Get Settled

How We Help

Coming to a new country means coming face-to-face with a number of challenges. Our settlement counsellors are ready to help you find solutions.

We will provide you with information and referrals regarding:

  • Housing
  • English language assessment
  • Employment
  • Healthcare
  • School registration
  • Family support
  • Legal support
  • Banking
  • Community services
  • Document preparation
Getting Settled in Saskatoon

What we do to help you get settled

We are here to help you at every step of your settlement journey. Our assistance varies depending on how and when you arrived in Canada.

For Immigrants and Newcomers

Immigrants or refugees in their first three years following arrival in Canada are encouraged to come to us for help with:

  • Needs assessment
  • Settlement planning
  • Referrals to community resources
  • Information and orientation sessions
  • Paraprofessional counselling
  • Linguistic and cultural interpretation
  • Document preparation and translation

Newcomers in their first three years following arrival in Saskatchewan are encouraged to come to us for help with:

  • Assessing initial settlement needs and concerns
  • Information to assist with housing and transportation
  • Assistance in accessing education, social and health services
  • Practical guidance and counselling
  • Referrals to community resources
  • Document preparation and translation
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Resettlement Assistance Program

Our staff supports Government-Assisted Refugees in the first 6 weeks following their arrival in Saskatoon with:

  • Airport reception
  • Temporary housing
  • Document preparation
  • Connecting with health services
  • Finding permanent housing
  • Banking information and services
  • Referrals to basic services

Note - Only Government-Assisted Refugees are eligible for the Refugee Assistance Program.