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Developers Building Emergency Shelters and Second-Stage Housing

The Shelter Enhancement Program – New provides sponsors (developers) with financial assistance to increase the number of emergency shelters and second-stage housing for victims of family violence.   

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1. Benefits

Eligible sponsors may receive up to 100% of the project capital costs.

Financial assistance is not available for ongoing operating costs.
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2. Eligibility

Sponsors are eligible if they:
  • are a non-profit corporation, First Nation group, or charity whose  objective is to operate housing for victims of family violence;
  • submit proof of a confirmed need or demand for their proposal; and
  • submit a viable capital plan and an operation sustainability plan that identifies all sources of long-term project and program funding.
A project is eligible if it:
  • is off-reserve;
  • creates additional shelter units or second-stage housing for victims of family violence; and
  • provides interim (not permanent) accommodation.


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3. How to apply

  1. Download the Shelter Enhancement Application Form
  2. Complete the application form
  3. Mail the completed application and associated information to:

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation
11th Floor, 1920 Broad Street
Regina, SK  S4P 3V6

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5. Further Information

The Shelter Enhancement Program – New is jointly funded by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and Saskatchewan Housing Corporation.

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