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Family Of Services

24 hour staffed environments

Residential Group Homes

We provide group homes, supported group living and independent living programs to ensure a secure and resourceful environment for all participants.

Some of our properties are listed below-

  • Melvilla Manor
  • Anne Cameron Place
  • Carpe Diem House
  • Verna’s Villa – Supported Apartment Living Program
  • Supported Independent Living Program in the community of Melville, SK.
Day Program

We offer community-based services and activity programs to provide a stimulating structured environment to enrich the lives of individuals. Participants take part in planned activities either within the centre or on outings. The expectation for the activity centre is to provide access to quality-of-life activities. 

Participants can choose the activities they wish to take part in, from a variety of daily living skills and/or leisure activities, to employment-based activities within our facility and community. The program empowers participants to make informed choices which appeal to them.


Vocational Programs are listed below-

The aim is to promote:

Commercial Kitchen

Chefs in Training/Commercial Kitchen participants provide quality customer service

The Commercial Kitchen is Opened Monday to Friday: 8:30 am to 2:30 pm


Community Relations

To ensure our range of services are relevant to our participants and ensure that they are included in the community. We inform and educate the community about our services to enrich their understanding of individuals with disabilities.

Quality of Life Services

We offer several engaging support services and community-based activities to enhance their lives and to help them learn and develop important life, leisure, and work skills.
This is a province-wide collection network of nearly 130 collection points and EcoCentres in major communities that will accept used oil, used oil filters, used antifreeze and used oil, antifreeze and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) containers.

Be A Part Of Our Programs

Join us in our journey of making a difference by applying for our training programs, and sharpening your skills to live independently.

What’s the Participation Process?

Rail City Industries Admission, Review and Transition Committee are responsible for the admission of the participants. The Program Coordinators are your support system to discuss if the program is appropriate for you.

If you want to participate in our programs, please follow these steps:

  • You must submit the necessary admission documents to Community Living Service Delivery (CLSD) — entry applications, educational certificates, medical reports, etc.
  • You must fill out the applications and release information consent, including a vocational evaluation.

Upon receipt of these documents CLSD will forward these documents to the A.R.T committee. The Agency will review the application package to ensure you are eligible for participation.