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The following pages are available regarding MHAS:
Contact Us/Referral Information
Acute Services (Dubé Centre)
PDF Pamphlet - Adult Addiction Programs
PDF Pamphlet - Mental Health Programs
Adult Outreach Services
Brief and Social Detox
Community Addiction Services
Community Adult Mental Health Services
Methadone Assisted Recovery Services
Residential Treatment – Adult (Calder Centre)
Child and Youth Services:
PDF Pamphlet - Child and Youth Services
Child and Youth Outreach Services
Children Services (0-12 yrs)
Residential Treatment – Youth (Calder Centre) (12-18 yrs)
Young Offender Program
Youth Services (13-18 yrs)
Youth Stabilization Unit (Calder Centre) (12-18 yrs)
Community Based Organizations
Resources for Professionals
Mental Health Services and Addiction Services combined from Mental Health Services and Addiction Services into one care group in 2001. It is one of the several care groups coordinated and organized within Saskatoon Health Region.
Mental Health and Addiction Services provides a range of inpatient and outpatient clinical services for clients of all ages who may face mild, moderate or severe issues. Our team of professionals use a variety of helping strategies including individual, group and family therapies.
"the ability to live a different lifestyle"
New clients are assessed and referred to appropriate services by a centralized intake system. Services referred to may include:
- Mental Health and Addiction Services
- Other services in the Saskatoon Health Region
- Services in the larger community
Intake appointments can be booked by phone or by walking in to the following locations:
Suite 156, 122 3rd Ave. N. Hours of Operation:
Sturdy Stone Building 8:00 am to 12: noon and
Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H6 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Phone: 306-655-4100 Monday to Friday
Child and Youth Services
715 Queen Street Hours of Operation:
Saskatoon, SK S7K 4X4 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Phone: 306-655-7950 and 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday
For accessing services in the Rural areas, please see Rural Services
In case of psychiatric emergencies, please go to the Royal University Emergency Department. The Emergency Room is open 24 hours per day.
A psychiatric nurse is available daily from 12 noon to midnight to assist emergency physicians and psychiatrists with the treatment of psychiatric emergencies (e.g. suicidality, homicidality, psychosis). The psychiatric nurse can be reached at 306-655-1530.
If you wish to speak to a health professional, you can call the Saskatchewan HealthLine at 811 (24 hour service).
We are in partnership with the following Community Based Organizations:
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