Do you want to find a job and keep it?

If yes, please call 306 757 7452 or email: info@ssilc.ca

The Employment Services Program, funded by the Government of Saskatchewan-Labour Market Services, offers coaching, support and encouragement to those seeking employment. Whether you’re a first-time job seeker or trying to re-enter the workforce, our Employment Facilitators will assist you in creating and monitor a realistic and achievable action plan.

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Are you interested in Starting a Business?  Do you have a Hobby that you could turn into a Business Opportunity?

The Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program (EDP) program assists persons with disabilities or health conditions, to investigate self-employment and/or to start, maintain or grow their current businesses.

We offer the following services:

  • One to one Business Counselling
  • Mentoring
  • Training
  • Resources
  • Limited Funding
  • Accommodation Supports

For more information, please call/text: 639-382-0731 or email: brenda@ssilc.ca

The EDP is funded by Western Economic Diversification Canada

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Live independently

The Supported Independent Living Program (SILP) at SSILC operates by pairing consumers with intellectual disabilities from birth with support workers to guide the consumer on independent living skills, so the consumer can live independently in their own home for as long as possible.

Our program is funded by CLSD, Community Living Service Delivery, and the Government of Saskatchewan.

For admission to the program, please contact both of the following:

1. CLSD Intake: 306 787-3849

2. Alex Mohrbutter, SSILC SILP Manager: 306 529-5088

SILP home support workers provide assistance in the following areas:

  Financial Management- Budgeting
  Home Management- cleaning and organizing
  Community Resource Awareness
  Meal Planning and Grocery shopping
  Peer Support
  Leisure Activities
  Encouragement of Choice


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PrairiesCan’s Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program helps a photographer grow his business and support others

The South Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre (SSILC) is a registered not for profit that promotes the full citizenship of people with disabilities in our community. Our agency graciously welcomes donations from individuals or groups wanting to assist us promote independent living. Tax receipts will be issued for all donations of $10 or greater.