SARC: Formed in 1968, the Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres (SARC) is a non-profit, provincial association of 62 independent and autonomous agencies that serve over 4,000 persons with disabilities. Our Member and Associate Member agencies provide residential, rehabilitation, developmental and employment services. SARC, in turn, provides these agencies with policy development, marketing, training, benefits management, labour relations, standards and accreditation, lobbying support, and other services.
Mission: To offer vision, leadership and support to its Members in the pursuit of excellence in community services for individuals with disabilities.
Philosophy: SARC's philosophy is based on respect, integrity, and responsibility of both its Members and individuals served. We listen, learn, and lead together.
Values: SARC believes in:
SARCAN: The 71 SARCAN depots throughout Saskatchewan provide a comprehensive collection, processing and marketing system to recycle most ready-to-serve beverage containers. Around 80% (~365) of the employees of SARCAN, the recycling division of SARC, are persons with disabilities. SARC Member Centres operate over half of the province's SARCAN depots in their home communities.