Our residential program consists of a group home, supportive apartment and community outreach services. The significant components of this service is to support people in skill development to either live independently as well as offer some affordable rental units that is reasonable for their limited monthly incomes.

To be eligible for the above programs, you must have experienced a mental illness and require some support at this time. Anyone can be referred by another agency but there is also a self-application process. To obtain a copy of our application form, please click here. Once application is completed either e-mail it to or mail

  • Saskatoon Housing Coalition
    319A Camponi Place
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    S7M 1E9


Group Home

This is a therapeutic co-ed group home with 24 hour support and counseling available for up to five residents. It involves a structured daily program designed to teach and/or enhance life skills. The group home is operated under the Saskatchewan Mental Health Services Act.


Supportive Apartment Program

Five apartment buildings owned and operated by the organization.
Furnished and unfurnished suites available.


Tenants are supported to manage their cooking, cleaning, budgeting and medication requirements. Program includes regular meetings with a community mental health worker who will: encourage independent living skills, connecting with the community, recreational and educational opportunities, and advocate for services where needed.






Community Outreach

As an extension of our supportive apartment program, outreach provides support, counseling and advocacy for individuals who are moving from one of our apartments to a residence in the community and require support to maintain their independence.


Mental Health Home Care Transition Program

In a collaborative partnership with the Saskatoon Health Region Acute Mental Health Services, one of the Saskatoon Housing Coalition Community Mental Health Workers is a team member in providing community outreach services in the Mental Health Home Care Transition Program. The program goal is to prevent mental health clients from being admitted or readmitted to hospital by establishing appropriate community service linkages, as well as providing guidance and support for up to six weeks from the time of hospital discharge in order to achieve successful reintegration upon return to the community. Referrals to this service is from staff in either the acute mental health or emergency departments.


For information about any of our programs or properties, please select from one of the following contact numbers.

  • General Number  306-655-4979
  • Jo-Ann Coleman Pidskalny, Executive Director  306-655-4979 ext 224
  • Nancy George, Program Coordinator for Supportive Apartment and Outreach Program 306-655-4979 ext 223
  • Liz Shoofey-Stabler, Program Coordinator for Group Home Program  306-655-4979 ext 225 or 306-655-4975
  • Terra Andrews, Accounting and Benefits Coordinator 306-655-4979 ext 221

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