Mutchmor Lodge

To provide affordable, living accommodation and services while preserving the personal dignity, privacy, and independence of  a Resident.  

Our Pledge to All Residents 
To respect and preserve the personal dignity, privacy, and independence of our residents. Design programs to meet the social, spiritual and recreational needs of our residents.To foster programs and policies that encourages the continued involvement of the residents, friends, and family. 

 Our Pledge to Employees
To provide a safe secure work place where employees are encouraged to develop to their fullest potential.To treat our employees with respect and encourage them to share innovative and better ways to operate.  

The Mutchmor Lodge Pledge 
To ensure that the assets of Mutchmor Lodge are diligently managed. Design policies and procedures that reflect the spirit and objectives of the corporation.

Our History
Mutchmor Lodge and Hewitt Place were built by The United Church Housing Corporation of Regina in the early 60’s to provide affordable living accommodation for seniors. Mutchmor Lodge is named after the two United Church of Canada ministers who founded the United Housing corporation; Reverends Harry and James Mutchmor.  Eight United Churches sponsored the purchase of the land to build a 48 bed hostel for seniors that opened in may 1961.  The Corporation was established as a non-profit organization charity.  Due to an increase in the need for independent senior housing demands, the Hewitt place housing apartments were added to the facility in 1963. In the mid 90’s legislation in health changed.  In cooperation with the Regina Health District, Mutchmor Lodge was designated as an assisted living facility.  The facilities were renovated to accommodate the changing needs of the seniors and were reopened with renovated suites including half bath as well as small one bedrooms suites with showers.  Because of a substantial waiting list in 2003 for Mutchmor Lodge, Wascana Wing was planned. The four story Wascana Wing completed in June 2005, adding 50 assisted housing suites to the 52 existing assisted housing suites.  The new wing was designed by Pattison MGM Architectural Services and constructed by Graham Construction and Engineering.  To allow this construction one of the Hewitt Place Buildings was torn down in 2004.  The Wascana Wing gets its name from the Wascana Presbytery, a regional member of the United Church of Canada.  The new wing is energy efficient; with high efficiency boilers that recycles heat and energy efficient lighting through out the building.