Referrals to Community Adult Mental Health programs are to be directed to Centralized Intake at 306-655-7777.
Who Do We Serve?
Individuals (including family members) 18 years or older who are experiencing significant distress, which may include:
- Depression Eating difficulties
- Enduring health, mental health and stress-related problems
- Isolation and loneliness
- Life challenges related to experiences of oppression such as racism, sexism and poverty
- Problems associated with histories of trauma, loss, abuse and violence
- Relationship issues
Alternatives to Violence Program: This program provides education and treatment groups that invite/support men and women to stop their violence to their intimate partners.
Alternatives to Violence PDF - detailed information on this service.
Anxiety and Mood Program: This program provides education and treatment groups for individuals who experience anxiety, obsessive-compulsive, bipolar and seasonal affective disorders.
Information for Clients and Family
Initial Questionnaire - PDF
Generalized Anxiety Booklet - PDF
Generalized Anxiety Questionnaire - PDF
Social Anxiety Booklet -PDF
Social Anxiety Questionnaire - PDF
Mood Disorders Booklet - PDF
Panic & Phobia Booklet - PDF
Seasonal Affective Disorder - PDF
Seasonal Affective Disorder Questionnaire - PDF
Community Adult Counselling Program: This program provides counselling and therapy services to adults, both individually and through educational and therapeutic groups.
Community Adult Psychiatry Program: This program provides assessment and treatment services, and consultation to family physicians and primary health care workers.
Sex Offender Treatment Program: This program provides services for men who have committed sex offences or who are concerned about a risk to offend, and who can be safety treated in a community-based program.
Our multidisciplinary team consists of a variety of professionals which includes:
- Addiction Workers
- Social Workers
To meet clients needs, this team often works in partnership with other caregivers, agencies and organizations.
Location and Contact Information:
4th Floor - 715 Queen St.
Saskatoon, SK. S7k 4X4
Business Hours: Monday to Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm
There is 2 hour free parking available on nearby residential streets. parking at a fee is also available at Saskatoon City Hospital.
Programs also offered at:
2302 Arlington Ave.
Saskatoon, SK. S7J 3L3
Saskatoon City Hospital
701 Queen St.
Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0M7