Plan (SPP) - voluntary plan, tax-deductible contributions.
Branch - learn
your rights as a consumer, and how to protect yourself.
Saskatchewan Financial assistance
Assistance Program (SAP) is a program of last resort for families and
individuals who, for various reasons, including disability, illness, low
income or unemployment, cannot meet basic living costs.
repairs and renovations - Saskatchewan has many programs to assist
homeowners, including landlords.
Saskatchewan Health care
Plan and Extended Health Benefits Branch
programs and services.
Saskatchewan Children and families
and family benefits provided by federal and provincial/territorial
Health Benefits - gives health coverage to low-income families.
Benefits for children include prescription drugs, dental care, eye exams,
eye glasses and other benefits. Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) form
RC116 must be completed and returned to Saskatchewan Social Services
in order to receive Family Health Benefits.
of Disability Issues
Assured Income for Disability (SAID) - The SAID program will provide
an income for persons with significant and long-term disabilities separate
from the Saskatchewan Assistance Program (SAP)
Abuse - learn the signs and how to get help
Plan - financial assistance for seniors aged 65+.
Revised: March 08, 2013