Support and Advocacy
Provided by: Inclusion Saskatchewan
Provides individualized support and advocacy to people with intellectual disabilities and their families. Including:
- Help identify issues or problems
- Provide research on rights, policies, procedures, options, programs, etc.
- Navigate appeals
- Help to access programs and providing referrals to programs and services
- Assist with completing paperwork
- Navigating systems such as,
- Health and Mental Health
- Social Services
- Justice / Police Issues
- Human Rights
- Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada
- Personal finances
Persons with intellectual disabilities.
Complete our online intake process.
Inclusion Saskatchewan Main Office: Saskatoon
3031 Louise Street
Saskatoon SK S7J 3L1
Inclusion Saskatchewan's main office is located in the Nutana area of Saskatoon, next door to the Nutana Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion and the Saskatoon Bridge Club.
- Collection of Donated Clothing and Small Household Items
- Employment and Transitions
- Family Network
- Individual and Collective Advocacy Network
- Publications and Resources
- Sexual Health and Wellness Education
- Support and Advocacy
Hours of Operation
Open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 - 5:00 pm.
Closed on all Saskatchewan statutory holidays as well as on Easter Monday, September 30th, and December 26th.
The office is currently closed to the public except by appointment due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wheelchair access - designated parking spaces, automatic front door, accessible washrooms. Scent-free office.
211 Saskatchewan strives to make sure information is correct. However, there are often changes to community services, which means inaccuracies may be possible. The information presented by 211 Saskatchewan may be subject to change.