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If you are a person with a disability who currently receives Social Assistance, watch your mailbox for the Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability (SAID) Application Package.  For more information about the SAID Program, click here.



Message to SSILC Membership from
Executive Director Michael Richter:

The SSILC Board of Directors has recommended Marcia Herback, Chartered Accountant, as SSILC's Official Auditor for the 2012-2013 fiscal year.  To view Marcia Herback's Profile and Audit procedures, click here

SSILC Annual General Report 2011


 Founded in 1991, the South Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre (SSILC) is a consumer controlled, community based, cross disability agency that promotes the full citizenship of people with disabilities in our community.  SSILC is an accredited member of Independent Living Canada, the national umbrella organization for 26 disability resource centres across Canada. 

The Independent Living (IL) philosophy is central to SSILC’s work.  The IL movement is based on the right of people to live with dignity in their chosen community, participate in all aspects of life, and to control and make decisions about their own lives. The consultation method used in every aspect of SSILC’s programming is based on the IL philosophy, and implements an asset based approach to developing both individual and community capacity. 

SSILC offers support to individuals and their families through the resource centre located at 2220 Albert Street in Regina.




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