Housing Support Program


JHSS assists males (18+) involved with the justice system and dealing with homelessness to obtain transitional and long-term housing and support through our Housing Support Programs in Saskatoon and Regina. Our objective is to house and support individuals involved with the justice system and reintegrating upon release from prison and to reduce recidivism.

Caseworkers provide support to program participants by working to reduce their barriers to accessing community support and connection. The goal is to reduce recidivism and their risk of returning to homelessness. Residents are provided with access to health and cultural supports, as well as various recreational activities to encourage connection to the community. Caseworkers offer support in the area of life-skills as they work towards independence and remaining housed long-term.

The Housing Support Program is operated in Regina and Saskatoon. The program is funded in both cities by Reaching Home. Program referrals flow through Coordinated Access partners in both cities. Visit the Homelessness Information Partnership Saskatchewan (HIPSK) website for more information on the referral process.