Respite Services

Community Living Service Delivery (CLSD)

Community Living Service Delivery (CLSD) is a branch of the Ministry of Social Services.
Branch staff work with people experiencing intellectual disabilities and help them access a
variety of community-based services. CLSD staff work to ensure that the physical,
emotional and social needs of people experiencing intellectual disabilities are met and that
they are able to live as independently as possible within their own communities.

Regional Offices
Estevan (306) 627-4550
La Ronge (306) 425-4552
Lloydminister (306) 825-6410
Melfort (306) 752-6100
Moose Jaw (306) 694-3800
Nipawin (306) 862-1704
North Battleford (306) 446-7705
Prince Albert (306) 953-2668
Regina (306) 787-3848
Saskatoon (306) 933-6300
SwiftCurrent (306) 778-8219
Weyburn (306) 848-2404
Yorkton (306) 786-1300

Elmwood Respite Home
(306) 374-5151
2012 Arlington Ave S7J 2H5
Elmwood Residence in Saskatoon provides long term care for both physically and
intellectually disabled persons. Elmwood Residences Inc., operates numerous small group
home, one respite home, a 50-bed lodge, and a Supported Independent Living Program in

Grandma’s (Kookum’s) House
(306) 975-9999 (306) 975-9156
315 Avenue M South
S7M 2K5
The objective of this program is to provide emergent, safe and temporary respite services to
ensure the personal safety of the children, individuals, and families from abuse, neglect,
and or personal crisis. Grandma’s home provides a safe and secure home to our
mothers/fathers of the supportive living homes as well as those clients who have moved
out into the community who are at risk of being placed in care. Live-in Grandma provides
emergency and temporary respite services to children at the CUMFI Supported Living

Hessdorfer House
(306) 975-9999 (306) 975-9156
315 Avenue M South
S7M 2K5
Hessdorfer House was designed to provide safe, supported housing for individuals with
cognitive disabilities.
The apartment building has five suites, with a “house parent” living in one of the suites to
provide support and monitoring day or night. The presence of the house parent has been
instrumental in children being allowed to live with their parents or other relatives.

Nightingale Nursing Group
(306) 652-3314
620 Duchess Street S7K 0R1
Provides homemaker, nursing and companion services on a short term (respite) or
long term basis. 24 hours a day.

Regina Respite Registry – Inclusion Regina
(306) 790-5680
2216 Smith Street S4P 2P4

Saskatoon Respite Registry – Community Living Association Saskatoon Inc.
(306) 652-9111
135 Robin Crescent S7L 6M3

Spadina Early Learning and Childcare Cooperative
(306) 382-6488
1702 20th Street West
Lester B. Pearson School
(306) 683-8353
3620 Centennial Drive
Victoria School
(306) 683-8352
683 Broadway Avenue
Princess Alexandra School
(306) 683-8644
210 Avenue H South
St. Pauls Hospital
(306) 382-6488
230 Avenue R South

Ronald McDonald House
(306) 244-5700
1011 University Drive S7N 0K4

Laura’s Lodge
(306) 934-7011
1026 College Drive S7N 0W1

College Drive Lodge
(306) 665-9111
1020 College Drive S7N 0W1
Some hotels offer special rates for families requiring medical assessment
and/or treatment. Inquire prior to booking.