Services department of the Salvation Army Community Services
is responsible for the men's
housing rooms, 1 youth
beds, 1 mental
health room, and rooms for our long
term residents. Our Residential Workers staff the Front Desk and provide security for the
building, assists in half-way
They also help facilitate the public and our clients to sign up for
are $50/night for the men's
hostel or $100 per week. If a client is unable
to pay, we approve one nights stay with breakfast in the morning.
In the event the client checks in on a weekend, we let them
stay with us until Monday morning breakfast. The client would
then be directed to either the Ministry
of Social Services or their band for further funding if
for our rooms are Private and semi-private transitional rooms, and are made available to clients who have been staying in our dorms who are unable to afford or find suitable housing. They are offered on a 3 to 6 month term depending on the client's circumstances.
epicentre of Residential Services is our Front Desk which is
staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Residential Workers are also responsible for ensuring conditions that the court has placed on a client are being
followed, baggage checks, first aid, and keeping accurate records
for our residents and those that come for meals.
on the time of day, the Residential workers also
help people coming in off the streets who are in the need of
food, emergency help, or just need to talk.
have any questions about Residential Services at the Salvation
Army Community Centre, the Residential Program Director is Drew Bilboe. Mr. Bilboe
can be reached at (306) 986-2156 or via e-mail at drew.bilboe[at]salvationarmysasktoon.org