About Us

The Lighthouse Supported Living Inc.

The Lighthouse Supported Living Inc. is a charitable, non-profit housing provider that offers affordable housing, supportive living, and emergency shelter for adults in Saskatoon. The Lighthouse has been helping people find home since 1992.

The Lighthouse Journey Towards Truth and Reconciliation

With gratitude we acknowledge that we are on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respect to First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and humbly reaffirm our relationship with one another.

The Lighthouse is committed to continuing on our path of learning how to provide culturally appropriate care. (TRC CTA #22) 

The Lighthouse is committed to continuing to prioritize hiring Indigenous staff and supporting their success in their position. (TRC CTA #22)

The Lighthouse is committed to continual learning. 

How The Lighthouse is Funded

We gratefully receive operational and capital funding from the following people and organizations who support and believe in The Lighthouse mission:

  • Ministry of Social Services
  • Saskatchewan Health Authority
  • Private Foundations
  • Public and private corporations
  • Rental income from housing at below market rent.
  • Faith based organizations
  • Service clubs
  • Many, many private donors

Our Philosophy
of Care

We believe in a trauma informed approach to care through a harm reduction lens. 

We believe that every person has unique abilities, needs and choices. Our service responses are matched with wherever the person is in the change process. Rather than expecting an individual to “fit” into existing programming, we work with the person to develop personal goals and provide supports that “wrap around” them.

We are committed to caring for our city’s most vulnerable people.

Our Staff

Lighthouse staff are compassionate and non-judgmental. They are educated in and embrace a trauma informed care approach to caring for people (and themselves). Our training standards are high so that staff are equipped to provide the best support for people needing help and a roof over their head. The Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness considers our staff Canadian Pandemic Heroes.