides 24 hour emergency/crisis shelter for women and their
children fleeing domestic violence. They also provide counseling, advocacy, and
Maria Montessori Preschool
City Park School 820 9th Avenue North S7K 2Z2
The Maria Montessori School offers a three-year program for children age 3.
Saskatoon Open Door Society
(306) 653-4464 Fax (306) 653-7159
100-129 3rd Avenue North S7K 2H4 247 1st Avenue North S7K 1X2
Offers services for new immigrants and refugees in Saskatoon. Services
include settlement and employment services, language training and
translation services, family, youth and childcare services, community
programs and events and local engagement and volunteering.
Saskatoon Preschool Foundation
721 Avenue K S7M 2E7
The mission of the Foundation is to advocate for and to support access to
quality preschool programs for Saskatoon children through the establishment
of a permanent endowment fund.
Saskatoon Public Schools
310 21st Street East S7K 1M7 Saskatoon Public Schools provide an extensive
range of student services. These include special education support, educational
psychologists, counsellors, social workers, speech and language pathologists
and before and after school care programs.
Saskatoon Public Schools –
(306) 683-8200 Fax (306) 657-3965
310 21st Street East S7K 1M7 Educational consultants are available to assist in planning
the most appropriate education resource for children with a disability.
Saskatoon Tribal Council – Urban Services
Creative Healing for Urban Members (CHUMS)
(306) 659-2500 Fax (306) 659-2155
2010 7th Street S7H 5K6
The Creative Healing for Urban Members (CHUMS) programs work to
increase opportunities to strengthen individuals, and families, to empower
them to improve the quality of their personal and family life. Our principles
incorporate values that are common across many Aboriginal cultures as core
concepts in its programming.
Saskatoon Tribal Council – Urban Services
Providers of Aboriginal Life Supports (PALS)
(306) 659-2500 Fax (306) 659-2206
2010 7th Street S7H 5K6
Providers ofAboriginalLife Supports (PALS), includes a range of family- centered
strategies, including in home visitation, advocating for improved conditions for
families, stabilizing those in crisis, reunifying those who are separated, building new
families, and connecting families to the resources that will sustain them in the future.
Our goal is to support at risk families avoid apprehension of their children.
Saskatoon Tribal Council – Urban Services Employment &
Training Services Program
(306) 659-2500 Fax (306) 659-2155
2010 7th Street S7H 5K6
Provides employment counselling services and training for First Nations
people seeking employment in Saskatoon. Training and youth internship
funding is available only for those with Treaty Status.
Saskatoon Tribal Council White Buffalo Youth Lodge
– For Children, Youth and Families
(306) 653-7676 Fax (306) 653-7677
620 20th Street West S7M 0X7
A wide variety of social, health, recreation and educational programming
designed fordiffering age groups is delivered daily Sunday through
Saturday. The goal of these activities is to promote a healthy lifestyle, build
resiliency and hope for young people and provide options for the future.
Provides a health clinic, dental care and counseling.
Student Wellness Initiative Towards Community Health (SWITCH)
(306) 956-2518 Fax (306) 934-2506
1528 20th Street West S7M 0X8
SWITCH’s vision is to maintain an operating, interdisciplinary student- run health
clinic in conjunction with health professionals and community partners to serve
clients in Saskatoon’s core neighbourhoods.
Sylvan Learning Centre
140-502 Wellman Crescent S7T 0J1
Helps students to improve in their reading comprehension, math, writing and study
skills. All programs are personalized and developed from the initial
assessment. They serve students of all ages, grade 1 through adult.
Edwards Family Centre/ Saskatoon Funeral Home
www.saskatoonfuneralhome.com 333 4th Avenue North S7K 2L7
The Centre is a community support service of Saskatoon Funeral Home
offering a continuing care program, grief and resources lending library, grief
groups, programs and events, and the Saskatoon bereavement support
Westside Community Clinic
(306) 664-4310 Fax (306) 934-2506
1528 20th Street West S7M OZ6
Primary health care services including physician, nurse practitioner, nurse
and counselling services.
YWCA of Saskatoon
(306) 244-2844 Fax (306) 653-2468
510 25th Street East S7K 4A7
Provides shelter and supports to women, children and youth at risk through
the Crisis Shelter and Turning Points.
Offering employment and learning, health and wellness, and childcare.