Counselling / Mental Health - Saskatchewan - Children & Youth


On this web page you will find counselling and mental health resources for children and youth.

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Counselling

Family Service Saskatoon

Phone:  (306) 244-0727
Web: www.familyservice.sk.ca

Family Service Saskatoon provides comprehensive counseling to address difficulties in the home, community, and workplace for the whole entire family. 

Member Assistance Program

Toll Free: 1-800-268-7708
Web: www.forces.gc.ca

The Member Assistance Program (MAP) is a free voluntary and confidential service for Canadian Forces (CF) to help members (Regular Force, all Reserve Class Members, Cadets) and family members. MAP provides a short-term problem solving service for persons who have parenting or family concerns, interpersonal relations, personal and emotional, stress, anxiety, sexual assault and addiction concerns.

Psychology Association of Saskatchewan

Please note that most CF members and their families may be covered for some compensation for psychological services through the Public Service Health Care Plan with a referral from a physician.  Please check with your extended health care plan for more information.

Web: http://psychsask.ca/

PAS provides a list of practicing psychologist in Saskatchewan.  A Psychologist can assess and find solutions to problems and challenges that people are facing in their life.  Are you dealing with abuse or violence, a traumatic event or incident, an addiction or compulsive behaviour, anxiety, depression, eating disorder, phobia, grief or loss, parenting challenges?  A psychologist can help with these issues and many more.   Go to the website above to find a psychologist in your area.  Please note that you will need a doctor's referral to have the cost of a psychologist cover by your extended health care.

Theravive-Find A Therapist

Web: http://www.theravive.com/cities/sk/counselling-saskatoon.aspx

Theravive is a network of licensed and professional counselors, therapists, and psychologists who uphold clear, compassionate values in therapy. Theravive will help you get connected to the right professional, giving you a better direction, new goals, and a clearer understanding of how to get there. Therapists on Theravive specialize in every form of counseling, including anxiety, trauma / PTSD, depression, families, relationships, career, addictions, children, eating disorders, couples, and marriages.

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Mental Health

Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service

Phone: (306) 933-6200
Web: http://www.saskatooncrisis.ca/index.htm

Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service (SCIS) provides comprehensive crisis response services to individuals and families 24 hours each day, 365 days of the year.This service includes crisis counselling and conflict management, provided over the phone, in the SCIS office or in the home. Following initial interventions, referrals for ongoing support may be provided.

Saskatoon Health Region-Mental Health & Addiction Services-Child & Youth Centralized Intake and Services. 

Phone: (306) 655-7950
Web: http://www.saskatoonhealthregion.ca/your_health/ps_mhas_child_and_youth_children.htm

Provides services to children from birth to 12 years of age and their families, who are experiencing a wide range of concerns/problems that may include: aggressive/ oppositional behaviour, anxiety, attachment issues, attention difficulties, depression, parenting difficulties, and social/emotional concerns. They offer a range of assessments for children including: behavioural, family, psychological, social/emotional, and speech/language. 

Family Service Saskatoon

Phone: (306) 244-0127
Web: http://www.familyservice.sk.ca/index.html

Family Service Saskatoon offers programs, services and leadership, which develop and support individuals, families and communities to have safe, healthy and respectful relationships. The services that are offered include: counselling, healthy relationship programs, education and support groups, and services to youth at risk. 

Catholic Family Services

Phone: (306) 244-7773
Web: http://www.cfssaskatoon.sk.ca/index.html

CFS is committed to developing strong and healthy individuals and families by providing professional counselling, education and community programs, accessible to all. The services offered include: counselling, family education and wellness, and community programs. 

Central Saskatchewan Military Family Resource Centre

Phone: (306) 492-2135 Ext 4266
Web: http://www.familyforce.ca/sites/Saskatchewan%20Central/EN/Pages/default.aspx

Prevention Support and Intervention Services (PSI) consists of professional and caring social workers.  They provide short-term counselling, crisis support, assessment and referral, and education and prevention programming.  Services are free and confidential to military members and their families.  Since no referral is required, services are very timely.  The Social Workers primarily support the parents in coping, finding strategies, finding health, financial, community resources. This is an excellent resource for while waiting for an assessment.

Psychology Association of Saskatchewan

Please note that most CF members and their families may be covered for some compensation for psychological services through the Public Service Health Care Plan with a referral from a physician.  Please check with your extended health care plan for more information.

Web: http://psychsask.ca/

PAS provides a list of practicing psychologist in Saskatchewan.  A Psychologist can assess and find solutions to problems and challenges that people are facing in their life.  Are you dealing with abuse or violence, a traumatic event or incident, an addiction or compulsive behaviour, anxiety, depression, eating disorder, phobia, grief or loss, parenting challenges?  A psychologist can help with these issues and many more.   Go to the website above to find a psychologist in your area.  Please note that you will need a doctor's referral to have the cost of a psychologist cover by your extended health care.

EMentalHealth.ca

Web: http://www.ementalhealth.ca

EMentalHealth.ca provides information about mental health resources and services available in your local area.  This website has information about local support groups, crisis supports, mental health facilities and information about mental illnesses.

Canadian Mental Health Association

Web: www.cmha.ca/

CMHA branches across Canada provide a wide range of innovative services and supports to people who are experiencing mental illness and their families. These services are tailored to the needs and resources of the communities where they are based.

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This page was last updated March 17, 2014