Making a difference in our communities

Making a difference by providing support for youth, families, parents and adults in Yorkton and east-central Saskatchewan 

Many communities, many services

SIGN on Broadway

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SIGN on Broadway not only houses our services, but is home to many community-based organizations.

J. Elton Davidge Building

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Our administrative offices and a number of services are located on North Street. 


More info about our locations >

Kamsack

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SIGN services are provided at two offices in Kamsack, and staff also travel to other communities in east-central Saskatchewan to provide services.

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Register for free Group Triple P this spring and take the guesswork out of parenting

Registration is now being accepted for Group Triple P sessions in Yorkton, Kamsack, Fort Qu'Appelle and Melville. Sessions are being on various dates from March through May, and early registration is encouraged since group sizes are limited to 12 parents or fewer. Sessions are free and open to parents/caregivers of children 10 years and under, or those age 10 to 16.

Much more information >

We welcome your support

The work of SIGN is possible through donations from community-minded businesses, residents, clubs and organizations, as well as fees for services received from various levels of government. Please consider supporting SIGN by making a donation. Your support is greatly appreciated.

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About Us

Our vision and our mission

We envision contributing to and participating in communities that are caring, self-reliant, safe and stable; that offer opportunities to participate in and benefit from social, economic, cultural and recreational activities; and that provide for basic needs.


We see it as our mission to provide leadership, programs and services that assist, support and empower children, adults and families to achieve lifelong success, leading to strong and caring citizens and communities.


More about our vision, mission and values >

Celebrating 50 years of service

This year we celebrate 50 years of service to the people of Yorkton and east-central Saskatchewan. 


Join us on May 10 for our anniversary dinner and celebration. 


See the details >


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As part of their Day of Caring, Painted Hand Casino staff volunteered to build a playhouse and picnic tables for the Early Learning Centre.