Kids Help Phone is a 24/7 counselling service for youth throughout the country. The hotline provides the opportunity for kids to connect to a counselor and discuss anything and everything without judgement. The service is completely anonymous and is offered in both French and English. Recently, the program has been expanded beyond a phone service, and youth can now connect to a counselor through the program via a live chat in their web browser or by downloading a free app. For more information, visit their website here.
211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential, and searchable website of human services in Saskatchewan, with over 5,000 listings of social, community, non-clinical health, and government services across the province. The categories of listings include, but are not limited to, mental health and addictions, homelessness, income support, health care, food security and community programs. For more information, please call or text 2-1-1, or click here.
Farm Stress Line is a 24/7, anonymous crisis counselling service that seeks to provide support and information to rural individuals and their families. They provide non-judgmental support while working diligently to address your specific needs and concerns. For more information, please contact them directly at 1-800-667-4442.
Healthline 811 is a 24/7 provincial health and support telephone service. Staffed by specifically trained individuals and healthcare professionals, Healthline is a free and confidential service for those seeking healthcare advice. For more information, click here, or call them directly at 8-1-1 or
Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan (PATHS)
PATHS is the member association for 21 domestic violence shelters and services across Saskatchewan. Contact information for these agencies can be found on the PATHS website.
Fact sheets and information on intimate partner violence, promising practices for working with survivors of violence, and more can be found on the PATHS website at www.pathssk.org or by phoning 1-306-522-3515.
The Ministry of Social Services strives to aid citizens in areas of financial support, affordable housing, family and child programs, and services for persons with disabilities. There are a numerous centres across the provinces that can provide a wide range of programs and support. For more information, click here, or phone 1-866-221-5200.
The Victim Services program works closely with police and assist victims in the immediate aftermath of a crime or tragedy and throughout the criminal justice process.
Services offered, provided by staff and volunteers, include:
referrals to other specialized programs and services
Family Service Regina can provide individuals with a wide range of services that include, but are not limited to, counselling, safety planning, help finding a shelter, and support groups. For more information, please contact them directly at 306-757-6675.
Regina Mobile Crisis Services is a 24/7 emergency service that provides domestic violence aid to individuals within Regina and throughout rural Saskatchewan. The staff can assist with emergency intervention orders, counselling for either party, arranging shelter, developing a safety plan, transportation, and referrals to other organizations among other services. For more information, please contact them directly at 306-757-0127.
Family Service Saskatoon is an organization devoted to helping individuals and families build and maintain healthy relationships. They offer a wide variety of individual and group counselling sessions as well as support programs, with many focused specifically on domestic violence issues. For more information, please contact them directly at 306-244-0127.
Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Services offers a 24/7 mobile crisis service within the city of Saskatoon. Their staff can aid individuals with a variety of needs based on an individualized risk assessment. For more information, please contact them directly at 306-933-6200.