Chip and Dale homes opens newly renovated day program facility

The Government of Saskatchewan announced $200,000 in funding to help make property improvements to a home that allows people with intellectual disabilities.

Minister of Social Services Gene Makowsky joined community members, dignitaries, and day program participants in Regina to celebrate the grand opening of the newly renovated Chip and Dale Homes day program facility.

The Ministry of Social Services allocated the capital funding for property improvements, making the new space fully accessible and allowing for the expansion of programming for up to 50 individuals. Additionally, the ministry provides over $1.07 million in annualized funding to operate the newly renovated location in Regina.

Chip and Dale Homes is a non-profit organization supporting people with intellectual disabilities in Regina. 

Operating through a person-centred approach, Chip and Dale Homes run 15 group homes, accommodating 54 individuals, and a day program serving 34 individuals.

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