Saskatoon Housing Providers

The Lighthouse isn’t the only housing provider in Saskatoon.  If we do not have the services that are appropriate, there are a variety of other groups that may be able to help.

YWCA’s Residence, Crisis Shelter, and Margaret’s Place The YWCA provides shelter to women, children and youth at risk. The YWCA Residence provides safe, affordable, supportive long-term housing for up to 18 women. The Crisis Shelter is comprised of 22 rooms and provides safe, 24/7 emergency shelter to women, children, at risk youth. Margaret’s Place is a 4-bedroom suite specifically designed to offer a safe, secure living environment for young women that are 16-19 years of age. Those who access the services of the YWCA’s Housing Department also have access to services that include: employment and learning, health and wellness, childcare services, as well as access to additional services and programming available through the Saskatoon Community Service Village.

The Salvation Army The Saskatoon Salvation Army Community Centre is a shelter and drop-in center.  The Salvation Army provides support for homeless men by offering them temporary and transitional housing and access to counsel and other services.

  • Phone: (306) 242-6833

The Saskatoon Interval House The Saskatoon Interval House is an emergency temporary shelter for women and children who require safe accommodation. The Interval House provides shelter services and educational programming to victims of family violence and offers women and their children with a range of accessible, protection, sensitive and safe services specific to the needs of each client.

STC Safe House The Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) Safe House serves male and female youth aged 9 to 16. It is a safe place for youth who have nowhere to go and provides shelter, food, support, and referral services.

Infinity House (Central Urban Métis Federation Incorporated (CUMFI)) Developed through CUMFI’s Métis Community Homelessness Initiative, the Infinity House is dedicated to providing long term and emergency housing for single mothers and their children. The Infinity House is a supportive housing facility that provides Aboriginal women and their children, who are at risk of becoming homeless, with a safe haven that protects them from having to endure an unsafe living environment. Phone: (306) 955-2332

McLeod House (Central Urban Métis Federation Incorporated (CUMFI)) The McLeod House is a partnership between CUMFI and the Saskatoon Health Region – Mental Health & Addiction Service. The McLeod House provides 16 units in the form of transitional housing for men in addictions recovery and offers support services and programming for men post-treatment and recovery.

Saskatoon Housing Coalition The Saskatoon Housing Coalition is a community organization that provides supportive housing to individuals living with chronic mental illnesses. The organization actively advocates for and provides safe, affordable and well-maintained housing units with support services to provide a means for independent living and improve the quality of life for clients living with chronic mental illnesses.