The Remember and Rebuild project is documenting how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of people in Saskatchewan. Over two years since the pandemic began, people across the province are emotionally and physically tired. We hope our work will point to new directions for collective action that can improve health equity across Saskatchewan. Yet as individuals and communities we also may need to pause, breathe, and reach out for support.
Here are some agencies and organizations that can support you or others in need.
If you have a medical or mental health emergency or are concerned you may be a danger to yourself or others, call 911 or go to the nearest open clinic or emergency room.
8-1-1, a confidential, free, 24-hour health and mental health and addictions advice, education, and support telephone line available to the people of Saskatchewan, staffed by experienced and specially trained Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses, and Registered Social Workers.
a health and/or mental health care provider (e.g., doctor, nurse practitioner, counsellor, social worker, psychiatrist, etc.).
about services in your community to aid you and your family through recovery from substance use.
food, clothing, and nutritional advice.
with someone who will listen. Call 1.833.456.4566 (24/7/365) or text to 45645 (available 2-10pm CST) or visit:
services in your community through 211 Saskatchewan. This is a free 24-hour service that connects people to human services in the province by telephone, text, or web chat. It also offers a website with over 6,000 listings of social, community, non-clinical health, and government services across the province. Call 211 or visit them online.
Ministry of Social Services of Saskatchewan about financial assistance and other services that you might quality for.
Additional Online Resources
ONLINE USER THERAPY
Offering adults free Online Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for a number of mentla health concerns.
A Canadian network of mood and anxiety treatments.
E-COUCH SELF HELP
Cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety, depression, divorce, bereavement.
Trusted resources and programs to help people better understand and manage anxiety.
A mood tracker and self-help resource list.
Health strategies to help men manage and prevent depression.
Pregnancy related support.
A free self-help anxiety relief app.
Offers guided meditations on everything from managing stress and everyday anxiety to sleep, focus, and mind-body health.