Métis Nation–Saskatchewan – Coordinated Access Saskatoon

Coordinated Access is designed to standardize the intake and assessment process for individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness under one umbrella. With this coordinated effort, agencies share information in real time and adopt uniform prioritization policies and referral processes.

Through a person-centered approach, Coordinated Access Saskatoon connects individuals and families to the right housing and other support services as efficiently as possible, based on their preference, level of need, and housing availability.

Coordinated Access Saskatoon works in conjunction with the Homeless Individual and Family Information System (HIFIS4), a comprehensive data collection and case management information system that allows multiple service providers in the same community to access real-time data to increase coordination of services.

Intake forms can be found below. The submission process for Intake is detailed on the forms.

Internal Intake Referral form

External Intake Referral form 

For questions, please contact the Coordinated Access team at or Amanda Chabot at

Métis Nation-Saskatchewan
310 20th Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7K 0A7