Newcomers to Canada are welcome to drop-in during open hours to register as clients and get support on a variety of issues, like paperwork, signing up for English classes, and opening a bank account. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff can also help with:
Settlement advice: Drop-in to meet with a Settlement Advisor to better understand and use Saskatchewan services, find answers to a wide variety of questions, and receive guidance on settling in Saskatoon.
Client services: Clients will be able to access support, information, and referrals on a wide ranging list of barriers: from legal problems, housing, relationship, parenting, transportation, employment, language, education to health and general well-being.
Mentoring: Clients can be matched to a volunteer who can meet with them on an individual basis to help them overcome their settlement challenges. Visits focus on reducing feelings of isolation, improving language skills, preparing for exams, attending medical appointments, or connecting with community resources.
Emotional counselling services: We offer one-on-one as well as group counselling sessions to all newcomers of all ages (including children and youth), by appointment.
Case coordination: Are you struggling? Our case coordinator can help with acute crises or multiple, long-term barriers to settlement. Clients will need to complete an assessment at a local agency to determine eligibility.
For more information about our services, please call 306-665-0268 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.