satellite office

Satellite Office schedule


  • June 26 - Preeceville

  • July 10 - Melville

  • July 24 - Esterhazy

  • August 14 - Churchbridge

  • August 28 - Invermay

  • September 11 - Foam Lake

  • September 25 - Preeceville


ECNWC schedules regular satellite office sessions in larger centres in the region to provide services to newcomers, immigrants and refugees residing outside Yorkton. This service is provided to ensure that newcomers with transportation barrier are able to access services from the agency at their location. 

A "larger centre" is defined as a community outside Yorkton which has a larger number of newcomer, immigrant and refugee residents compared to other communities. This number also includes individuals living on nearby farms. The following are identified as larger centres: Melville, Esterhazy, Preeceville, Invermay, Churchbridge and Kamsack.


Canora, Foam Lake, Norquay and Moosomin are considered medium size centres. 

The Settlement Worker (SW) and Settlement Advisor (SA) take turns in conducting the Satellite Office sessions in each community. On average, each larger community will be visited by the SW or the SA every three months. Satellite Office are conducted in the medium size communities every six months. 

SAs and SWs are also available to meet with clients residing outside Yorkton when the need arises.

The schedule of Satellite Office sessions can be seen at right.

Eligibility

This service is available to permanent and temporary residents, newly naturalized Canadian citizens and refugees. Please visit our office at Unit H, 132 Broadway St. W, Yorkton or call 306.783.2777.

Unit H 132 Broadway Street W

Yorkton SK Canada S3N 0M4