History & Impact
In 1987, a group of adoptive parents in Saskatchewan began meeting to support one another as adoptive parents, and eventually formed the Saskatchewan Adoptive Parents Association (SAPA). In 1993 SAPA became a non-profit, registered charity and Community Based Organization (CBO) under the direction of the Ministry of Social Services. In 2002, the Saskatchewan Adoptive Parents Association changed their name and mandate in order to more accurately reflect the population that the organization was serving to become the Adoption Support Centre of Saskatchewan Inc. (ASCS).
Providing adoption related support in Saskatchewan.
The number of clients we’ve supported over the last year.
resources & materials
In our adoption-related Carol Bothwell Library.
domestic adoption inquiries
Average number per year.