Programs & Services


We work with the seven member community staff to deliver programs and services withing their community with the goal of improving the quality of life. We also offer health, justice, family programs, and employment supports to both members and non-members living in Saskatoon. We strive to make transitions as easy as possible for those moving from their STC home community to Saskatoon by making access to services seamless.

Services offered to STC member communities

  • Economic Development - Economic ventures to create own-source wealth for STC member communities
  • Community Health Programs – health services and supports in community health nursing, mental health, addictions, maternal child health, nutrition and diabetes, home care for chronic conditions, Indian Residential School programs, 
  • Early Childhood Learning - early learning development for children on reserve
  • Environmental Health - ensure facilities, housing and drinking water meet health standards
  • Housing and Engineering - ensure community facilities and homes meet safety standards
  • Justice - assist members and communities with justice initiatives
  • Education - Facilitate education programs within STC member community elementary and two high schools
  • Labour Force Development - access to job training and career development supports

Saskatoon based services

  • STC Health Centre on 20th Street - HIV/AIDS Reduction Program (SHARP), needle exchange, urban immunization program, addictions and gambling outreach.
  • STC Urban Justice
  • Labour Force Development STC Employment & Training Services – access to job training and career development supports
  • White Buffalo Youth Lodge
  • Cress Housing - Cress Housing owns and operates affordable rental housing in Saskatoon
  • STC Urban Family Services - Family Programs including health and wellness programs, family rights advocacy, PALS, CHUMS
  • Early Learning Centre - Licensed daycare and Headstart programs located at St. Francis Cree Bilingual School in Saskatoon
  • Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation - Community Investments - Reinvestment of Dakota Dunes Casino gaming revenue back into the community through community grants

Facilities

STC Administrative Offices – #200-335 Packham Avenue

  • Office of the Tribal Chief and Vice Chief
  • Saskatoon Tribal Council Inc.
  • STC Health & Family Services
  • STC Urban First Nations Services Administration Office
  • Cress Housing
  • Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation (DDCDC)

STC Urban Services and Education Unit Office – 2010 7th Street

  • STC Employment & Training Services
  • STC Urban Family Services
  • STC Education Unit

White Buffalo Youth Lodge – 602 20th Street West

A multi-purpose youth and community centre offering a variety of culturally relevant programs to encourage the gift of the child, free of cost.

  • STC Urban Justice Program

STC Health Centre – 1514 20th Street

  • Public health outreach health and wellness services in the Saskatoon core neighbourhood

STC Early Learning Centre

A licensed subsidized child care facility with Headstart and daycare programs

STC Urban Family Services

Our programs ensure that the healing and wellness needs of our urban Aboriginal members are met through educational, cultural, preventative, and supportive services to parents, youth, and children aged 0-6.

Emergency Homes

  • Safe House - 24/7-365 days per year emergency shelter for children at risk of sexual   exploitation
  • oskayak wikiwaw - 8 bed facility for siblings in care. Ages 6-12 years.
  • pewasayaw Transitional Home - Short-term 5 bed transitional facility for children entering foster care. Age 0-8 years.
  • Children’s Home - Ten bed facility with goal of reuniting children and sibling groups with immediate/extended family. Ages 0-12 years.