When should I seek help?
No one can go through life alone. There is never a right or wrong time to seek help, whether you are helping yourself or seeking help from others. Even if you are experiencing instances of mild mental health barriers or just feel different, talking to people is always a good idea.
Where can I find help now?
We have a team of mental health professionals who advise us, but we are not licensed or equipped to provide you with direct supports or services. UnderstandUs is an initiative to raise awareness and combat the stigma of mental health. Below are a list of community programs and services that we feel may be a first step in seeking help:
In the United States and Canada, dialling 911 on your phone is the fastest way you can get help for yourself or someone else.
HealthLine is a confidential, 24-hour health information and support telephone line. It is staffed by experienced and specially trained Client Navigators, Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses and Social Workers.
Mobile Crisis – Crisis Intervention Services
Mobile Crisis Services provides social and health crisis and emergency intervention services on a twenty four hour a day, seven days per week basis.
The Adult Mental Health Clinics are part of a continuum of treatment and support services available for adults (age 18 and over). They provide a wide range of community-based services for people who are having significant problems related to their mental health and well being. All services are provided free of charge.
Call (306) 766 7800 or Click to visit.
211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential, 24/7 service that connects individuals to human services in the province by telephone, text, or web chat, plus a searchable website with over 5,000 listings of social, community, non-clinical health, and government services across the province. In addition to searching on the 211 Saskatchewan website, individuals can call 2-1-1, text 2-1-1 or go online to chat with trained professionals to help find and navigate services they need. This access to community, health and government services is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Over 175 languages, including 17 Indigenous languages, are available over the phone.
I am Stronger
I am Stronger is a social movement, a call to action to stop bullying and cyberbullying in our Saskatchewan communities. As an organization that believes in the power of change and that we can all make a difference, SaskTel wants to take a stand and help lead the change by starting a conversation, sparking change and connecting those of us who are willing to put ourselves on the front lines of the fight against bullying.
Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan
Provides support, information, and advocacy for those affected by schizophrenia. Also provides links to other mental health-related associations and support groups.
Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan)
Promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. CMHA branches across Canada provides a wide range of innovative services and supports to people who are experiencing mental illness and their families.
AnxietyBC is a registered charity established in 1999 by a group of concerned individuals, family members, and health professionals. The association’s mission is to promote awareness of anxiety disorders and support access to evidence-based resources and treatment.
Here To Help BC
Here to Help BC is a group of seven leading mental health and addictions non-profit agencies. Since 2003, we've been working together to help people live well and better prevent and manage mental health and substance use problems.
Government of Saskatchewan Mental Health Services
The overall goal of Saskatchewan’s mental health services is to promote, preserve and restore the mental health of the population of Saskatchewan. Mental health programs operate in accordance with the Mental Health Services Act and Regulations.
Kids Help Phone Regina
Free, professional counseling service available for youth. It provides anonymous phone and online counseling and referral and information services for children and youth. The service provides counseling to youth who seek it by calling a toll-free number or posting anonymously on their website.
Child & Youth Services
Child and Youth Services provide programs that address the unique mental health needs of children and youth, including their families. Services are provided by psychiatrists, mental health therapists, social workers, speech and language pathologists, developmental pediatrician, occupational therapist, nurses, psychologists and aboriginal elders.
A network of licensed and professional counselors, therapists, and psychologists in Regina who uphold clear, compassionate values in therapy. Therapists on Theravive specialize in every form of counseling, including anxiety, trauma / PTSD, depression, families, relationships, career, addictions, children, eating disorders, couples, and marriages. If you are seeking help for your family, a loved one, your marriage, or an issue in your own life, please enter your zip code or city to start your therapist search and begin your path to healing.
Family Services Regina
Family Services Regina counselling services are for individuals, couples and families. All of our counsellors have master’s level training, numerous years of experience and work from a variety of research and trauma-informed approaches, and always hold ourselves accountable to you.
University of Regina Counselling
We offer personal counselling for students experiencing problems, group counselling for students interested in improving study habits or working through personal issues in a group setting, and emergency counselling for individuals who suddenly find themselves in crisis.
The mission of the Ranch Ehrlo Society is to provide quality prevention, restorative, and advocacy services to vulnerable individuals and families though highly engaged and professional employees.