Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resources

Well Being Resources - Local, Provincial and National

 
15 Wing Chaplin
Moral/Spiritual well-being support for CAF members and families. 
Email: eric.davis@forces.gc.ca
Phone: 306.694.2296
 
15 Wing Social Worker
Counselling (CAF members) and psychosocial services
Email: leanne.thoroughgood@forces.gc.ca
Phone: 306.694.2222 ext. 5502
 
Moose Jaw MFRC, Family Liaison Officer
Counselling (CAF families) and referral services
Email: jennifer.calkin@forces.gc.ca
Blackberry: 306.684.0332
 
Family Information Line
24/7 support and referral system for CAF members and their families
Phone: 1.800.866.4546
 
Canadian Forces Members Assistance Program (CFMAP)
Individual/family counselling telephone or virtual
Available for CAF members, and their families (includes children)
Phone: 1.800.268.7708
 
Strongest Families Institute
Mental health care to children and youth from military families. The programming will continue to be delivered both online and through telehealth services.
Website: www.strongestfamilies.com
Email: info@strongestfamilies.com
Toll Free Phone: 1.866.470.7111
 
Five Hill Health Region Mental Health
Dr. F. H. Wigmore Regional Hospital
Website: www.fhhr.ca/MentalHealth.htm
Phone: 306. 691.6491 (intake)
 
Child Protection (Moose Jaw branch)
Phone: 306.694.3647
 
Transition House
Family Violence support for women and children  
Website: www.mj-transitionhouse.com
24/7 telephone support: 306.693.6511
 
Family Service Regina
Individual and Family Counselling. Offering virtual and telephone support. Available for military families.
Website: familyserviceregina.com
Email: info@familyserviceregina.ca
Phone: 306.757.6675
 
Shift Walk-In Counselling (aka Free Walk-in Counselling)
Provided by CFS Regina (Catholic Family Services of Regina). Offers free walk-in counselling to individuals, couples, and families. Provides interpretation service for crisis counselling.
Website: www.cfsregina.ca
Phone: 306.525.0152
 
Online Therapy Program
Online therapy services  offered through the University of Regina
Website: www.onlinetherapyuser.ca
Email: Online.Therapy.USER@uregina.ca
 
Kids Help Phone 24/7
Phone: 1.800.668.6868
Text: CONNECT to 686868 to talk to a trained crisis responder
 
Crisis Text Line (powered by Kids Help Phone) 24/7 
Text HOME to 741741 to talk to a trained crisis responder
 
Canadian Suicide Hotline 24/7
Phone: 1.833.456.4566
Phone: 1.416.915.4566
Text: START to 45645 (4pm-midnight ET)
 
Health Care Lumeca+
Virtual Health System to connect Saskatchewan residents to physicians (Free)
Website: lumeca.com
 
HealthLine 811
Professional health for mental health and addictions advice, education and support. COVID 19 Screening.
Phone: 811
 
211 Saskatchewan 
24/7 service that connects individuals to human services in the province by telephone, text, or web chat.
Website: sk.211.ca
 
Saskatchewan Prevention Institute 
They share evidence-based information through print and web-based resources to promote wellbeing. provide education and training on all of our areas of focus. 
Website: www.skprevention.ca
Email info@skprevention.ca
Phone: 306.651.4300
 
Lake Head University
Online course for parents. Lakehead professor hosting free webinar series: Surviving and Thriving at Home with Your Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Wellness Together Canada
Wellness Together Canada provides free online resources, tools, apps and connections to trained volunteers and qualified mental health professionals when needed.
Website: https://ca.portal.gs/