Group Living Locations
LutherCare operates a number of group homes that offer 24-hour care in Saskatoon.
A Normal Life Transition
When young people reach adulthood they generally desire to leave the family home and seek greater independence. In the past, this normal life transition often was denied to adults with developmental disabilities. Their main options were usually to remain in the family home, or enter an institution. LutherCare’s group living homes provide adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to live in a community-based, family-style setting where our dedicated staff members help them to lead active, independent lives. A normal day for one of our residents may include school or work, recreational outings, household duties, and visits with friends or family. Our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To develop programs and activities that meet the needs and abilities of each residents, LutherCare works with the resident, family members and community organizations such as the following:
- Cosmopolitan Industries
- Saskatchewan Abilities Council
- Light of the Prairies
- Saskatoon School Boards
- Saskatchewan Association for Community Living
- Saskatchewan Association for Rehabilitation Centers
- Ministry of Social Services Community Living Service Delivery
- Saskatchewan Alternative Initiatives
Residents pay no fees. The spaces are funded and licensed by Community Living Service Delivery of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Social Services. Applications for residency may be made through either LutherCare Communities or Community Living Service Delivery. An admission and discharge committee reviews all applications. Available openings are filled not on first-come-first-served basis but instead consider the compatibility among residents within the home and LutherCare’s ability to meet an individual’s required needs.
Ministry of Social Services Community Living Service Delivery
P: (306) 933-6300
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P: (306) 664-0388