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The Discounted Bus Pass Program allows people with lower-incomes access to quality public transportation, in order to work and attend community activities.
Health benefits available for low-income working families who meet the standards of an income test, or are receiving the Saskatchewan Employment Supplement or the Saskatchewan Rental Housing Supplement
Find documents and forms for various Government of Saskatchewan financial assistance programs.
Apply for support services and benefits for individuals with cognitive disabilities who have significant behavioural and developmental challenges.
Learn about your eligibility and how to apply for Individualized Funding for home care for seniors.
Individuals who are looking for work may apply for a general living allowance, which includes things like food, clothing, shelter, and transportation.
Senior citizens who have little or no income, can receive financial assistance to help meet their basic needs.
Unemployed or lower-income families may apply for financial assistance to help with the basic costs of living.
Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability (SAID) is an income support program for people with significant and enduring disabilities.
Lower-income families with children may receive a monthly payment that supplements income from a job, farming, self-employment, or from child or spousal support.
The Child Care Subsidy is available to help families with the cost of child care. Find out your eligibility and how to apply.
Check the payment dates for Saskatchewan Assistance Program (SAP), Transitional Employment Allowance Program (TEA), and Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability (SAID).
Families with low-to-moderate income, and individuals with disabilities may receive financial assistance to access quality and affordable rental housing.
The Personal Care Home Benefit (PCHB) provides seniors with monthly financial assistance to help them with the cost of living in a licensed personal care home.
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