Need someone to talk to? Our crisis line provides free inclusive 24-hour support. 306-352-0434

Connecting yourself to local and accessible resources is so important. Sometimes you need a little help, and thats okay.  We have provided a listing of many local services within Regina to assist you in any situation.

LOCAL RESOURCES

Addiction Services: 306-766-6616


Aids Program (Saskatchewan): 306-924-8420


Child Protection Local Intake: 1-844-787-3760
After Hours Mobile Crisis Services: 306-569-2724 Investigation of cases dealing with child abuse (i.e. physical, sexual, neglect)

Child and Youth Services: 1680 Albert Street, 306-766-7800 Counselling services for young people under the age of 18

Child Injury and Abuse Line: 306-569-2724
24-hour service connected with Mobile Crisis

Crisis Response Team: 306-766-7800
Ran out of Mental Health – now alongside Police and other required agencies
Monday to Friday - 8:00 A.M. to Midnight. Weekends 1:00 to 9:00 P.M.

Domestic Violence Outreach Program: 306-757-6675 (EXT 232)
Operated by Family Service Regina

Crisis and Suicide Number: 306-525-5333
Multiple problems including suicide, welfare emergency, finances etc. Social Services after hours operated through Mobile Crisis

Family Service Regina: 306-757-6675
Individual, couple and family counselling, groups, walk-in, battered women’s support group. Will charge on sliding scale and EAP. 

Isabel Johnson Shelter Y.W.C.A.: 306-525-2141 (ask switchboard to connect.)
Shelter for women and children in crisis situations

Kids Help Phone Crisis Line: 1-800-668-6868, or text "HOME" to 686868

LGBTQ+ Community of Regina: 2070 Broad Street, 306- 522-7343 
Social club for LGBTQ+

Mobile Crisis Line: 306-757-0127

Planned Parenthood Regina: 306-522-0902
Pregnancy testing, Education on unplanned pregnancy options, Birth control education and prescriptions, Low-cost birth control, Emergency Contraceptive, IUD consults and inserts, Pap smears, STI testing, TCA treatments, Sales of condoms, Referral to community agencies


Regina Mental Health Clinic: 2110 Hamilton Street, 306-766-7800
Counselling services for people 18 years of age and over

UR PRIDE – Riddell Centre - University of Regina: 306-586-8811 ext. 207


Provides information and support to LGBTQ+ individuals both on and off campus
 
Wichihik iskwik Safe House - WISH Shelter: 306-543-0493
Safe shelter for women and their children, aboriginal staff. Will also take homeless youth

STI Clinic: 2110 Hamilton Street, 306-766-7788

Sofia House: 306-565-2537
Second stage housing for battered women and their children

Transition House: 1700 College Avenue, 306-569-2292
Shelter for women and children in crisis
Counsellors available on a 24 hour basis to offer support and assistance

Salvation Army Waterston Shelter: 1845 Osler Street , 306-569-6088 (men only)
A 46-bed emergency shelter providing a safe place for men to sleep, store their belongings and call home while they are passing through the city or until they find more permanent accommodations.

Y.W.C.A. My Aunt's Place: 306-525-2141(ask to be connected to My Aunt's Place Program)
Temporary (approx. 28 day) housing for women and children. Advocacy/assistance with housing, social services, child protection, etc.

Woman's Health Clinic: General Hospital, 306-766-0586
Crisis pregnancy counselling and Abortion procedures

Victim Services Regina Police Service: 306-777-9660

LOCAL RESOURCES

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