Who we are

Saskatoon Interval House is an emergency, temporary shelter for women and their children who require safe accommodation.

Residents of Interval House have been forced to leave violent relationships for their own safety and for the safety of their children.

Interval House is staffed twenty-four hours a day every day of the year. A variety of services are offered. These include safe accommodation, counseling, referral and advocacy. Crisis calls and information are also an integral part of the service Interval House provides to the community.

Interval House receives funding from Ministry of Justice and Attorney General, Saskatoon's United Way and the City of Saskatoon. We also rely on the financial support of the organizations and individuals in our community.


"We provide a short-term safe and supportive environment for women with or without children leaving abusive relationships and to work toward the elimination of all forms of abuse including physical, emotional, psychological and sexual."