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People with disabilities who live in Saskatchewan and who meet the necessary age, financial, and medical eligibility requirements may be eligible for the Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability (SAID) benefits. The SAID benefits provide financial assistance to those who qualify.

Each step involved in the application process for the SAID benefits will be described in detail in this guide.

Benefit information

This process may take you several months from start to finish

This website helps you go through the application process step-by-step. You can take your time on each step. You can leave the site and come back later when you have more time, energy, and the documents you may need in a step.

If you are approved to receive the Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability (SAID) you could receive

  • Between $961 - $1,094 for a living income benefit, depending on where in Saskatchewan you live
  • Up to $114 for specific utilities
  • $93 for energy or home heating
  • $50 for water and sewer

I am Indigenous. Is the journey different for me?

If you are Indigenous and are living on reserve, you have to access Federal funding distributed by the Band. If you are Indigenous and live off reserve, you can access provincial funding through the SAID program.

What province are you from?

Knowing your province helps us make this tool the best experience for you.

Important information about benefits for Indigenous Peoples

If you are Indigenous there are many things that affect the benefits you can get and the dollar amounts you can get from them. These include the agreements your band or governing body has with provincial, territorial, and federal governments. Before applying to any benefits, you should speak with your governing body, if applicable.

AFOA Canada and Prosper Canada are currently seeking funding to develop an online tool that serves the needs of Indigenous people living in Canada.