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​​​811 – Health Advice/ Mental Health/ Additctions

HealthLine is a confidential, 24-hour health information and support telephone line. It is staffed by experienced and specially trained Clien​t Navigators, Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses and Social Workers

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​​​Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) – SK

An organization that supports and promoted the rights of people who are dealing with mental illness, helps them live to their full potential and enhances their wellbeing with in the community. Programs are offered for both consumers and loved ones.

2702 1212 Ave Regina

306-569-3788

 www.sk.cmha.ca/


​​Child and Youth Services: Mental Health Services Program (RQHR)

Provides family-centered, children's ​mental health services. Services include assessment and treatment for a range of emotional, development and behavioral disorders.

1680 Albert St Regina

www.rqhealth.ca/departments/child-and-youth

306-766- 6700​


​​Catholic Family Services Regina

"CFS Regina is a non-profit family se​rvice agency that offers a number of services, all tailored to those in need."

https://www.cfsregina.ca/

 306-525- 0521


​​​Family Service Regina

"Family Service Regina has counselling services that can help with any many issues from anxiety to domestic violence and everything else that may be bothering you." 

 https://familyserviceregina.com/

306-757- 6675


​​Thrive Walk-In Counselling

Thrive Walk-In Counselling is a program of Family Service Regina. Thrive is a community-based, city-wide, free, four-day-a-week walk-in counselling service for adults, children, teen​s and their families. The service is available at multiple locations across the City of Regina and aims to increase access to solution-focused counselling.

Dates, ​​Times and Locations

Mondays and Thursdays from 1-5pm at Family Service Regina

Wednesdays 1-6pm at Regina Public Library, Central Branch Meeting Room 2

Fridays 1-6pm Regina Public Library, Albert Branch, mâmawêyatitân Centre​


​​​Regina Open Door Society

The Regina Open Door Society (RODS) is a non-profit organization that provides settlement and integration services to refugees and immig​rants in Regina. RODS is committed to meeting the needs of newcomers by offering programs and services that enable them to achieve their goals and participate fully in the larger community.

www.rods.sk.ca


​​​Al-Anon/ AlaTeen

Al-Anon provides support to any​one affected by a relative or friends drinking.

www.sk-alanon.ca

306-522-7500​


​​​Caring Hearts

Provides supports towards the hea​lth and wellbeing of individuals, comminutes and organizations.

www.caringheartssk.ca

306-532-2787