Organizations that assist with Housing & Healthy Living

Housing Options. Determine whether you are eligible for Section 56 and what your allowance is for rent. Find out if you are eligible for transitional housing or independent living.
Calculate the cost for rent in the community (explore local ads, rental agencies, do not forget damage deposit, other moving expenses)
Identify Your Resources and References. Do you qualify for subsidized housing or other financial aid?
Identify Items that you have and that you will need. Such as furniture, household items. 
Educate yourself, know your rights and responsibilities.

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Prince Albert Metis Women’s Association Inc
Reaching Home – Housing Works Program, Transitional Housing for Youth
(306) 763 – 5356

Prince Albert Housing Authority
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Student Family Housing, Family Housing
230 8th Street East
(306) 763 – 8571

YWCA, Prince Albert
Community Connection Centre, Stepping Stones Shelter, Central Avenue Residential and Youth Services, Our House, Homeward Bound & Kindred Spirit, Terrance Place & Harmony Home, Rendalyn Home, Settlement Services
1895 Central Ave
(306) 763 – 8571

Prince Albert Safe Shelter
Safety, Shelter, Support, Referrals, In-House Programming
923 7th Street East
(306) 764 – 7233

PA Community Housing Society
Housing, Affordable, Subsidized inits, families, singles
401 13th Street East
(306) 922 – 5440

Northern Spruce Housing Corporation
Low Income Housing, Affordable Housing
31 13th Street East
(306) 922 – 4122

Riverbank Development Corporation
Affordable Housing
135 15th Ave West
(306) 763 – 4221

Prince Albert Grand Council
Housing for Students, Families, Individuals
2300 9th Ave West
(306) 953 7200