We provide help with medical, police and legal matters.
We provide free, confidential counselling for victims and the family of victims.
Are you in crisis?
Having difficulty coping with daily problems
Don’t want to talk to friends or family
Are you turning to alcohol or drugs to make yourself feel better
Mood changes, less patience or angry outbursts
Need someone to talk to between appointments with counsellors
Not feeling you are in touch with reality
Overwhelmed and don’t know where to turn
Mobile Crisis Services provides crisis counselling Call 306 764 1011
What should I do if I am having suicidal thoughts?
Call 911 if you have hurt yourself or taken more than the medically recommended dose of medication.
Non-Emergent and after 4:00pm on weekdays and 24hrs on weekends. Call the Crisis Helpline 306 764-1011.
Between 8:00 and 4:00pm on weekdays call the mental health line at (306) 765-6055.
You are not alone.
1 in 5 Canadians will experience a mental health crisis in their lifetime and every Canadian will be affected in some way due to their relationship with family or friends who experience a mental health crisis.
Why get help
Like so many other illnesses, early treatment is the key to recovering from mental illnesses. Early treatment can prevent a problem from getting worse. The sooner you do something about it, the sooner you’ll be back to yourself.
Situational crisis can put a strain on that recovery. Situation crises usually do not last more than 48hrs but when your ability to cope is already stressed, the added support can help you assess your situation, prioritize the things you need to address and connect you to the resources that will help.
Our Crisis Counsellors are trained and can help you address your mental health issues. We partner with community agencies to provide you with immediate and ongoing help.
WHY GET HELP
We will provide appropriate referral to other agencies and information on issues like sexual assault, child abuse, spousal abuse and court preparation.