Oxford House


OHS is presently continuing acceptance of applications at both Regina and Saskatoon branches, for both men and women. However, we are under COVID-19 Watch and are implementing additional practices at intake.

 See our ‘Contact’ page for eligibility, referral information and application forms.


Oxford House Saskatchewan (OHS) is a CRA-registered charitable organization which provides housing and support for individuals who have recently completed an addictions treatment program, are homeless, or at-risk of homelessness, and express a strong desire to continue their recovery in a drug-free environment. OHS has proven to be a critical service provider within Regina. The long-term vision is to expand the OHS to the Saskatoon area and across Saskatchewan. Oxford House Saskatchewan is the only non-profit in Saskatchewan to provide this type of support for recovering addicts.

Often recovering addicts have insufficient supports to succeed in long term recovery upon completion of a treatment program. Without post-recovery support, the result is recidivism for an estimated 90% of this vulnerable sector. Providing support is key to the concept while ensuring Member accountability to improve these outcomes.

Mission Statement

Oxford House Saskatchewan ensures safe, supportive and sober living environments for individuals in recovery so they will have a sense of belonging, safety and want to be contributing members of society.