Mental Wellness

Support Resources

Valuable resources to assist you on your journey towards healing and growth. We understand that navigating mental health challenges can be overwhelming, and having access to reliable information and support is essential. 

Whether you’re seeking guidance, information, or additional tools to complement your therapy sessions, we’re here to support you every step of the way.

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CHEP Good Food improves access to good food and promotes food security to children, families and communities.  

  • Website: www.chep.org
  • Email: office@chep.org
  • Phone: 1-306-655-4575
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The Friendship Inn provides free breakfast, lunch, afternoon coffee and outreach workers.

  • Website: www.friendshipinn.ca
  • Phone: (306) 242-5122
  • Hours: 7am – 3pm
  • Location: 619 20th Street West, Saskatoon, Sk 
Lighthouse Supported Living

The Lighthouse Supported Living provides emergency shelter, supported living, and affordable housing to those in need in Saskatoon.

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The Food Bank offers food boxes, literacy programs and on-site drop-in learning programs.

  • Website: www.saskatoonfoodbank.org
  • Email: office@saskatoonfoodbank.ca
  • Phone: (306) 664-6565
  • Location: 202 Avenue C South, Saskatoon, SK
  • Hours: Monday to Thursday 8:30am-11:45am & 12:30pm-3:00pm, Friday 8:30am-11:45am
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Salvation Army Community & Family Services provides free of charge, shelter, community kitchens, parenting, budgeting and shopping seminars.

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Westside Community Clinic

  • Programs, primary health care services, parenting programs, food resources for pre and post natal services and kids outreach services.
  • Website: www.saskatooncommunityclinic.ca
  • Phone: (306) 664-4310
  • Location: 631 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK
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Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service (SCIS) aka Mobile Crisis

  • Support for yourself or your loved one including information on how to obtain a Mental Health Warrant or ‘wellness checks’, if necessary 
  • Website: www.saskatooncrisis.ca
  • Email: info@saskatooncrisis.ca
  • Phone: 1-306-933-6200
  • Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

Police and Crisis Team [PACT]

Police and Crisis Team [PACT]

  • Partnership between Saskatoon Police Service & Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service who are available to response to concerns in the community where mental wellbeing may be involved. 
  • Website: www.police.saskatoon.sk.ca
  • Phone: 306-975-8300
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  • Free temporary shelter for women and children leaving domestic violence who require safe accommodation. One-to-one counselling, referrals and advocacy. 
  • www.saskatoonintervalhouse.org
  • info@saskatoonintervalhouse.org
  • Phone: (306) 244-0185
  • Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 
  • Location: 712 Victoria Avenue Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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Saskatoon Sexual Assault & Information

  • Leadership role in responding to sexualized violence in Saskatoon and 24 hour crisis line.
  • www.ssaic.ca
  • Email: info@ssaic.ca
  • Phone: 306-244-2294
  • Crisis Line: 306 244-2224
  • Hours: Mon – Fri 9am- 5pm (closed over the lunch hr 12-1pm)
  • Location: 201 – 506- 25th Street East Saskatoon SK
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YWCA Women’s Shelter

  • Provides an emergency shelter for women and children for up to 30 days, free computer labs, help with job searching tools and a comprehensive array of services/programs.
  • Website: www.ywcasaskatoon.com
  • Phone: (306) 244-0944
  • Location: 510 25th Street East, Saskatoon, SK
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Prairie Harm Reduction

Located on Treaty 6 Territory and the Traditional Homeland of the Metis.

  • 1516 20th St W Saskatoon SK
  • website: prairiehr.ca
  • Support Services: 306-242-5005
  • Family Support: 306-979-4156
  • engagement@prairiehr.ca
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 4062 Saskatoon SK S7K 4E3
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Family Services

Family Services: https://prairiehr.ca/pages/family-services

  • Family Support Program – in-home and community support including transportation, emotional support, safety planning, advocacy, and referrals
  • Oski Kisikaw – semi-independent housing program and visitation program for families
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Support Services

Website: prairiehr.ca/pages/support-services

  • Drop-In Centre – safe space for people to access services and open to everyone, access to nurse practitioner, mental health nurse, pet therapy, elder support, and housing workers
  • Safe Consumption Site – prevents overdoses and other adverse medical effects associated with drug use by having people use drugs under the observation of a primary care paramedic 
  • Case Management – advocacy, support, referrals, transportation, housing, emotional support, crisis intervention, system navigation
  • Employment Readiness – gain employment within the drop in centre – training and opportunities to strengthen their skills
  • Emergency Assistance Fund – cover emergency costs for people living with HIV
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Youth Services

Youth Services: https://prairiehr.ca/pages/youth-services

  • Michael’s Place – support for male identifying youth who are actively using substances and have complex needs
  • Esther’s Home – support for female identifying youth who are actively using substances and have complex needs
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Naloxone Training

Naloxone Training

  • Available through the drop in centre 
  • Group trainings available through director of support services
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  • Educates and informs people of Saskatchewan about the law and the legal system.
  • Website: www.plea.org
  • Email: plea@plea.org
  • Phone: 306.653.1868
  • Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm (closed over the noon hour)
  • Location: 333 25 St E #500, Saskatoon, SK S7K 0L4
  • The Listen Project (through PLEA) – two hours of free legal advice for survivors of sexualized violence in Saskatchewan
  • The Shift Project (through PLEA) – two hours of free legal advice for survivors of sexual harassment in the workplace
Elizabeth Fry Society

Elizabeth Fry Society

  • The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan is a non-profit organization that works with women before, during, and after incarceration.
  • Website: www.elizabethfrysask.org
  • Email: reception@elizabethfrysask.org
  • Phone: (306) 934-4606 
  • Location: Suite 205 – 1120 20th Street West Saskatoon, SK
John Howard Society
Legal Aid

Legal Aid

  • Provides services in areas of divorce, separation, child and spousal support, restraining orders, and adoption for clients who fall within the income criteria.
  • Website: www.legalaid.sk.ca
  • Phone: (306) 933-7820
  • Location: 1053 – 122 3rd Avenue North, Sturdy Stone Centre, Saskatoon, SK
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  • Promotes the interests of children, who might be at risk in government situations, advocacy, public education, independent investigations.
  • Website: www.saskcao.ca
  • Phone: (306) 933-6700
  • Location: 315 25th Street East Saskatoon, SK
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Saskatoon Sexual Health 

  • Provides sexual and reproductive health services in Saskatoon and area.  Safe, inclusive, empowering clinical care and education.
  • Website: www.saskatoonsexualhealth.ca
  • Email: hello@shcsaskatoon.ca
  • Phone:  306-244-7989
  • Location: 213 Avenue C S, Saskatoon, SK
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OUT Saskatoon

  • 2SLGBTQ Community centre and service provider. Provides youth housing, education and research services.
  • Website: www.outsaskatoon.ca
  • Email: hello@saskatoonsh.ca
  • Phone: 306-244-7989
  • Location: 213 Ave C S, Saskatoon SK
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Canadian Mental Health Association: Saskatoon Branch

  • Provides recreation, employment counselling for adults with mental illness, education and resources about mental illness. 
  • Website: www.cmhask.com
  • Email: info@cmhasaskatoon.ca 
  • Phone: (306) 384-9333

Maternal Mental Health

Maternal Mental Health

  • Services to clients of all ages who are pre-conception, pregnant and/or up to one year postpartum, who are experiencing mental health concerns.
  • Website: www.saskatoonhealthregion.ca
  • Postpartum Depression Group: 306‐655‐7777
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  • Reliable, free, confidential and accurate information about prescriptions, over-the-counter medications and herbal remedies. By calling or emailing medSask, your drug-related questions will be answered free of charge by licensed pharmacists.
  • Website: www.medsask.usask.ca 
  • Email: med.sask@usask.ca
  • Phone: 1-800-665-DRUG (3784) (Saskatchewan only) or (306) 966 -6378 in Saskatoon
  • Medication queries can be made 365 days a year
  • *formerly known as Saskatchewan Drug Information Service
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Online Wellbeing Course

Financial/Debt Services

 

Saskatchewan Credit Counselling

www.debt.ca

 

Consolidated Credit Counselling Services of Canada Inc.

www.consolidatedcredit.ca

 

Saskatoon Credit Counselling Society

www.nomoredebts.org

 

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Saweyihtotan Mobile Services - Home-based Outreach SMS Services

  • Cultural Support
  • Emergency Housing Support
  • Income Assistance
  • Mental Health supports
  • Addictions supports
  • Probation supports
  • Community Based Supports
  • Elder Supports
  • Advocacy Services
  • Transportation
  • Intensive Case Management

Services available: 9am-1am Daily
Contact Info: 306-380-0835 or 306-381-4917 
https://sktc.sk.ca/saweyihtotan/

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STC Urban Family Services

The Saskatoon Tribal Council is dedicated to improving the quality of life and health for children, youth, young adults and their families in the inner city through integrated, holistic support services.

https://sktc.sk.ca/well-being/stc-urban-family-services/

White Buffalo Youth Lodge

  • 602 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK S7M 0X7
  • Phone: (306) 653-7676
  • Email: wbyl@sktc.sk.ca

https://sktc.sk.ca/white-buffalo-youth-lodge/

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Wicihitowin

https://sktc.sk.ca/wicihitowin/

  • Advocacy
  • Continuous Care with Community
  • Transportation as Needed
  • At Home Detox
  • Harm Reduction
  • Cultural Support and Connection
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Follow Up Services
  • Programming
  • Referral Services
  • Emotional Support

7 Days a week | 12-8 p.m | Phone: (306) 653-8950

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Mental Health & Addictions Program

Provides access to Métis culturally
specific mental health and addiction
supports for adults, youth and families.

Supports include:
  • Case coordination
  • Mental health and/or addictions assessment
  • Individual counselling
  • Family therapy
  • Digital dependency
  • Gaming and gambling
  • Legal consultation
  • Financial counselling

Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm:
1-855-671-5638 (toll-free)
24-hour crisis line: 1-877-767-7572

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Mental Health & Addictions Services Centralized Intake

Mental Health and Addiction Services (MHAS) Saskatoon online intake request system

This system allows you to request an intake with MHAS Saskatoon – Community online in a few easy steps.
A MHAS intake worker will contact you for further information.
You can also call 306-655-7777 during regular business hours to speak to an intake worker.

Crisis & Support Hotlines in Saskatoon

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