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Crisis Phone Numbers

National Crisis Numbers

Kids Help Phone
Telephone: 1-800-668-6868
Text: 686868
Facebook Messenger: https://kidshelpphone.ca/get-virtual-support-with-facebook-messenger/
Do you identify as First Nations? You can ask to be matched with an Indigenous crisis responder (if one is available) as you begin your conversation.

First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line – 24/7 Hours
1-855-242-3310
Speak an Indigenous language? Ask to be connected with someone who speaks your language.

National Suicide Prevention LifeLine
1-800-273-8255 (TALK)

Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline – 24/7 Hours
1-833-900-1010

Indian Residential School Crisis Line – 24/7 Hours
1-866-925-4419

Veterans Crisis Help Line – 24/7 Hours
1-800-268-7708

Saskatoon

Saskatoon Mobile Crisis – 24/7 Hours
(306) 933-6200

Provincial Child Protection Line (Central Region)
1-800-274-8297

Saskatoon Police Service
(306) 975-8300

Saskatoon RCMP
(306) 975-5173

SSAIC Crisis Line (24 Hours – Mobile Crisis Answers After Hours)
(306) 244-2224

0530 Saskatoon Crisis Intervention 24/7
(306) 933-6200

After Hours Crisis – Child Abuse
(306) 933-6200

Saskatoon Crisis Nursery (24/7 Emergency Care for Children)
(306) 242-2433

Saskatoon Interval House – 24/7 Women’s Abuse Crisis Line 
1-888-338-0880

Saskatoon Sexual Assault and Information Centre – 24/7 Sexual Assault Crisis Line
(306) 244-2224

West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre – 24/7 Victim Assistance & Support Team 
(306) 463-1860

Regina

Mobile Crisis Helpline 24/7
(306) 757-0127

Regina Mobile Crisis – 24/7 Suicide Line
(306) 525-5333

Regina Child Abuse Line
(306) 569-2724

Carmichael Outreach
(306) 757-2235

Regina Transition House – 24/7 Domestic Violence/Abuse Crisis Line 
(306) 569-2292

Regina Sexual Assault Centre – 24/7 Sexual Assault Line
1-844-952-0434

Regina Police Service
(306) 777-6500

Prince Albert

Child Abuse – After Hours
(306) 764-1011

24/7 Mobile Crisis Line
(306) 764-1011

Prince Albert Children’s Haven (24/7 Emergency Care for Children) 
(306) 922-4454

Prince Albert Mobile Crisis Unit – 24/7 Sexual Assault Line
(306) 764-1039

Prince Albert Police
(306) 953-4222

Northeast Region

Northeast Crisis Intervention Centre – 24/7 Hours
Toll Free: 1-800-611-6349

Crisis Line: 1-306-752-9455

Northeast Women’s Domestic Violence Shelter – 24/7
(306) 752-9464

Piwapan Women’s Centre – 24/7 Crisis Line 
(306) 425-4090

(North Saskatchewan) Pregnancy Crisis Line – 24/7 
(306) 446-4440

West Central Region

West Central Crisis & Family Support Centre
Crisis Line (9am-5pm, M-F): (306) 463-6655

West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre – Victim Assistance & Support Team – 24/7 Hours
(306) 463-1860

Southwest Region

Southwest Crisis Services – 24/7

Crisis Line 
1-306-778-3386

Toll Free Line 
1-800-567-3334

Moose Jaw & Five Hills Region

Five Hills Mental Health & Addictions Services 

Toll Free (8am-5pm, M-F): 1-877-564-0543
Crisis Line (8am-5pm, M-F): (306) 691-6464

Moose Jaw Transition House – Domestic Violence Crisis Line – 24/7 Hours
306-693-6511

Hudsons Bay Region

Hudsons Bay Family & Support Centre – 24/7

Toll Free: 1-866-865-7274
Crisis Line: (306) 865-3064

Tribal Council & Independant Band Resources

Agency Chiefs Tribal Council (ACTC)

Big River First Nation Health Centre
• NNADAP
• Medical transport
Hazel Angus – NNADAP Worker
Office: 306-724-4664
Cecilia Smallboy – Medical Transportation Coordinator
Office: 306-724-4664

Pelican Lake (Chitek) Health Centre
• Addictions and mental health
Phone: (306) 984-4716

Witchekan Lake Health Centre
Phone: (306) 883-2552
• Mental health/holistic services

Battleford Tribal Council (BTC)

Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre (BRT6HC) – Located in North Battleford

Offers mental health and addictions services to their surrounding communities Little Pine First Nation, Lucky Man Cree Nation, Moosomin First Nation, Poundmaker First Nation, & Sweetgrass First Nation.
• Ages 10-17
• 18 and up
• Support those who are affected by someone else’s mental illness
Youth Outreach Program
• Offers suicide prevention, self-esteem, stress reduction, addictions,
• ASIST training for members
• Journey to Wellness (J2W) program

Liaison program
• Coordinates services with BRT6HC members that go to high school in NB or are admitted into NB Mental Health.

Address: 1192 101st Street North Battleford, SK
S9A 0Z6
Call us:
306-937.6700
Toll free in SK:
1-855-937-6700

Battleford Agency Tribal Council (BATC)

Ahtahkakoop First Nation (Health Centre)
• Medical transport
• Mental health
Phone: (306) 468-2747

Saulteax First Nation
• Mental health therapist
• Medical transport
Phone: (306) 386-1037

File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council (FHQTC)

Youth Engagement Strategy (YES) and Youth Action Plan (YAP)

• Health programs include Brighter Futures/Mental Health/Solvent Abuse, National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, HIV/Aids, Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve, and a Tobacco Cessation Program.
• YAP meetings are now scheduled during the school year and are open to FHQTC youth in grades 9 -12. These meetings are youth driven as the youth are surveyed and select the topics of the most interest to them. Previous topics have included Bullying and Cyber Bullying, Drugs, Healthy Relationships, Suicide Awareness, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Nutrition and Traditional Foods, Cultural Identity, and Gangs.
Contact: (306) 332-8200

 

Leading Thunderbird Lodge

“Leading Thunderbird Lodge is a male-only, 15 bed residential youth treatment facility located near the town of Fort Qu’Appelle, SK. The Lodge offers a 12 week treatment program for First Nations and Inuit male youth between the ages of 12 – 18 years, who are experiencing challenges with alcohol, drug and solvent misuse.”
Contact: (306) 332-5659
Website: www.LeadingThunderbirdLodge.ca

 

White Raven Healing Centre

White Raven Healing Centre is to provide client-centered mental health and addictions services that integrates the best of mainstream therapeutic techniques with traditional First Nation healing practices to provide a holistic approach to heal from past traumatic experiences and current psychological issues.
OUR MISSION is to promote guiding principles that will encourage open communication with all individuals, families and communities. Our primary focus is to provide traditional and conventional counselling designed to address the legacy of intergenerational impacts of residential schools and unresolved trauma and family violence.
For further information contact:
Phone: 1 (306) 332-2608
Toll Free: 1-866-748-8922

 

Muscowpaytung First Nation
• A.A. Meetings
• Wellness clinic
• POTS program
• CPNP Program
Contact:
healthcentre@muscowpetung.com
Telephone: (306)723-4506
Toll Free: 1-877- 883- 1033

 

Pasqua First Nation Circle of Care Centre
• A.A. meetings
• Medical transport
Contact: 1-306-332-3763
Toll-free: 1-800-518-1561

 

Okanese First Nation
• The Okanese health portfolio is targeted towards supporting all members in accessing quality, accessible, holistic health care and provides addiction services, help members attend healing ceremonies, tobacco reduction strategy, pre-treatment counselling services, provide awareness, education and workshops that promote healthy lifestyles, to support young adults in making healthy lifestyle choices and in developing positive social support networks.
Email: okanese@hotmail.com
Phone: (306) 334-2532

 

Star Blanket First Nation Kihew Kawaskasit Health Services
Offers community-based programming that consists of healthy child development, mental wellness and addictions, counseling and preventative programming, medical transportation and assistance, youth programming under the mental wellness initiative and suicide prevention.
Contact: 306-334-2205

Touchwood Agency Tribal Council (TATC)

Day Star First Nation, Kawacatoose First Nation, Gordon’s First Nation, and Muskowekan First Nation 
• FNARF addictions worker
• Men’s outreach services
• Clinical psychologist
• National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention (NAYSPS)
• NNADAP Workers

Kawacatoose First Nation
Jordan Dustyhorn – NNADAP
Phone:
Fax: (306) 835-2630

Daystar’s First Nation
Diane McNab – Wellness Coordinator
Phone: (306) 835-2834
Fax: (306) 835-2774

Gordon’s First Nation
Wellness Coordinator
Phone: (306) 835-2258
Fax: (306) 835-2142

Muskowekwan First Nation
Leon Wolfe – NNADAP
Phone: (306) 274-4640
Fax: (306) 274-4644

National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy (NAYSPS)
NAYSPS Coordinator
Ramoma Windigo
Email: ramonawindigo@tatc.sk.ca
Phone: 1 639 909 7300

TATC Psychologist
Rob Kirk
E-mail: kirkconsulting@sasktel.net
Phone: (306) 835 2937
Cell: (306) 539 2411

Vacant, Certified Counselor
TATC Addictions: (306) 835-2937

TATC Suicide Prevention
Maurice Longman: (306) 835-7471

First Nation Health Centre’s
Kawacatoose: (306) 835-2466
Muskowekwan: (306) 274-4640
Daystar: (306) 835-2883
George Gordon: (306) 835-2020
George Gordon (Wellness Centre): (306) 835-2258

Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC)

Waskoosis Safe Shelter
A shelter for women and their children experiencing domestic violence.
Address: 204 1 St E, Meadow Lake
Phone: 306-236-5570

Mistahey Musqua Treatment Centre
The Centre specializes in treatment of alcohol and drug addiction using a culturally relevant approach, which respects the values and beliefs of its First Nation clients.
Box 404, Loon Lake, SK, S0M1L0
Phone: (306)837-2184
For more information, admission criteria, and application visit: https://www.mistahey.com/admission-criteria

Beauval Clinic
• Offers a community mental health Registered Nurse
PO Box: 68, Beauval, S0M 0G0
Phone: (306) 288-4800

La Loche Health Clinic
• Mental health and addictions
La Loche, S0M 1G0
Phone: (306) 822-3200

St. Josephs (Il Le Cross) Health Centre
• Mental health and addictions
• Telehealth
PO Box: 630, Ile a la Crosse, S0M 1C0
Phone: (306) 833-2016

Buffalo River Health Center (Dillon)
• Addictions services
• Medical transport
• Wellness coordinator
Contact: (306) 282-4442

Clear River Dene FN Health Centre
• Mental health services
Phone: (306) 822-2378

English River Health Centre
• Addictions and mental health
• Medical transport
• Telehealth
Phone: (306) 396-2072

Birch Narrows First Nation – Annie Bagg Memorial Nursing Station
• Addictions and mental health
PO Box: 149, Turnor Lake, S0M 3E0
Phone: (306) 894-2112

Buffalo River Health Centre
• Addictions
• Wellness coordinator
PO Box: 130, Dillon, S0M 0S0
Phone: (306) 282-2132
2nd Phone: (306) 282-4442

Island Lake First Nation health Centre
PO Box: 240, Big Island Lake FN, S0M 3G0
phone: (306) 837-2265
• Mental health
• Medical transport

Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation Health Centre
PO Box: 559, Loon Lake, S0M 1L0
Phone: (306) 837-2208
• Addictions
• Mental health

Waterhen Lake First Nation Health Clinic
PO Box: 16, Waterhen Lake, S0M 3B0
Phone: (306) 236-3151
• Addictions
• Medical transport

Flying Dust First Nation Health Center
8001 Flying Dust Reserve
Meadow Lake, S9X 1T8
Phone: (306) 236-8670

Canoe Narrows/Lake Health Centre and Nursing Station
PO Box: 229, Canoe Narrows, S0M 0K0
Phone: (306) 829-2140
• Addictions
• Medical Transport

Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC)

Piwapan Women’s Centre – La Ronge
Shelter Staff are available 24/7 and will provide support and assistance with everything you need to get re-established… personalized safety plans, assistance finding new living accomodations, applying for finincial support, referrals to legal & medical services, assistance with job search and transportation to and from appointments.
Outreach & Sexual Assault Programs/Services
Community Outreach (off reserve)
306-425-3930
Outreach (on reserve)
306-425-3916 FAX: 306-425-3921
Shelter Staff
306-425-3900 Fax: 306-425-4922
24 hour Crisis Support Line
306-425-4090

Athabasca Health Facility (Indian Chicken Reserve)
• Mental health and addictions services.
• Emergency/out patient services
PO Box: 124, Black Lake, S0J 0H0
Phone: (306) 439-2200
2nd Phone: (306) 284-2020

Victoria Laliberte Memorial Health Centre (Cumberland House Cree Nation)
• Addictions services
• Mental Health/Holistic Health Services
(Services may include family support, suicide prevention, youth suicide services, addictions, NNADAP workers, mental health therapists.)
PO Box: 249, Cumberland House, S0E 0S0
Phone: (306) 888-4778

Hatchet Lake Health Center
• Addictions and mental health/holistic services
Hatchet Lake, S0J 3C0
Phone: (306) 633-2167
2nd Phone: (306) 633-2191

James Smith Health Center
• NNADAP
• Mental health/holistic
• Medical transport
• Family wellness worker
P.O. Box 506
Kinistino, Sask. S0J-1H0
Phone: (306)864-2454
Fax: (306)864-2536

Lac La Ronge Indian Health Services Department
LLRIB Health Services
The Health Services Department provides to approximately 4900 members who reside in:
• La Ronge (Kitsaki)
• Hall Lake
• Sucker River
• Little Red River
• and Grandmother’s Bay

Jeannie Bird Memorial Clinic – La Ronge
• Addictions and mental health/holistic
• Medical transport
• Youth wellness
Phone: 306-425-3600/4076
Fax: 306-425-5520
Toll Free: 1-877-425-3443

Little Red Health Center
• Mental health/holistic
• Medical transport
• Telehealth
PO Box: 330, Christopher Lake, S0J 0N0
Phone: 306-982-4294
Fax: 306-982-3672
Toll Free: 1-866-982-4294

John G. Ross – Hall Lake
Phone: 306-425-8075
Fax: 306-425-8071
Toll Free: 1-866-973-8075

Sucker River
Phone: 306-425-5591
Fax: 306-425-3153
Toll Free: 1-888-425-5590

Kokum’s Clinic – Grandmother’s Bay
Phone: 306-635-4440
Fax: 306-635-2370
Toll Free: 1-877-635-4440

William Charles Health Centre (Montreal Lake Cree Nation)
• Mental health therapist
• NNADAP
• Medical transport
Box: 250
Montreal Lake, SK
S0J-1Y0
Phone: 306 663 5995
Toll Free: 877 933 5995

Peter Ballantyne Cree Nations Health Services Inc.
PBCN Health Program consists of Amisk Lake. Deschaumbault Lake, Kinoosao, Pelican Narrows, Prince Albert, Sandy Bay, Southend, and Sturgeon Landing
• Addictions
• Counselling
Deschambeault Lake, S0J 0C0
Phone: (306) 632-2106

Red Earth Health Centre
• Addictions services
• Mental health/holistic
• Medical transport
PO Box: 106, Red Earth, S0J 1K0
Phone: (306) 768-3617

Sakwatamo Lodge (Melfort)
• Alcohol and Drug Education
• Cultural Teaching & Ceremonies
• Family Wellness
• Individual & Group Counselling
• Family Counselling
• Traditional Crafts
• Life Skills Development
• Youth Skill Development
• Child Care Support
P.O. Box 3917
Melfort, SK S0E 1A0
Phone: 877 864 3631
Fax: 306 864 2204

Shoal Lake Health Centre
• NNADAP
• Mental health therapist
• Community wellness coordinator
• Medical transport
Box 55 Pakwaw Lake, SK, S0E 1G0
Phone: 306.768-3457

Spruce Lodge (Prince Albert)
24 hours, 7 hours This is a short term stay for people who live long distances and who require Prince Albert health care services. Please call for intake.
2300-10th Ave. West
Cottage #10
Phone: 953-1590
Fax: 922-2502

Sturgeon Lake Health Center
• NNADAP
• Mental Health Therapy
• Crisis Counselling
• Men’s & women’s talking circles
• Referral services
• Elders counselling
• Medical transport
Comp 5, Site 12, RR1
Sturgeon Lake, S0J 2E0
Phone: (306) 764-9352

Wahpeton Health Centre
• Addictions and mental health/holistic services
PO Box: 128, Wahpeton, S6V 5R4
Phone: (306) 922-6772

White Buffalo Youth Inhalant Treatment Centre (Prince Albert)
• Addictions and mental health/holistic services
P.O. Box 2500
Prince Albert, SK S6V 7G3
Phone: (306) 764-5250
Fax: (306) 764-5255
Email: outreach@wbtc.ca

Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC)

STC has a Community Wellness Unit that provides clinical supervision over community-level mental health therapists (LWPF) and addiction workers (CAPP) as well as second-level support services in promoting mental health, suicide prevention, support and counselling for residential school survivors, assessment and referrals for addictions and treatment.
• Living well program facilitator
• National aboriginal youth suicide prevention strategy (NAYSPS)
• Community addictions prevention program

Kinistin Wellness Centre
• Addiction services
• Mental health
• Medical transport
PO Box: 2590, Tisdale, S0E 1T0
Phone: (306) 878-8181

Mistawasis First Nation (C.M. Ledoux Health Centre)
• Living well counselling supports
• CAPP/Youth addictions counselling
• Medical transport
• Advocacy and referrals for programs outside of the health centre
Beverly Wise, Director of Health
Email: bwise@mistawasis.ca
Phone: (306) 466-4720

Muskeg Lake Health Centre First Nation
• Mental Wellness Program – counselling and therapeutic services for all ages
• CAPP – pre-assessment, assessments, counseling, referrals to treatment and aftercare
• Medical transportation
• Jordan’s Principal advocate
• Wholistic therapy
• Psychologist
PO Box: 224, Marcelin, S0J 1R0
Phone: (306) 466-4914

Muskoday Community Health Centre
• Mental Health “Community Wellness/Living Well” Program
• Community addictions program
• Medical transport
Muskoday Health Center
P.O. Box 40
Muskoday, SK S0J 3H0
Phone: (306) 764-6737
Toll Free: 1-866-564-6737

One Arrow Health Centre
• Addiction services
• Medical transport
• Mental health/holistic health services
Phone: (306) 423-5493

Whitecap Health Centre – Moose Woods
• Mental health and prevention services
• Community wellness worker
• Recreation programming
182 Chief Whiltecap Trail
Whitecap, S7K 2L2
Phone: (306) 477-0908

Yellow Quill Health Centre
• Addiction services
• Medical transport
• Mental health/holistic health services
PO Box: 10, Yellow Quill, S0A 3A0
Phone: (306) 322-2041

South East Treaty 4 Tribal Council (SET4TC)

Ochapowace FN
• FNARF (First Nations Addiction Rehabilitation Foundation) for gambling addictions only
• Medical Transportation
Ochapowace First Nation, Whitewood, SK S0G 5C0
Phone: (306) 696-3557
Fax: (306) 696-3446

White Bear First Nation
• Community addictions program providing a wide range of programs such as mental health counseling, family therapy, youth counseling, sexual abuse counseling, domestic violence counseling, anger management, and impaired driving.
• Sobriety walk
• Drug awareness weeks
• Transportation
Carlyle, SK S0C 0R0
Email: wbfnhealthdir@sasktel.net
Phone: 306-577-4482

Yorkton Tribal Council (YTC)

Yorkton Tribal Council offers:

The Mental Health Program provides services consistent with MSB (FNIHB) guidelines to the Treaty First Nations people residing with the six First Nations. Delivering short term intervention services, crisis response following a traumatic event, debriefing circles and personal counselling.

The Resolution Health Support Program which deals with deals with issues revolving around residential schools as well as the effects of them.

The Addictions Program: These programs are intended to help our designated clientele to partake in training and/or education in order be more self-sustaining and to seek out meaningful employment in order to participate in the Canadian economy.

The Youth Outreach Program provides support for the youth in the communities. The aim is to raise awareness about suicide and self harm. Also provide informational workshops on any pressing concerns affecting youth.

Mailing Address: Suite 102 – 506 Broadway St. W. Yorkton, SK S3N 0P3 Located: 345 Broadway St. W. Second Floor Phone: (306) 782-8130 Toll Free: 1-855-999-8130 Fax: 306-783-7679

Cote First Nation Health Clinic
• FAS Program
• Mental health program
• Wellness (Brighter Futures)
• National native drug and alcohol prevention
• Youth solvent abuse program
• Medical transportation
Community Health Representative – Ramona Tourangeau
Email: ramanatourangeau@hotmail.com
Telephone: 306.542.4074

Kahkewistahaw First Nation
• Mental health and suicide prevention – mens group, sharing circles, traditional teachings, cultural knowledge exchanges
• National native drug and alcohol awareness program
• Full time addictions counsellors – Drug & alcohol assessments, treatment & detox referrals, one-on-one counselling, alcoholics Anonymous & Narcotics Anonymous support groups, and awareness days & guest speakers
• Medical transportation
Phone: (306) 696-2660
Mental Health Worker
Kiran Kashyap (Ext. 227) Wednesday & Thursday
Community Youth Worker
David Chan (Ext. 227) Monday & Tuesdays

Keeseekoose First Nation 
Located 11 miles north of Kamsack on Highway 8.
Box 1120, Kamsack SK S0A 1S0
Keeseekoose Health Clinic and Administration Building
Phone: 306-542-2012

Key First Nation Health Centre Programs
• Mental health
• Addictions
• Medical transport
Phone: 1-306-594-2020

Sakimay Health Centre
1000 Wolseley Ave, Grenfell, SK S0G 2B0
Phone: (306) 697-2970

Independant Bands

Beardy’s & Okemasis/Willow Cree Health Station
• Addiction services
• Mental health
PO Box: 96, Duck Lake, S0K 1J0
Phone: 306-467-4402

Big Island Lake Health Centre
• Addiction services
• Mental health
• Medical transport
PO Box: 508, Pierceland, S0M 2K0
Phone: 306-839-2330

Chakastaypasin First Nation & Peter Chapman (James Smith Health Clinic)
• Crisis response team during the day and after hours
• Holistic health therapist
• Family wellness
• NNADAP
• Youth coordinator
• Mental health
Phone: 306-864-3636

Cowesses First Nation
• Youth group meeting regarding mental health/Youth outreach program
• Addictions services including AA/NA/GA meetings, counselling, education/awareness, cultural enhancements to programming, womens/mens/elders/girls/boys support groups, group outings, information sessions, NAAAW Week, Round Ups, trainings ie. Naloxone Training, safeTALK
Phone: 306-696-2263

Fishing Lake First Nation (Chamkun Health Centre)
• NNADAP
• Mental health therapist
• Medical transport
Fishing Lake First Nation
PO Box 9 Kylemore, SK S0A 1Z0
Phone: (306) 338-2680

Onion Lake Health Centre
• Wellness program and healing circle
• Sexual abuse prevention programming
• Suicide prevention
• Youth programs to raise self-esteem
• Alcohol and drug education, counselling and referrals
• Anger management
• Elder-youth interaction
• Family counselling
• Medical transport
Bernadene Harper, Community Wellness Program
Phone: (306) 344-5033
Julie Whitstone, Ekweskeet Treatment Centre manager
Phone: (306) 344-2094
Geraldine Chief, Medical Transportation Program
Phone: (306) 344-4410

Pheasant Rump Health Clinic
(306) 937-2531

Thunderchild Health Centre
• Building Healthy Communities-Solvent Abuse
• Building Health Communities – Mental Health
• NIHB Medical Transport
• NNADAP
• National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy
Phone: 306-845-4330

Saskatoon Resources

Mental Health & Addictions

Saskatoon Indian & Métis Friendship Centre Family Violence Support Group
Phone: 306-244-0174

Saskatoon Mental Health – Adult
Phone: 306-655-8877

Saskatoon Mental Health – Youth
Phone: 306-655-7800

Saskatoon Youth Community Counselling
Phone: 306-655-7802

After Suicide Support Group
This group offers one-to-one support, as well as group support for adults and young adults ages 16 – 24 that have been affected by suicide. They provide information on suicide to various community organizations.
Phone 306-933-6200
Email: suicidegriefsaskatoon@gmail.com

AlAnon / AlAteen
A non-professional self-help recovery program based on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous with the single purpose of helping families and friends of alcoholics (whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not).
Phone 306-665-3838 (24 hours)
Website: www.sk-alanon.sk.ca

Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics helping one another recover from alcoholism, using the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous. The only requirement is a desire to stop drinking.
Phone: 306-665-6727
Website: www.nasaskatoon.org

Anxiety and Mood Disorders Program (now in McKerracher Centre)
Provides education, encouragement, and support through the form of individual and group therapy. The focus is on cognitive behavioural therapy. The program emphasizes teaching and research on anxiety and mood disorders. Strives to increase knowledge and understanding for family and friends as well as consulting with family doctors and their patients. Two psychiatric nurses, one social worker and three psychiatrists staff the program. Patients are first seen by one of the staff for assessment and orientation to the program.
2302 Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon
Phone: 306-655-4591

Brief and Social Detox (Larson House)
Provides detoxification services for substance abuse. Self-referral is necessary.
201 Avenue O South, Saskatoon
Phone: 306-655-419

Calder Centre
Provides residential addiction programming for adults, youth, and substance-affected individuals. Referral following assessment by an addiction counsellor is required.
2003 Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon
Phone: 306-655-4500

Canadian Mental Health Association
Provides recreation and vocational counselling for adults with mental illnesses, resource materials on mental illnesses and mental health services, and a life skills employment program. Referrals to related agencies. Public awareness promotion. They also offer Mental Health First Aid training which is a valuable two day course designed for anyone working with people who suffer from mental illness including high school teachers, police officers, work places, mental health support agency staff, and a variety of other people working with the public.
Website: www.saskatoon.cmha.ca

 

Centralized Intake & Mental Health & Addictions Services
Point of entry to all services provided by all Community Mental Health and Addiction Services, and Rehabilitation/Residential Services to children, youth, and adults. Provides assessment, prioritization. interim support, and crisis intervention, when required. Provides information to community resources. Individuals or parents may be self-referred or referred by a healthcare practitioner. Mental Health and Addiction Services provides a range of inpatient and outpatient clinical services for clients of all ages who face mild, moderate, or severe mental health issues. Their team of professionals use a variety of helping strategies including individual, group and family therapies.

Centralized Intake: (Main Number)
Phone: 306-655-4100

Child and Youth Services
715 Queen Street—2nd Floor
Phone: 306‐655‐7777

Adult Services Mental Health
715 Queen Street—4th Floor
Phone: 306‐655‐7777

Adult Services Addictions
Sturdy Stone Building—Main Floor
Suite 156, 122—3rd Avenue North
Phone: 306‐ 655‐7777

 

Christian Counselling Services
Counselling available for marriage, family, individuals, addictions, stress, mediation, abuse, depression, parenting, career, co-dependency, women and seniors’ issues, and grief.
617 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon
Phone: 306-244-9890

Crocus Co-op
A self-help group for people who have a history of mental health problems or disabilities. They offer a drop-in activity centre which provides a casual employment program and informal recreational activities. They also have a meal program two times a day for a minimal cost.
135 Ave B South, Saskatoon
Phone: 306-655-4970
Website: www.csocuscooperative.org

Depression Support Group
Informal group open to anyone struggling with depression and those trying to support them. They meet on first and third Thursday of each month from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Meetings are wheelchair accessible. Bring your own coffee or juice. No cost to attend program.
311-38 Street East, saskatoon
Phone Marilyn: 306-270-9181
Email: mle20032@yahoo.com

Saskatoon Family Service
Provides an array of counselling to individuals, couples, families, and groups. For more information or to register for programs,
Call the Intake Counsellor at 306-244-0127

Friends and Relatives of People with Mental Illnesses (FROM)
A support group for families, relatives and caregivers of people with mental illnesses. They provide a confidential, supportive network, as well as an educational component.
Meets 1st Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. W.A. Edwards Family Centre
Across the street from Saskatoon Funeral
Address: 333 4 Avenue N, Saskatoon, SK
Phone: 306-249-0693 or 306-933-2085 or 306-242-7670

Joy of Jammin’ Mental Health Music Group
This program is open for all people affected by mental illness who have an interest in music. You do not have to be a professional musician to join. If you play an instrument or sing feel free to join this worthwhile program.
Please contact listed person below for meeting times and locations as this is subject to change. Phone Marg: 306-655-4582

McKerracher Centre
Provides full-time and part-time programs for people with mental illnesses including concurrent disorders (stress management, communications program, bipolar disorder/schizophrenia/anxiety/depression support, anger management, and a psychotherapy group, and numerous other essential programs for people affected by mental illness and a separate family education program for family members. They also provide one on one counselling.
2302 Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon
Phone 306-655-4590

Mood Disorders Support Group
People with bipolar disorder, depression, and other related mental health problems
Meet at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church at 7:30 PM every Wednesday evening.
323-4 Ave South, Saskatoon
Phone Lindi: 306-491-9398
Al: 306-716-0836
Robin: 306-717-3246

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Support Group
Provides information, education and support to individuals and family members who have been diagnosed with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Opportunity is provided to share experiences and feelings with others who live with this illness.
Meets every second Wednesday.
510- 5 Avenue North, Saskatoon
Phone: 306-933-0530

Schizophrenia Society’s “Your Recovery Journey” Program
For people directly affected by mental illness in Saskatoon. Your Recovery Journey is a 10-week peer to peer support program that focuses on “quality of life” for people affected by schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder, depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Referrals to this program are taken at the Partnership Program office.
Phone for times and location: 306-374-3220
Website: http://www.schizophrenia.sk.ca

Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan
A community-based organization which provides support for families and people directly affected by schizophrenia and related psychosis. They provide in-office support, information, support groups for family members and people directly affected by schizophrenia and related disorders.
Please call the office for Family Support Group meeting times and for further information on the Recreation Group for people directly affected by schizophrenia and related psychosis.
Location: 230 Ave R South Room 219, Saskatoon
Phone: 306-374-2224
Email: http://www.schizophrenia.sk.ca

Youth

EGADZ Youth Centre
Phone:306-931-6644

EGADZ Youth Outreach
Phone:306-221-3719

Saskatoon Youth Day Program
Phone:306-655-4900

Youth Resource Centre
Phone: 306-655-7950

Shelter

 

Salvation Army Family Services (24-hour)
Phone: 306-242-6833

Saskatoon Interval House (24-hour)
Phone: 306-244-0185

YWCA Crisis Shelter (24-hour)
Phone: 306-244-2844

Crisis Nursery (24-hour)
Phone: 306-242-2433

Lighthouse Supported Living (Homeless Shelter)
Provides supported living to people with emergency shelter, supported living, and affordable housing to those in need in Saskatoon.
304-2nd Ave South

Phone 653-0538
Website: www.lighthousesaskatoon.org

Saskatoon Housing Coalition
This program offers a range of residential accommodations (group homes/apartment buildings) and support services for individuals who have a mental health diagnosis. The focus is on supporting the individual to live independently.
319 Camponi Place

Phone 655-4979
Website: saskatoonhousingcoalition.ca

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Medical

Saskatchewan Health Line
Phone: 811

Saskatoon Sexual Health
Phone: 306-244-7989

Saskatoon Community Clinic (24-hour)
Phone: 306-652-0300

Royal University Hospital (RUH)
Phone: 306-655-1362

Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic
Phone: 306-655-4642

St. Paul’s Hospital
Phone: 306-655-5113

City Hospital Emergency Room
Phone: 306-655-8230

Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) Health Centre
Phone: 306-956-0345

Saskatoon Community Clinic
A multi-disciplinary, cooperative health clinic which offers primary health care, health promotion activities, and community development programs. Primary health care services include physicians, nutritionist, physiotherapist, occupational therapist, counsellors, community health nursing, pharmacy, and others.

Phone: 652-0300
455 – 2d Avenue North, Saskatoon
Website: saskatooncommunityclinic.ca

Legal

Listen Project (free legal advice for victims of sexual violence in SK)
Phone: 1-855-258-9415 / (Text) 306-500-6430

CLASSIC (Poverty law clinic)
Phone: 306-657-6100

Victims Compensation Plan
Phone:306-787-3500

Victim/Witness Coordinator (Court)
Phone: 306-933-5173

Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission
Phone: 306-933-5952

Legal Aid
Phone: 306-933-7820

Victim Services Aboriginal Resource Officers
Phone: 306-975-8329 / 306-975-1412

Police-based Victim Services
Phone: 306-975-8400

Prince Albert Resources

Mental Health & Addictions

The clinic is staffed by Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Community Mental Health Nurses, Social Workers, Mental Health Therapists, and clerical/support staff. The clinic is located in the lower level of the Victoria Square building at the Regional Health Centre Site in Prince Albert. Telehealth Services are available throughout the area. Ask your Mental Health Professional for details.

Outpatient Services

Prince Albert Victoria Square
2345 10th Ave West
Phone: 306-765-6055
Walk-in service:
Monday to Friday
9 a.m. to 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Parkland Integrated Health Centre, Shellbrook
Phone: 306-747-4278

Spiritwood & District Health Complex
Phone: 306-883-4462

 

Inpatient Services

Regional Mental Health Centre
Phone: 306-765-6053

 

Addictions

Prince Albert Office
101 – 15th Street East, Prince Albert, SK
*Please use the door at the west end by the Bus Depot
Phone: 306-765-6550
Toll Free: 1-855-765-6550

Other Locations
Spiritwood and District Health Complex – 306-883-4479
Birch Hills School – 306-749-3301
Kinistino School – 306-864-2252
Meath Park School – 306-929-2133
Big River School – 306-469-0019

Brief and Social Detox Regional Health Centre site
No Referral Required
Call for bed availability – 306-765-6700

Family Treatment Centre – Regional Health Centre site
Referral Required
For inquiries call: 306-765-6375

Rapid Access Addiction Medicine (RAAM)
RAAM provides timely access to care for individuals looking to make changes in their substance use.
Location:
101 15th Street East, Prince Albert, SK
Phone: 306-765-6544
Hours (excluding statutory holidays):
Coordinator – Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Physician – Monday to Friday, 1 – 4 p.m.

How to access RAAM:
• RAAM offers walk-in services, and also accepts referrals from the emergency department, and community care providers.
• You can call us directly to book an appointment, or ask your care provider to make a referral.
• All services are free.

 

Addiction Services Youth
Address: 101 15 St E, Prince Albert, SK S6V 1G1
Phone: (306) 765-6550

Youth

Youth Futures
A comprehensive service to young workers aged 17 to 30. The progam will range for individual counseling to a group classroom setting.
Outreach Worker/Vocational Counsellor
Call: 306-953-4487

Harmony Home
Harmony Home provides supportive and transitional housing for young men and women from sixteen to twenty-one years of age.

Terrance Place
Terrance Place is a Youth Home for ages twelve to fifteen.

Rendalyn Home
Rendalyn Home is a safe, supportive home environment for youths aged 16-21 who are expecting a child or have children and are involved with the Ministry of Social Services.

Youth involved with Child and Family Services or on the 16/17 program can be referred by their worker for placement at the three homes listed above.
Contact: 306-765-2520

Eagles Nest Youth Ranch
Location: 20 12 St W, Prince Albert
Contact: (306) 765-6727

Van Street Outreach – Youth
Connects with Youth at risk and sexual exploited youth on
street who needs services – Offer food, clothing, referrals,
health products, counselling, and assistance.
Weekdays 2-10, Sundays 1-8,
Van: 306-961-5897

 

Prince Alberta Grand Council Urban Programs (PAGC)

PAGC offers several programs for their members located in the urban area of Prince Albert.

• Youth Employment Support
• Student Housing Initiative
• Urban Referral & Parenting Support Services
• Family Violence Program
• Mental Health & Addictions

Please contact: 306-765-5300
Location: 1410B Central Avenue
P.O. Box 2350
Prince Albert, SK S6V 6Z1

Shelter

Stepping Stones Shelter (Currently closed due to COVID-19 – Call Mobile Crisis)
Stepping Stones Shelter offers overnight shelter and services for individuals in danger of spending the night out in the cold.
Location: Exhibition Grandstand
950 Exhibition Drive
Prince Albert, SK
Phone: 306-703-0121

Central Avenue – Shelter and Transitional Housing for Women, Children & Youth
Acts as a 24/7 crisis shelter for women with or without children. Transitional housing for women to get back on their feet. Male and female youth program/shelter.
Location: 1895 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK
Phone 306-763-8571

Our House
Our House is a 24-hour adult shelter for women and men. Crisis shelter, transitional shelter and cold weather shelter are all available at Our House.
Location: 94-15th Street East
Prince Albert, SK
Phone: 306-922-6162

Homeward Bound
Homeward Bound focuses on moving people who are chronically and episodically homeless as rapidly as possible from the street or emergency shelters into permanent housing with supports that vary according to participant needs.
1169 Branion Drive
Prince Albert, SK
Phone: Rob Dunlop at 306-703-0123

Kindred Spirit
Kindred Spirit is a support program for women who are at risk of losing their children into the care of the ministry of social services, or for women who are working toward having their children returned to their care.
Location: 1169 Branion Drive
Prince Albert, SK
Phone: Tami Popoff at 306-703-0124

Prince Albert Safe Shelter for Women
Emergency housing for women and children who are the victims
of domestic violence
Call: 306-764-SAFE (7233)

Food

Prince Albert Food Bank
Also provides emergency food hampers by referral. Call before 11:30 am.
Hours: 9 am to 12 pm – 1 pm to 5 pm Monday – Friday
Hamper PU Hours: 1 – 2:30 pm Mon – Friday
Location: 64 11th Street East
Prince Albert SK
Phone: (306) 763-5040

Margo Fournier Centre
Youth Supper, 5 pm
1211 1 Ave W, Prince Albert
Call: 306-953-4820

Bernice Sayese Centre Bread Program
1350 15th Ave. West
Call: 306-763-9378

Prince Albert Indian & Metis Friendship Centre
1409 1st Avenue East
Prince Albert, SK. S6V 2B2
Phone: (306) 764-3431

Medical

Prince Albert Co-operative Health Centre Community Clinic
Mon – Fri, 9 AM – 5 PM
Location: 110 8th St East
Phone: 306-763-6464

Victoria Hospital
24-hour emergency health care
Call: 306-765-6000

Sexual Health Clinic
101-15th St. East
Confidential services free condoms, needle exchange, sexually
transmitted infection & HIV testing and counselling.
Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 12pm, 1pm – 5pm
Call: 306-765-6540

Legal

Legal Aid
Call: 306-953-2850

Regina Resources

Mental Health & Addictions

Shayil Home
A year long residential addiction treatment program for women and their children. A 2nd year option (our P31 program) provides educational, work (social enterprise), or ministry related opportunities.
Contact: 306-543-5172
Beatrice Wallace at bwallace@shrmsk.com

Addiction Treatment Centre
1640 Victoria Ave, Regina, S4P 0P7
Main office: 306-766-6600
Fax: 306-766-7970

Brief and Social Detoxification Services
1640 Victoria Ave, Regina, S4P 0P7
Phone: 306-766-6600

Secure Youth Detoxification Centre
Phone: 306-787-1058
Fax: 306-798-4307

Youth

Teen Parent Program
Family Service Regina aims to empower pregnant and parenting teens that are often balancing completing their high-school education and adjusting to being a parent. We believe that ensuring adolescent parents receive adequate social, emotional, medical, and academic support is essential to both parent and baby’s future.
Registration Number: (306) 523-3215
Teen parent worker (306) 757-6675 or info@familyserviceregina.com

Family Service Regina
200 – 1440 Broadway Avenue
Regina, SK S4P 1E2
Call: (306) 757-6675

Shelter

YWCA – My Aunt’s House
Regina’s only emergency homeless shelter for women and families.
Phone: 306-545-7786

Isabel Johnson Shelter
Provides a safe place for women and families experiencing domestic violence.
Contact: 306-525-2141

Soul Harbour – Men’s Emergency Shelter
We provide emergency overnight shelter to men in need.
Hours: Intake at 6pm – 7pm every day, 7 days a week, including statutory holidays
Location: 1632 Angus St in the Gerri Carroll Hope Center
Contact: Bob Fallon, bfallon@shrmsk.com

Food

Regina Food Bank
Call 306-791-6533 ext. 0 as soon as you know you need food.
Location: 425-445 Winnipeg Street

Soul Harbour – Meal Program
We provide a hot plated meal each week day (Monday through Friday) to anyone that needs it. We also run special holiday meal services from time to time.
Hours: 4:00pm to 5:30pm | Monday to Friday
Location: 1632 Angus St in the Gerri Carroll Hope Center

Carmichael Outreach
Kitchen: Offering “to-go style” meals for pick-up from in front of our building (Monday to Friday, 1:00 to 3:00 PM)

Medical

Regina Medical Centre
2550 12th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 3X1
Phone: 306-566-4120
Please call to confirm walk-in hours.

Regina Community Clinic
1106 Winnipeg Street
Regina, SK, S4R1J6
Phone: 306-543-7880

Legal

Sask Legal Aid Commission
Address: 1871 Smith St, Regina, SK S4P 4W5
Phone: 1-800-667-3764

Regina Free Legal Clinic – Salvation Army Haven of Hope
Address: 2240 13th Avenue
Regina, SK S4P 3M7
Phone: 306-569-3098
Toll-Free: 1-855-833-7257 to apply for services

North Battleford Resources

Mental Health & Addictions

Prairie North Regional Health Authority
Mental Health and Addiction Services
Battlefords Union Hospital
North Battleford, SK.
Office: (306) 306-446-6600

Battleford Interval House
2092 102nd Street
North Battleford, SK.
S9A 1H7
Office: (306) 445-2742
Email: info@battlefordsintervalhouse.ca

Battle River Treaty Six Health Centre
PO Box 1658 Station Main
North Battleford, SK
S9A 3W2
Office:(306) 937-6700

Canadian Mental Health Association Line – North Battleford
Phone: 306-441-5756

Don Ross Centre (Child & Youth Services)
Child & Youth Services (Don Ross Centre) is a Private rehab located in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Child & Youth Services (Don Ross Centre) specializes in the treatment of mental health, substance, drug and alcohol abuse.
Address: 891 99th St 203 North Battleford, SK
Contact: (306) 446-6555

Youth

Crystal’s Home (Our Home)
Our Home provides a supervised independent living program for 12-17 year old females who are unable to remain at home due to child welfare issues. Working closely with other community resources, we ensure that each girl receives all necessary services and support while at Our Home.
Phone: 306-445-3009

Concern For Youth
Offers youth programming, outreach services, and drop-ins.
1361 101st Street
North Battleford, SK
Phone: 306-445-1020
After hour Outreach: 306-441-6930

Child & Youth Services
Phone: 306-446-6555

Kanaweyimik Child and Family Services
91 23rd Street, Box 1270
Battleford, SK.
Office:(306) 445-3500
Toll Free: 1-888-445-5262

Shelter

The Lighthouse
The Lighthouse Supported Living exists to provide emergency shelter, supported living, and affordable housing to those in need in North Battleford.
962 102nd St.
North Battleford, SK
Phone: 306-445-3600

Food

Battlefords District Food & Resource Centre
1171 101st Street, North Battleford
Our food bank distributes food Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Phone: 306-937-5505

The Lighthouse 
Cameco Community Kitchen meals
Available Monday & Friday 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Location: 962 102nd St., North Battleford, SK

Medical

Battleford Family Health Centre
1192 101st Street North Battleford, SK
Phone: 306-937-6700
Toll free: 1-855-937-6700

Battlefords Union Hospital
Phone: 306-446-6600

Legal

Legal Aid
1192 102 St, North Battleford, SK
Phone: 306-446-7700

North Battleford Free Legal Clinic
Are you struggling with a legal issue and not sure of what to do?
The North Battleford Free Legal Clinic offers legal assistance to individuals who do not qualify for Legal Aid but are unable to afford the services of lawyers.
By Appointment Only: The clinic operates three times a month on Tuesday mornings between 9am and 12:00pm. Walk-ins cannot be seen. Appointments by telephone are also available.
Located at: Catholic Family Services of the Battlefords.
To book an appointment:
Toll free: 1-855-833-7257
Phone: 1-306-569-3098

Moose Jaw Resources

Mental Health & Addictions

Wakamow Manor – Thunder Creek Social Detox
Moose Jaw, SK
Telephone 306-694-4030
Fax 306-694-4031
20 beds for ages 16 and up

 

Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital
Five Hills Health Region strives for “healthy people and healthy communities”. Our commitment is to work with you to achieve your best possible care, experience & health.
55 Diefenbaker Drive
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 0C2

Centralized Intake for Services Below 
Phone: 306-691-6464
Fax: 306-691-6461

EARLY SOCIAL SKILLS PROGRAM
This prevention and intervention program is offered to children ages 3 to 5 years and their families and is designed to teach social skills to young children in order to promote socially acceptable behavior.
Phone: 306-630-8411
Health Educator
679 Hall Street West
Moose Jaw, SK S6H 2S1

FAMILY OUTREACH PROGRAM
Eligible families are those who experience barriers to accessing traditional community services. Using a wraparound approach, workers provide family-centered services and assist families in meeting their needs through connections with community and informal supports.

Phone: 306-691-2340
Fax: 306-691-2350
1000B Albert Street
Moose Jaw, SK S6H 2Y1

GROUP PROGRAMS

Parenting Your Anxious Child Workhop is a 3 week, 1.5 hour, workshop designed to assist parents of children aged 6-12 years of age who are struggling with symptoms of anxiety.

The Equip, Educate and Empowering Parents (E3) Workshop is a 3 week, two hour workshop offered to parents who may be struggling with their teens on a variety of issues such as drugs, alcohol, anger and family conflict.

Beyond the Label is a 4 week course designed for parents of children and adolescents diagnosed with mental health related disorders such as ADHD, autism, anxiety and depression.

Phone: 306-691-6464
Fax: 306-691-6461
55 Diefenbaker Drive
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 0C2

HEALTH PROMOTION
Mental health promotion and decreased substance abuse initiatives are intended to promote health and mental wellness for the citizens in Five Hills Health Region.
110 Ominica Street West
Moose Jaw, SK S6H 6V2
Phone: 306-690-1288

HIGH SCHOOL BASED SERVICES
In partnership with the Prairie South and Holy Trinity School Divisions, mental health and addiction counsellors deliver clinical and prevention services in the high school environment.
55 Diefenbaker Drive
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 0C2
Phone: 306-691-6464
Fax: 306-691-6461

AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER PROGRAM
A variety of services are offered to children and youth up to 19 years of age who are suspected of displaying features of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
1000B Albert St
Moose Jaw SK
Phone: 306-691-2300
Fax: 306-691-2330

Walk-In Single Session Counseling Services
Provides information about workshops and groups as well as counseling with a therapist on a one-time-basis.
Walk-In services are provided without an appointment on Wednesday evenings from 4:30-7:30 p.m. *last appointment at 6:30 p.m.
Crescent View Clinic, 131 1st Avenue NE, Moose Jaw
Registration is not required.

Walk-In Single Session Counseling Services
Provides information about workshops and groups as well as counseling with a therapist on a one-time-basis.
Walk-In services are provided without an appointment on Wednesday evenings from 4:30-7:30 p.m. *last appointment at 6:30 p.m.
Crescent View Clinic, 131 1st Avenue NE, Moose Jaw
Registration is not required.

GROUP SERVICES
Group treatment options include information and treatment on anxiety management, depression management, active recovery for addictions, gambling, and co-dependency, making healthy choices and changes in life, coping with stress, and family education and support.
Phone: 306-691-6464
Fax: 306-691-6461
55 Diefenbaker Drive
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 0C2

INPATIENT SERVICES
The inpatient unit at the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital is a 12 bed acute psychiatric unit with 2 shared-care beds designated pursuant to The Mental Health Services Act.
Admission to the adult inpatient unit is arranged by a psychiatrist with admitting privileges.
Phone: 306-691-6473
Fax: 306-691-6461
55 Diefenbaker Drive
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 0C2

INTERNET-BASED COGNITIVE THERAPY
Website: www.onlinetherapyuser.ca
Email: Online.Therapy.User@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-337-3331

TRAUMA RESPONSE PROGRAM
The Trauma Response Program consists of a group of community members representing various agencies whose goals are to provide a coordinated response should a traumatic event occur in the community and also to provide public education and awareness.
Phone: 306-694-2111
Fax: 306-691-6461
55 Diefenbaker Drive
Moose Jaw, SK S6J 0C2

Shelter

Moose Jaw Domestic Violence Crisis Line
Moose Jaw offers a transition house for women and children affected by family violence and abuse. The crisis line offers 24-hour emotional, informational and referral support to women.
24-Hour Crisis Line: 306 693-6511
or if unable to call, text: 306-631-0962

Food

Moose Jaw & District Food Bank
Hampers must be pre-booked for same day pick-up. You can do this by calling us at 306-692-2911 or stopping by the Food Bank between 9am and 12pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday to set up a time between 1:00 and 1:30 to pick up your food hamper.
No hamper pick-ups on Wednesdays.
305 Fairford Street W
Moose Jaw, S6H 1X6

Medical

Moose Jaw Public Health
1000B Albert St
Moose Jaw SK
Phone: 306-691-2300
Fax: 306-691-2330
Toll Free: 1-877-557-4687

Moose Jaw and District EMS
777 High St W
Moose Jaw SK S6H 1T7
Phone: 306-694-2151 (8:00am-4:30pm)
Fax: (306) 692-0236

Legal

Legal Aid – Moose Jaw Area Office
#113 – 110 Ominica Street West
Moose Jaw, S6H 6V2
Phone: 306.694-3700
Fax: 306.694-3738
Toll-Free: 1-877-424-1902
Legal Director: Tyne Hagey
MooseJaw@legalaid.sk.ca

Yorkton

Mental Health & Addictions

Intake Worker – Mental Health and Addiction Services
270 Bradbrooke Dr
Yorkton, SK
Phone: 306-786-0558
Toll-free: 1-888-989-8444
• 18 inpatient and assessment beds
• Adult Community Services
• Child and Youth Services
• Rehabilitation Services
• Psychiatry
• Addictions Services

Shelter

Shelwin House
Are you looking for a safe way to exit an abusive relationship? Shelwin House is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our round-the-clock team offers shelter and support services for women in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.
Yorkton, SK
Phone: 306-783-7233
Toll Free: 1-888-783-3111

YTC Project Safe Haven Women’s Shelter
Project Safe Haven is a safe shelter established to address the immediate safety and support issues of women and children fleeing situations of domestic violence.
Suite 102-506 Broadway St.W
Yorton, SK S3N 0P3
Phone: 306-782-3644
Email: Info@yorktonTribalCouncil.com

Good Neighbors – Housing Support
The Housing Support Program is a proactive and preventative program that focuses on assisting hard-to-house or homeless individuals and families with finding and maintaining safe, suitable housing in Yorkton.
Please call 306-783-0006 during regular business hours Monday through Friday to schedule an appointment.
83 North St.
Yorkton SK S3N 0G9

Food

Yorkton Lighthouse Food Bank & Care Centre
Address: 147 Booth Street,
Yorkton SK, S3N 0J7
Phone: (306) 783 4650

The Soup Haven lunch Program
Board of Directors, Staff and Volunteers are dedicated to serving healthy lunches free of charge to the children in need at our local schools.
186 Allanbrooke Dr.
Yorkton, SK S3N 3G5
Phone: (306) 782-5666
Open school days 8am – 11am
Email: souphaven@gmail.com

Medical

Central Numbers for Commonly Called Medical Services:

Yorkton Regional Health Centre
270 Bradbrooke Drive
Yorkton, SK S3N 2K6
Phone: 306-782-2401
Fax: 306-786-6295

Public Health: Nursing, Immunization, Inspections, Nutrition
Phone: 306-786-0600

Speech-Language, Occupational, Physical Therapy
Phone: 306-786-0178

Home Care, Palliative Care, LTC Assessment, Lifeline
Phone: 306-786-0711

Saskatchewan Health Authority – Yorkton Office (Main)
Phone: 306-786-0100
Fax: 306-786-0122

Crestvue Ambulance Services
Dennis Nelson, owner/operator
Phone: 306-783-3173

Legal

Legal Aid – Yorkton Area Office
#301 – 120 Smith Street East
Yorkton, S3N 3V3
Phone: 306.786-1440
Fax: 306.786-1405
Toll-free: 1-877-424-1904
Legal Director: Deanna Harris
Yorkton@legalaid.sk.ca

Swift Current

Mental Health & Addictions

Community Health Services

In the Cypress Health Region Community Health Services includes population health, mental health, and addictions. Community Health Services is comprised of a number of health professionals including community therapy, dental health education, parent mentoring, acquired brain injury, and much more.

The Cypress Health Region Community Health Services programs are located at the E.I. Wood Building in Swift Current.
350 Cheadle Street West
Swift Current, SK S9H 4G3
Phone: 306-778-5280
Hours: Monday – Friday (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)

 

Canadian Mental Health Association Swift Current
CMHA Swift Current is committed to offering the following services to clients:
1. Vocational programs involving low stress work placements.
2. Recovery programs offering basic life skills and self- esteem.
3. Social and recreational programs.
4. Community outreach, awareness and education.
5. Breakfast and lunch.

Executive Director Jacqui Williams. Email: directorsc@sasktel.net
Program Coordinator Sarah Laybourne. Email: programssc@sasktel.net
Phone: 306-778-2440
Drop In Hours: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Monday to Friday
176 – 4th Avenue NW
Swift Current, S9H 0T6

Youth

FreshStart – Life Skills & Academic 
Through a partnership with Chinook School Division, Fresh Start employs an accredited Teacher, and Educational Assistant, to provide alternative, education for youth.
School Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – Noon
Phone: 306-773-8168

FreshStart – Youth Mentorship
Mentorship is integral to working with struggling youth.
Phone: 306-773-8168

FreshStart – Youth Counselling
If you are going through a difficult time, or just need someone to talk to, meeting with our Counsellors, in a comfortable and confidential space, may be helpful. During your session, you will have the chance to talk about your situation in a safe and supportive setting.
Counselling is Walk-In, No Appointment Needed, No Cost
Phone: 306-773-8168

 

The Swift Current Community Youth Initiative
Driven by a passion to address the needs of youth today. We strive to make youth related resources, programs, and counselling readily available, affordable, and easily accessible.
Location: 55 1st Ave NE
Swift Current, SK
Phone: 306-773-3344

Hours of operation:
Monday to Thursday from 9a.m.-5:30p.m.
Fridays from 9a.m.-12p.m.

After School Drop-in times run Monday to Thursday from 2:30p.m.-5:30p.m.
Weekend drop in times are divided based on grade.

On Fridays we are open for:
• grades 6-8 from 7p.m.-10p.m.
• grades 9-12 from 9p.m.-1a.m.
On Saturdays we are open for:
• grades 6-8 from 8p.m.-10p.m.
• grades 9-12 from 9p.m.-12a.m.

Shelter

Southwest Crisis Services

Women’s Shelter
Phone: 306-778-3386

Dorie’s House
Southwest Youth Emergency Shelter, Inc. seeks to close this gap by offering temporary emergency shelter in those times of crisis. But we don’t stop there. Our goal is to connect our residents to a wide range of community supports so that they too might have the chance to become successful, resilient members of society.
205 Herbert Street East
Swift Current, SK
Phone: 306-773-8937
Email: info@southwestyes.com

JP’s Place
Fresh Start launched JP’s Place, a home to address male youth homelessness in our community. JP’s Place is the first home of its kind in our City. Our beautiful home hosts 1700 square feet of spaciousness and is a refuge for young males requiring a safe, secure setting.
Phone: 306-773-9168
Email: admin.freshstartsc@sasktel.net

Food

The Salvation Army Swift Current – Community Food Bank
Open – Monday to Thursday, 10am to 5 pm
An assortment of bread and other items available daily
780 1st Ave. NW
Swift Current, SK S9H 4M7
Phone. 306-778-0515
Email: reception@swiftcurrentarmy.com

Medical

North Side Medical Clinic
915 Central Ave N, Swift Current SK S9H 3V3
Phone: 306-773-9100

Cypress Regional Hospital
2004 Saskatchewan Drive
Swift Current, SK S9H 5M8
Phone: 306-778-9400
Hours of Lab Services: Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Legal

Legal Aid – Swift Current Area Office
307 – 350 Cheadle Street West
Swift Current, S9H 4G3
Phone: 306.778-8272
Fax: 306.778-8307
Toll-free: 1-877-424-1905
Legal Director: Adrian McBride
SwiftCurrent@legalaid.sk.ca

Lloydminister

Mental Health & Addictions

Lloydminister – Mental Health and Addictions Services
The focus is on prevention, education, early intervention and recovery. Services include assessment, individual and group counselling, problem gambling treatment, referrals to residential treatment and community education. Service may be coordingated with other agencies or professionals.
3830 43 Avenue
Lloydminster, SK S9V 1Y3
Phone: 306-820-6250
Fax: 306-820-6256

Child & Family Services
Family counselor in Lloydminster
Address: 4910 50 St, Lloydminster, SK S9V 0Y5
Phone: (306) 820-4250

Sexual Assault & Information Centre
Social services organization in Lloydminster
Address: 5011 49 Ave, Lloydminster, SK S9V 1R5
Hours: Closes 4 p.m.
Phone: (306) 825-8255

Youth

Lloydminister Community Youth Centre:

Hot Meal Program
We have a hot meal program in place on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights from 5-6 pm. We also have fresh fruit available daily.

TeenTalk
Teen Talks are an educational program where members of the community come in to do a presentation to the youth on their area of expertise.
Presentation topics vary and include healthy relationships, online safety (cyber bullying, texting), body image, drug awareness, community involvement, leadership, resume building and bullying.
When? First and third Wednesday of each month.

Summer Programs*

Contact us:
4201 47 Avenue. Lloydminster, SK
Phone: 1-587-789-1600
Email: lcycadmin@lloydintervalhome.com

Shelter

Lloydminster Interval Home Society
Women’s shelter.
Address: 4201 47 Ave, Lloydminster, SK S9V 1K5
Phone: 780-808-5282

Lloydminister Men’s Shelter
Address: 5001 48 Ave, Lloydminster, SK S9V 0V8
Hours: 5pm – 10am Daily
Phone: 306-825-3977

Food

The Olive TreeFree Community Meal
If you are in need of a ride, please call 1-780-205-1666 before 3pm.
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
5:00pm – 6:00pm
Doors open at 4:30pm
Please use North West Door
Address: 5002-51 Avenue, Lloydminster, AB T9V 0Y3

Salvation Army Community Church – Food Bank
Hours: 9am – 12pm / 1pm – 3pm
Address: 2302 53 Ave, Lloydminster, AB T9V 2P9
Phone: 1-780-875-9166

Medical

Lloydminster Hospital
3820 – 43 Avenue
Lloydminster, SK S9V 1Y5
Phone: 306-820-6000
Fax: 306-825-6516

Prairie North Plaza, Lloydminster
4910 – 50 Street
Lloydminster, SK S9V 0Y5
Population Health Services / Public Health Services
Suite 101
Phone: 306-820-6225
Fax: 306-820-6251

Meadow Lake

Mental Health & Addictions

Mental Health & Addictions Services
Northwest Health Facility
711 Centre Street, Meadow Lake

Counselling for mental health and addictions, as well as screenings for SGI Safe Driving Program.
For appointments, call 306-236-1580 or fax 306-236-1400

Robert Simard Detox Centre
#3- 711 Center Street Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1E6
No referral needed; client must meet admission criteria.
Admission times:
Monday-Friday
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Phone: 306-236-1546

Shelter

Waskoosis Safe Shelter
A shelter for women and children experiencing domestic violence.
Phone: 306-236-5570
Email: waskoosis@sasktel.net

Food

Meadow Lake Food Bank
105 2nd Ave East
PO Box 1166
Meadow Lake, SK

We are open Monday to Friday
8:00am-4:00pm (Winter Hours)
8:30am-3:00pm (Summer Hours)
We are closed for all stat holidays

Phone: 306-236-5537

Medical

Meadow Lake Primary Health Centre
218 Centre Street (Box 1510),
Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1Z1
Phone: 306-236-5661
Fax: 306-236-4355
8:15 a.m. – 12 noon and 1-5 p.m. Monday to Friday

Legal

Legal Aid – Meadow Lake Area Office
Unit #3, 101 Railway Place
Meadow Lake
Phone: 306.236-7636
Fax: 306.236-7634
Toll-free: 1-800-461-8188
Legal Director: Rosanne Newman, Q.C
MeadowLake@legalaid.sk.ca

Athabasca Region

Free Virtual Counselling

Free Virtual Counselling – Northern Bridge Community Partnership
Confidential counselling by video, phone, or chat is available to community members living in the Athabasca Basin as a free service.
For more information and to request an appointment:
Call Summer Thorp: 1-877-606-6784 Ext. 5
Email: systems@northernbridge.com
Website: www.northernbridge.org