Co-locators at Station 20 West share our space and resources and operate related social outreach enterprises.
The Building Health Equity program was formed in 2007 to address health equity issues within the core-neighbourhoods of Saskatoon.
CHEP believes that food is a basic right and that a community development approach that brings people together around good food is necessary to fulfill our mission. CHEP's vision is for a food secure community.
KidsFirst is a home-based early childhood development program offered to families who would benefit from additional support in areas that have an impact on child health and development and family well-being. The vision of KidsFirst is that all children enjoy a good start in life and are nurtured by caring families and communities.
Quint Development Corporation is a unique not-for-profit organization, focused on creating economic opportunities that help to strengthen communities and improve social conditions for Saskatoon residents. Area residents conceived the corporation with support from civic and provincial governments, and Saskatoon businesses. The goal is to create opportunities for stable housing, jobs and economic development in Saskatoon's West-side core neighbourhoods.
The Mothers’ Centre uses a strength-based approach to develop skills of a diverse and intergenerational group of women. The Saskatoon Mothers' Centre is a safe space where mothers and their children can gather in a warm and welcoming environment. It is open to all women of all ages, classes, backgrounds and nationalities. Women and their children are welcome from all areas of Saskatoon, including new residents and recent immigrants.
In collaboration with groups in Saskatoon's core neighbourhoods, the University’s Community Engagement Office at Station 20 West focuses on supporting/building equity through community engaged teaching, learning, research and artistic work.
Station 20 West’s New Child has Returned
March 03, 2016
Partners in Action: Station 20 West
February 02, 2016