Community Profile

The Prairie Somali Canadian Community centre is a community-based non profit organization providing a wide range of much needed services mainly to Saskatchewan’s growing Somali ethnic community. It was established in 2011 to meet the ever-expanding needs and concerns of the Somali Canadians and new immigrants. It is an integral part in all facets of life of the Somali community in the province, and helps in improving the quality of life for the Somalis as well as other Afro-Canadian immigrants. Although limited in resources, PSCCC is the connecting point between Somalis of different ages and social status. It promotes and sustains the civic spirit and volunteerism in the community. PSCCC is among the primary founders and a proud member of the African Canadian Resources Network of Saskatchewan.

Domestic violence is abuse between married or common-law partners or parents vs children. The abuse can be verbal, emotional, sexual, or physical. It can also be a combination of a number of these forms, therefore our PSC community centre believes that domestic abuse can happen in any family regardless of their race, ethnic or religious association, thus PSCCC provides support and prevention program in order to counter domestic abuse and help its victims, especially children and women.

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PSCCC NEW OFFICE HOURS

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we will not be operating on our usual office hours.

For Immigration, Settlement, Passport & Citizenship Services, please call for an appointment before coming to the centre, Tel: 306-596-0380.
Email: prairiesomcan@yahoo.com

For Community based counselling for families and youth, help with school/parent relations, resume and employment services, or any other emergence need for assistance will be accommodated on a case by case basis.

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