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The SACL employs four Advocates who are experienced and trained to support individuals with disabilities and their families to work through issues in their local communities.

Advocates help people deal with educational, health and social systems, with specific questions of assistance and in cases where families or individuals believe their human rights or benefits as a Saskatchewan citizen are being neglected or ignored.

If you are interested in advocacy support, contact the SACL Advocate assigned to your area in the province.

Saskatoon and area: Maureen O’Hara Jolly (306) 955-3344

Regina and South: Lori Duke (306) 790-5684

North of Prince Albert: Josh McBride (306) 763-5605

Prince Albert: Carrie Wasyliw (306) 763-5605

For more information on advocacy
call (306) 955-3344
fax (306) 373-3070
email: [email protected].

Family & Individual Advocacy

SACL assists people as they work through issues in their lives with respect to access to education, employment, housing, social services, health and medical services and on issues of justice and human rights.

Organizational Advocacy

The SACL has a respected tradition of a strong voice at the local, provincial and national level with government and agencies on issues that affect people with intellectual disabilities and their families. Since our beginning, we speak out to create welcoming and accessible communities