Housing and supports

Saskatoon Housing Coalition

We provide mental health programs and services in 100+ homes across Saskatoon for people in our community suffering from homelessness and mental health afflictions.

Where to find us:


319 Camponi Place

Saskatoon, SK

S7M 1E9


Monday-Friday: 8:30AM – 4:30PM

Where to find us:

Financial gifts

To improve quality of life in the suites we need to get rid of the carpets and install vinyl plank flooring. We are also looking for a van that is equipped with a wheel chair lift or can be equipped with one to shuttle clients when programs are held in different locations. So we are accepting donations of vinyl plank and cargo vans and funds to buy the same.

What we need:

Household Items

Volunteer time:

We need skilled trades who can help renovate our suites and make them homes for people in our community.

How you can help

Financial Donations

You can donate through our website.

Please let us know if you have any questions by sending an email to




Item Donations

Flooring and furnishings can be dropped off or picked up. Please contact us at info@saskatoonhousingcoalition.ca to make arrangements.

More Ways to Help

As a non-profit focused on helping people in our community by providing mental health services and safe housing, we are always looking for ways to do more with less.
We are looking for opportunities to provide more access to cultural materials and ideas, so any original language speakers who can donate their time or materials are welcome.
The quality of our community is determined by the people in it who are struggling the most, so when you see an opportunity to help, please take it.



More about us

Community Impact

The Saskatoon Housing Coalition provides recovery-focused residential services to people who are suffering from mental illness and may also be struggling with substance abuse. We offer affordable housing in conjunction with community-based services to help people live independently in a place they can call home.

Financial Breakdown

Most of our funding comes from the health region, and we work with non-profit funding agencies to make up the balance of our operating budget. There are 25% more homeless people than housing available, so we are always looking for opportunities to expand our capacity and reach the people in our community who need our help.

Our Philosophy

SHC sees a future where people in our community with complex mental health issues are living their best lives, and we plan to get there by providing supportive housing to build stability and community.

Programs and Services

We offer several housing programs, ranging from accommodations for under 90 days with 24-hour supportive services in our group home to our supportive apartment program that provides long-term affordable rental suites in a supportive learning environment. Tenants work regularly with a community mental health worker to develop a recovery plan that leads to independence. These plans focus on practical life skills, illness awareness, mediation management, financial responsibilities, household management, and more. We also offer a two-year transitional housing program.