Regina Residential Services Co-Management Committee (RRSCC)
RRSCC is a partnership between community organizations and the Government of Saskatchewan. It functions to review and respond to requests for residential services, to develop and monitor programs and services, and to allocate resources. The RRSCC is a single point of entry for all individuals requiring residential services, providing coordinated planning, referral and service development and review.
The RRSCC partnership reflects a vision that recognizes the shared responsibility of its members in meeting the residential needs of individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities in Regina. While each member has distinct skills, resources and capacities, all understand the importance of supporting one another as they operate and develop services and programs. RRSCC members believe that services and programs must respond to the needs of the individuals whom they serve.
Criteria: Individuals must meet the mandate of Community Living Service Delivery and be at least eighteen (18) years of age.
Accessing residential services through a single point of entry process is based on planning principles that include:
- The individual is at the center of the planning process and needs to be supported in expressing their goals, needs and wishes.
- Services and programs are built and operated around the support needs of the individual.
- Support requirements are based on complete and accurate information.
- Effective and responsive planning requires the ongoing review and monitoring of services as they relate to the changing needs and goals of individual.
- Effective and responsive planning requires the ongoing review and monitoring of services as they relate to the changing needs and goals of individuals.
- One person is designated as the fixed point of responsively to oversee and coordinate the activities of the planning team.
- All members of the planning team understand and are committed to the principles of teamwork.
- Open communication between all parties is essential for effective and responsive planning.
requests for residential services
Receipt of a written request for, or changes in, residential services by the RRSCC initiates the planning process. Requests can be made by:
- Individuals who require new services or a change in current service.
- Families of individuals who are requesting new or changes in services.
- Agencies who identify the need for a change in the services received by an individual that requires allocation of additional funds or other resources they do not presently have.
- Community Living Service Delivery, Ministry of Social Services.
RRSCC member agencies provide residential services to individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities 18 years or older. Referrals for service for individuals under the age of 18 years old must be made by CLSD.
Download PDF Document: Comprehensive Personal Planning and Support Policy (CPP&SP)
Download PDF Document: CLSD Participant Abuse Policy (2009)
Download PDF Document: SAID Policy Manual (2015)
Download PDF Document: Application for Intake (RRSCC)
Download PDF Document: CLSD Fact Sheet
Download PDF Document: Saskatchewan Child Abuse Protocol (2017)
Download PDF Document: RQHR My Voice
Download PDF Document: Child Protection Services Pamphlet (2017)
Download PDF Document: Duty to Report Pamphlet (2017)
Download PDF Document: Person-centred Culture Framework
Download PDF Document: Person-centred Thinking Task Team
Download PDF Document: Your Life, Your Rights
Download PDF Document: Your Life, Your Rights Handbook
Link to Saskatchewan Disability Strategy