Mental Health and Wellness Community Supports for School Families

Listed below are mental health and wellness community supports available in the Regina area for school families.

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211 Saskatchewan Text2-1-1 Call2-1-1

Free, confidential 24/7 service that connects to mental health, substance use and addictions, violence/abuse, Newcomers, Income support and employment and more.

811 Saskatchewan Call: 8-1-1

Includes access to mental health and addiction professionals.




  • Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thinking of suicide?

Call: 1-833-456-4566 24/7 or visit

  • Hope for Wellness Help Line. Toll free line:  1-855-242-3310 (English and French or upon request, Cree, Ojibway, Inuktitut) Offers immediate help to all Indigenous peoples across Canada - 24/7 support




  • Kids Help Phone (teens + young adults) (24/7 support) Call: 1-800-668-6868 Text: 686868

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 On line support and resources -

  • Mobile Crisis (24 hours) Helpline. People from all ages can call from youth-seniors.  Call: 306-757-0127
  • Regina Crisis Suicide Line (24 hours) Call: 306-525-5333


Free Professional Counselling

  • Adult Mental Health Clinic-Saskatchewan Health Authority. (COAST) 18+ Call: 306-766-7800
  • Child and Youth Services-Saskatchewan Health Authority (0-18 years and families). Call: 306-766-6700
  • Counselling Connect Saskatchewan

Book online for free counselling with:

Catholic Family Services (Shift Rapid Access Counselling) Call:  306-525-0521

Family Services Regina (Thrive) Call: 306-757-6675


Free Supports

Book online or Call: 306-347 CARE (2273) to join the following free support groups:

Depression and Anxiety - Sexual Assault Abuse/Domestic Violence Abuse - Adoptee Support Group


Not-For-Profit Counselling with payment options


LGBTQ+ Counselling and Support


Free Mental Wellness Education Courses and/or Programs

  • Canadian Mental Health Association  Call: 1-855-873-0013.  Must be over 15 year of age. Program to help individuals learn skills to improve mental health in up to six phone sessions over 3-6 months.  Workbooks available in English and French.
  • North Central Family Centre.  2931 5th Avenue. Offers after-school tutoring, daily homework help, youth and adult programs.   Call: 306-347-2552
  • Regina Open Door Society - Families In Transition (FIT) program provides specialized services, strategies, referrals, and resources to newcomers experiencing long-term integration issues/barriers, caused by a lack of safety and mental health supports. Call: 306-352-3500
  • University of Regina - Well-being for Mental Health Course-Online Therapy Unit-University of Regina (18 years + older).  Courses designed to help individuals manage emotions (e.g., anxiety, sadness, loneliness, anger, Covid-19 stress etc.)


Wellness Supports