Social Housing in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation



The Social Housing Program offers rental housing, commonly referred to as “social housing”, for people with low incomes or people who are victims of abuse. The rent is based on a tenant’s income — the lower the income, the lower the rent. Social housing is available in over 300 communities in Saskatchewan. This housing is suitable for seniors and families, but some is suitable for persons with a disability.

For families, social housing is intended to be short-term until a family is able to afford to buy or rent a home in the private housing market. For seniors, social housing is intended for the long-term.

To more information, contact the office listed in the factsheet.