STC - Emergency Wellness Centre (EWC) provides wrap around support and services to those living in the most vulnerable circumstances within Saskatoon and surrounding area. Our relatives that live within the walls of the EWC experience a sense of home and will experiencing support to build positive life changes for the future.
The Emergency Wellness Centre provides everyday essentials to our relatives, as most of them come to us with nothing but the clothes they walk into the centre with. We strive to provide additional services and supports to everyone with the walls of the EWC- such as spiritual supports, emotional supports, mental supports, physical supports-though varied programming options. These additional services are not currently funded and therefore we look to varies funders and donors to provide the materials needed to continue this wrap around service.
Our organization always accepts volunteers to support varies programming that may take place. We look for volunteers to come a help with art projects, fun nights( such as bingo, movie nights), to help in the kitchen to serve our relatives. The only thing we require from our volunteers is a criminal record check with a vulnerable search completed prior to volunteering.
For any financial donation, we have various ways we accept these types of donations.
One being by mail/check. Please mail your check to 200-335 Packham Ave, Saskatoon, S7N 4S1
Please make checks out to Saskatoon Integrated Urban Services- Emergency Wellness Centre
Please call for other options for donations: (306)249-5626
Currently, the EWC has a high need for men’s clothing and shoes, as well as women’s socks and underwear. We are also in high need for art supplies, baking supplies, and baking pans. We accept new and used items from those who donate. When donating please drop off at the centre and one of our staff will help you unload the donation. We currently do not accept household items, such as pots and pans, small appliances
By volunteering. Please call us to find out what we most need today: (306) 249-5626