Regina Sexual Assault Centre: As of March 20th, the office will be closed to the public. However, they are asking people to call the crisis line at 306-352-0434 or email them at email@example.com for any inquiries or to speak to someone as the main office line is no longer regularly monitored. Counsellors are now providing telephone and Zoom counselling sessions for current clients, and are not accepting new clients at this time. If you are in crisis, do not email your counsellor, please call our crisis line or Mobile Crisis at 306-757-0127. Current clients will be contacted about the new procedures. RSAC is also providing online trauma education groups. More information can be found on their website at reginasexualassaultcentre.ca
Saskatoon Sexual Assault & Information Centre: SSAIC’s main office line hours have been expanded back to our regular hours: 9am-Noon and 1pm-5pm, Monday to Friday. While the majority of our counselling services will continue to be delivered by phone, counsellors have resumed face-to-face counselling on a limited basis by booked appointment only. New screening and safety protocols have been put in place. Priority for face-to-face counselling will be given to new clients who have not yet met their counsellor, youth, and preexisting clients that may experience barriers to telephone counselling. SSAIC is still closed to walk-ins at this time. SSAIC is accepting new clients and encourages those who need assistance to call their office speak to one of their counsellors. 24-hour crisis line is fully functional and available to assist anyone who needs our help.
Their website also contains many helpful resources including the Survivor’s Toolkit to help people through this difficult time. More information can be found on their website at https://ssaic.ca/
Society for the Involvement of Good Neighbours: Sexual assault counseling is available via telephone and email, as well as video through zoom, Skype, and hangouts Sign sexual assault is staying in touch with clients. New clients may contact (306) 783-9428 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Call in counselling has replaced Walk-in counselling by calling 306-782-1440
Mondays: 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Tuesdays: 2:00pm – 7:00pm
Wednesdays: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Thursdays: 9:00 am – 5:00pm
Fridays: 12:00pm – 5:00pm
You can find more information on their website at https://signyorkton.ca/
North East Outreach & Support Services: The office is closed until further notice. The crisis line will remain open (1-800-611-6349) and outreach will remain available from 8:00am – 5:00pm Monday-Friday by calling or texting for support. You can contact individuals by calling the office (306-752-9464) and following the instructions of the automated system or by calling directly: Ariel Brown at (306) 921-4772; Courtney Constant at (306) 921-4270; Jordyn Jones at (306) 921-4270
You can find more information on their website at https://www.neoss.ca/
Envision Counselling & Support Centre Inc.:
The centre is currently closed to the general public. However, as of Tuesday, May 19, 2020, Envision Counselling will be open by appointment only between the
hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm. Walk-In Counselling will also resume in Estevan and Weyburn from10:00am to 4:00pm at the Salvation Army as per usual. Walk-In Counselling at the Oxbow location will not be opening at this time. In office,
face-to-face counselling sessions will be available with appropriate personal protective equipment for both staff and clients. Telephone and video sessions will still be available for those in isolation or those not comfortable coming to the office.
You can contact the office nearest you at:
Oxbow: (306) 483-5555
PARTNERS Family Services: The office is currently closed for an indefinite period of time. However, essential mental health services for current and new clients will continue to be provided. The counselling and crisis services remain available to anyone who needs them via phone or video chat.
Phone or video counselling is available for children, youth and adults– with or
without an appointment. To connect with a counsellor, contact us at 306-682-4135 or through their website at partnersfamilyservices.ca
Battlefords & Area Sexual Assault Centre Inc.: All in person services are currently suspended, however, the agency will be open for one on one counselling as of May 4, 2020. Proper sanitization steps will be taken and social distancing will be enforced. Intake and counselling services will continue by phone, zoom, and FaceTime, however, all groups are cancelled until further notice. Clients with upcoming appointments are being contacted with further information. You can call 1-306-441-9265 for their counselling services and information. The 24 hour crisis line is still available (306-446-4444) and staff are still available for RCMP and Hospital Accompaniment. You can contact the office at 306-445-0055. More information can be found on their website at http://basac.ca/
Prince Albert MCU Sexual Assault Program:is currently not seeing clients face to face, rather they are connecting with our existing clients via telephone and encouraging anyone in need of support to please contact us by either telephone or email (listed below). The office is closed to the public, however the main telephone number 306-764-1039 and group email www.pacrisis.ca is being closely monitored. They would like everyone to know that their crisis line 306-764-1011 is still in operation for anyone needing support. Also follow them on Facebook for resources and information pertaining to Mental Health awareness and maintenance during these uncertain times.
West Central Crisis & Family Support Centre Inc.: “Currently, our offices function on a hold and secure entrance protocol.
However, In person-emergency based supports are offered, through a risk assessed determined process.
Crisis, Clinical, MH, Addictions counselling are offered through phone and multimedia options (306-463-6655).
Our Crisis Line services are still engaged (306-463-1860).
Child & Family support based programs are still engaged with modifications.
Thank you for your understanding, stay safe and healthy. Reach out if you need us.”