To 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.
Saskatoon Interval House works together with all who are committed to creating a safe community.
Saskatoon Interval House believes in providing a safe, respectful environment for women and their children experiencing domestic violence.
To educate women and their children through our professional services to achieve a violence-free lifestyle with client centered services, education services, accountability, co-ordination and integration.
CLIENT CENTERED SERVICE
To deliver timely, comprehensive and co-ordinated services to clients.
Education opportunities are necessary to keep organizational practices current.
CO-ORDINATION AND INTEGRATION
Saskatoon Interval House recognizes the important role the community plays in the continuum of services and we will network with other agencies.
Services shall be provided in the most efficient and fiscally responsible means possible.
Saskatoon Interval House recognizes the importance of working in an environment that reflects the needs of clients and staff and will continue to pursue a state of the art facility.
Strategists, namely the Board of Directors, the Staff, the Clients and the Community at Large, will implement the strategies that recognize the mandate, vision, values and goals of the organization.
The Board of Directors shall lead the organization by providing guidance through:
Community Involvement Availability
The Staff shall operate the organization under the direction of the Board of Directors and the Executive Director and within the guidelines of the policies developed for operational purposes.
The Clients will seek our services and acknowledge the services offered.
The Community-at-Large will support our mandate and vision.
We are a United Way of Saskatoon and Area Funded Agency.