There are a wide variety of definitions used to explain non-profit housing.
We subscribe to the belief that non-profit housing starts from the ground up. It is created by the community for the community.
The non-profit housing sector is dedicated to providing affordable housing to those in need. Non-profit housing organizations operate independently from market rent housing and provide housing and other services that may include education, special care, public and private events, training and guidance, cultural and community workshops and more.
An eight member Board of Directors is responsible for the affairs of the Meadow Lake Native Urban Housing Corporation. The members are representatives from a wide variety of local organizations and are current with the ever changing demands and needs of the community.
The operations of the Meadow Lake Native Urban Housing Corporation are overseen by Manager Lauri Bell with the support of well qualified and dedicated staff.
The Meadow Lake Native Urban Housing Corporation believes that safe, secure and affordable housing is a basic human right and we fully appreciate that access to housing is a social determinant of health, both for individuals and communities.
We value honesty, integrity, reliability and openness and will continue to work to ensure that our tenants build safe, vibrant and accessible communities where they can feel a sense of pride and belonging.
Meadow Lake Native Urban Housing Corp. is actively engaged in pursuing solutions for the lack of housing for both seniors and single individuals.
Our current housing stock consists of 145 units which includes 80 single family dwelling units, 17 duplex units, 3 senior’s housing units and 1 tri-plex.
Meadow Lake Native Urban Housing Corporation now offers an ‘Early Rent Draw’ which entitles the winner to a gift certificate to any number of local establishments.
We also have interac available to ensure efficient client services.
Meadow Lake Native Urban Housing Corporation is a member organization of the Métis Urban Housing Association of Saskatchewan Inc. (MUHAS).
MUHAS was incorporated in 1992 with six member corporations providing over 1000 units for families, seniors and singles. The housing types vary by corporation in Lloydminster, Meadow Lake. Prince Albert and Regina.
Their mission is to work as a collective body on behalf of housing groups in Saskatchewan to provide housing for all Métis and indigenous people
Meadow Lake Native Urban Housing Corporation is a member organization of the Network of Non-Profit Housing Providers of Saskatchewan (NPHPS).
Their mission is to maintain and build new relationships across the province to facilitate the development and administration of supports and services available for those in need.
The NPHPS vision is for all non-profit housing providers in Saskatchewan have access to advocacy and the information and resources they require to meet the needs of their organizations and the clientele that they serve.
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