Adolescent Group Home

SIGN operates a co-ed group home licensed for five adolescents between 12 and 15 years of age. The home provides a residential group care program to assist the child to understand and resolve personal and/or family issues, to prepare the child to return successfully to the care of his/her parent(s), guardian(s), or to provide ongoing care, support and direction leading to independent living as provided under the Family Service Act.

Youth are referred to the SIGN Group Home through the Ministry of Social Services.

Youth may be involved in various counseling services outside the Group Home.

Youth are required to attend school within the community or be involved in supervised work experience.


The Adolescent Group Home provides a caring, nurturing home that is supervised 24 hours a day, where the process of developing healthy relationships is of prominent importance. 

Youth continue to learn life skills, are given the opportunity to deal with personal issues and take responsibility for their behavior and are encouraged to see each experience as an opportunity to grow and develop.

The SIGN Adolescent Group Home believes:

  • That all people, regardless of race, sex, gender, culture, ability, religion, age etc. need to be treated equally and with respect;
  • That learning comes through a wide variety of experiences and opportunities;
  • That youth are to be involved in decisions regarding their care;
  • That contact with family and friends are important;
  • That Youth Care Workers will exemplify positive attitudes and ensure all residents are cared for;
  • That a positive, caring environment promotes the well-being of children;
  • That youth have the right to be free from and protected from any form of abuse;
  • That youth have the right to have regular contact with their approved family members and social worker.

For more information


Adolescent Group Home

83 North Street

Yorkton, SK S3N 0G9

Telephone: 306-783-7086

Fax: 306-783-7084