Envision Counselling and Support Centre in Estevan provides therapeutic counselling and support, crisis intervention, in-home services, groups, workshops, and education that help individuals, families, and couples to feel empowered and content.
Based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Hope Restored is a charitable organization guided and led by compassionate people who care deeply about the restoration and empowerment of all people, especially those who have been impacted by sexual exploitation and trafficking. Key services offered are: Outreach services for victims/survivors of sexual exploitation and trafficking and day programming connected to Safe housing where individuals who identify as female and are working to escape the cycle of sexual exploitation and trafficking.
Heart-Song Complex Trauma Program in Saskatoon saw a need for committed, nonprofit resources to provide counselling for victims and survivors of sexual abuse, trauma, and exploitation, and formed Heart-Song to provide solutions. Heart-Song offers client centered complex trauma counseling.
North East Outreach and Support Services (NEOSS) enhances the safety and wellness, and nurtures personal growth, of individuals and families in crisis in North East Saskatchewan. Our organization is a registered, non-profit charity. Services are delivered by funds obtained from government grants, fundraising and community donations. The agency is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and managed by an Executive Director.
PARTNERS Family Services is a non-profit charitable organization based in Humboldt, SK and serving the rural communities within a 100km radius. PARTNERS Family Services offers comprehensive supports and services to individuals, families and communities with the goal of supporting overall wellbeing. Services include individual and group therapeutic counselling, parenting programs, crisis supports, and domestic violence prevention and intervention.
Piwapan Women’s Centre has offered a full range of residential and outreach services specializing in helping women and children impacted by family violence. Piwapan plays a key role in servicing La Ronge area and small communities in Northern SK.
Prince Albert Mobile Crisis Unit, Sexual Assault Centre (PASAC), serves Prince Albert, La Ronge and Meadow Lake and surrounding area by providing confidential services to sexual assault survivors and their families. We provide support to children, youth and adults affected by sexual violence. Counsellors work Monday through Fridays, however the Mobile Crisis Unit provides crisis response after hours, weekends and statutory holidays for those in need of immediate support.
Yorkton’s Society for Involvement of Good Neighbors (SIGNS) contributes to and participates in communities that are caring, self-reliant, safe and stable; that oﬀer opportunities to participate in and beneﬁt from social, economic, cultural and recreational activities; and that provide for basic needs.
Southwest Crisis Services (SWCS) is a non-profit, community-based organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. SWCS provides shelter to women and children fleeing or are at risk of domestic/interpersonal violence, provides community outreach services including counselling, education and prevention presentations and groups. Located in Swift Current, Southwest Crisis Services serves the entire southwest corner of Saskatchewan.
Located in Kindersley, the West Central Crisis & Family Support Centre’s mission is to provide support services to individuals and families experiencing violence and crisis in their lives, as well as outreach programs to communities within their boundaries.
Since its inception, Family Service Regina has reflected the pressing concerns of the many communities within Regina. Today’s Family Service Regina continues to respond to the changing economic and demographic environment and to create effective services to meet emerging needs. Whether it’s providing counselling services to a family struggling with changing circumstances, providing support to a teen mother facing adult responsibilities, or helping victims of domestic violence find their voice in the criminal justice system, their ambition remains the same: they offer support, hope and opportunities to help people grow healthy families and strong communities.