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Emergency and Crisis Services Resources
Emergency and crisis resources that are available 24 hour per day. Helping you reduce your stress.
When you are concerned about immediate risk to yourself or others call 911.
Call 911 when you require a response from one or more of the following emergency services:
- Police RCMP/City Police
- medical personnel
- rescue personnel
Mobile Crisis Services Inc.
Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. is a non-profit community-based organization that has been providing crisis intervention services to Regina and province of Saskatchewan since 1974. The overall purpose of the agency is to provide integrated and comprehensive social and health crisis intervention services.
Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service
Prince Albert Mobile Crisis Unit
Mobile Crisis Prince Albert is a community based not-for-profit organization providing services to Prince Albert and area since 1977. Crisis intervention workers are available after-hours 4pm-8am, Monday to Friday and 24 hours per day on weekends.
211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential, 24/7 service that connects individuals to human services in the province by telephone, text, or web chat, plus a searchable website with over 5,000 listings of social, community, non-clinical health, and government services across the province.
Phone: Dial 211
Hours: 24 Hours
Mental Health Resources
Mental health is a state of well-being. Resources that can help with the stresses of life.
Saskatchewan Mental Health and Addiction Services
A wide range of services, supports, and education materials are available to assist people who are struggling with mental health and addiction issues in Saskatchewan.
Search sk.211.ca to find the regional services that are nearest to you.
Crisis Services Canada
CSC evolved out of the Canadian Distress Line Network (CDLN) – a national network of existing distress, crisis and suicide prevention line services that has been engaging members since 2002.
In recent years, the network has formalized and CSC was formed. Its structure and focus is geared to strengthening regional service delivery and ensuring gaps in mental health and suicide prevention and support nationwide are addressed.
In 2017, the organization incorporated under the name Crisis Services Canada and launched the Canada Suicide Prevention Service (CSPS). CSC is a collaboration of non-profit distress and crisis service centres from across Canada.
Do More Agriculture Foundation
Do More Ag is a Not-For Profit organization focusing on mental health in agriculture across Canada.
Canadian Mental Health Association – Saskatchewan Division
Agriculture Resources that Support Farmers & Producers
Programs and services that provide expertise to farmers, ranchers and producers. Learn more about them.
Agriculture Knowledge Center
The Agriculture Knowledge Centre (AKC) is the first point of contact with Saskatchewan Agriculture for technical and general agriculture questions and program inquiries and pathfinding services. The centre is staffed with resource agents and agriculture specialists on-site and across the province who provide information and technical assistance on a broad range of topics.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC)
FCC is a financially self-sustaining federal Crown corporation reporting to Parliament through the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food. Our corporate office is located in Regina, Sask. We lend money and provide other services to primary producers, food operations and agribusinesses that provide inputs or add value to agriculture. We share business management knowledge and training with our customers, free of charge. We offer insurance, venture capital and management accounting software, that’s designed specifically for agriculture.
MNP is one of the largest chartered accountancy and business consulting firms in Canada. For more than 65 years, we have proudly served and responded to the needs of our clients in public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. Through partner-led engagements, we provide a collaborative, cost effective approach to doing business and personalized strategies to help producers succeed.
The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan – or APAS – has been the voice of Saskatchewan’s farmers and ranchers since 2000.
APAS is Saskatchewan’s only democratically elected, producer-run, non-partisan, grassroots, general farm organization.
We work on behalf of our members to address the most important issues facing the province’s agriculture sector, including rail transportation, carbon taxation, business risk management, seed royalties, and water policy, to name a few.
APAS represents Saskatchewan as a member of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture and advocates on behalf of Saskatchewan agricultural producers to all levels of government.