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Welcome to the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living. Citizens who have an intellectual disability are full, active and valued members of society, who have worthwhile opportunities and a range of choices in all aspects of life. We believe in:


Rights and freedoms are respected and protected, and people have the opportunity to meet obligations as participating and contributing citizens.


People with intellectual disabilities belong to families, friends and neighbourhoods, with full access to and participation in schools, places of work, and the community.


People with intellectual disabilities have an active and decisive voice in making decisions that affect their lives.

Please feel free to browse through our website and contact us.

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