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The Lighthouse Supportive Living - Women’s Emergency Shelter
The Lighthouse provides emergency shelter for Saskatoon’s women in a recently built dorm. This emergency shelter is for women who have nowhere to call home, or their living situation is such that it is safer for them to be in a shelter. The causes range from people who have just had a bad series of events set them back financially, domestic violence to a series of concurrent disorders…
Rainbow Housing Co-Operative
The complex includes a variety of units ranging from one-bedroom garden apartments to four-bedroom townhouses. 8 units have been specially designed for physically disabled members…
Shirley Skelton Manor
Shirley Skelton Manor will house clients with disabilities, homelessness or addiction issues. Residents will have a stable living environment as they learn life skills and receive counselling in preparation for independent living…
Camponi Housing Corporation - Rent Geared-To-Income Program
Community Legal Assistance Services For Saskatoon Inner City
Community legal assistance services for Saskatoon inner-city…
Saskatoon Food Bank - Infant Nutrition
On top of the regular food bank, it also supports pregnant and nursing women through the milk for children program and Milk Month. We also provide infant formula, jars of baby food and infant cereals for all children under one year old…
Crocus - Food Program
Saskatoon Mother’s Centre - Mom And Tots Cooking Group
The cooking group happens every Wednesday from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm and instructs how to cook delicious vegetarian meals. Children are active members in the meal preparation, and the coffee is always on…
Saskatoon Friendship Inn - Bagged Lunch Program
Students can come to take a free bagged lunch for school (a valid student card is required for adults). Working men and women can also pick up a bag lunch, for a cost of $2.00…
Chep Good Food
Victim Services Helpline
Family Service SK - Intimate Partner Violence Outreach Program
Family Service Saskatoon provides individuals affected by interpersonal violence a place to come for confidential support in a safe and secure environment. The IPV team provides unique individualized support, especially in crises…
IWS - Just4Women Programs
The Just4Women Program is a women’s only program designed to provide gender-sensitive support services to women who are vulnerable to the risks of isolation, domestic violence/ physical abuse and emotional abuse and lack of access to support networks for socio-economic participation. The program provides a forum for learning, friendship and broader community connections…
EGADZ - Operation Help
Operation Help is an outreach service specializing in assisting people involved, or at risk of being involved, in sexual exploitation. The Operation Help team provides support and services to any individual, not limited to age or gender, who voluntarily would like to exit the sex trade lifestyle…
Saskatoon Interval House
Women and children escaping violence find a safe shelter at Interval House – a home where they can heal their physical and emotional scars and rebuild their lives…
Service listings and resources related to mental health and addictions in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
HealthLine 811 is a confidential, 24-hour health and mental health and addictions advice, education and support toll-free telephone line available to the people of Saskatchewan. This Saskatoon crisis intervention service is staffed by experienced and specially trained registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses, and registered social workers…
Saskatoon & District Central Office (Alcoholics Anonymous)
Prairie Harm Reduction - Safe Consumption Site
CFS Saskatoon - Counselling (Market Mall)
CFS Saskatoon provides the saskatoon community with walk-in counselling in Market Mall at the Community Health Clinic on Thursday’s from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm. (Last session at 5:50 pm) Starting September 4th, 2020, we begin offering walk-in counselling on Fridays from 9:00 am – 12:00 noon. This is a free service, and clients are asked to phone to set up an appointment…
Emotions Anonymous - St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
Emotions Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who desire to improve their emotional well-being. EA members come together in weekly meetings to work toward recovery from any emotional difficulties. EA members are of diverse ages (18+), races, economic status, social and educational backgrounds…
Training & Education
Radius Community Centre For Education And Employment Training
Our learning centre programs help unemployed or underemployed workers with the skills needed to connect to the world of work. Education options include employee development and workplace skills; career development skills; workplace-related short-term certificate training; along with tools such as résumés and cover letters…
LDAS - Academic Tutoring
University Of Saskatchewan
The University of Saskatchewan’s primary role is to provide post-secondary instruction and research in the humanities, sciences, and other areas of human, intellectual, cultural, social, and physical development. The University offers instructional programs leading to graduate and undergraduate degrees, certificate and diploma programs and post-grad clinical(residency) programs…
Autism Services - ABA Little Tots Program
The Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Little Tots Program is an early intensive behavioural intervention program (EIBI) based on ABA principles. It consists of treatment for children 48 months or younger for 25 hours of therapy per week…
GGP - English Language Centre (ELC)
CFS Saskatoon - Counselling (Market Mall)
Empower Health (iamsick.ca)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) - Saskatoon
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been no change to the RCMP’s full-time response to critical and emergency matters. RCMP detachments remain open, and your local police officers continue to be present in your community to ensure community safety…
Sexual Health Clinic - Saskatoon
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will continue to help residents in the Saskatoon health region by seeing cases and contacts of syphilis, HIV & Hep C by appointment, providing emergency contraception, providing exchange services, providing free condoms, providing results (by telephone in the morning only for those seen previously in STI Clinic)…
Family Service Saskatoon
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