McLeod House provides 12 units in the form of transitional housing for men in addictions recovery and offers support services and programming for men post-treatment and recovery. McLeod House is a partnership between (Central Urban Métis Federation Incorporated (CUMFI)) and the Saskatoon Health Region – Mental Health & Addiction Service.
McLeod House is a transitional home for 12 single men in addictions recovery. We provide a safe, secure environment in a monitored living situation. On April of 2004, McLeod House was opened. It is a 12-suite apartment building and can house 16 single men at a time. McLeod House offers safe and supportive housing for men who are struggling with various addictions. The apartment building is monitored and staffed 24 hours a day-7 day a week. Clients are referred to McLeod House through referrals from MACSI, Larson House, and/or other community support organizations. McLeod House offers fully furnished suites. with 16 short term or long-term beds. There are 5 shared and 6 single accommodations with 24-hour security. Criteria ∙ Be Referred by a addictions worker, corrections, treatment centers, detox centers, self referrals or Social Services.