Referrals to Community Adult Recovery Services are to be directed to Centralized Intake at 306-655-7777.
Who Do We Serve?
- Persons 18 years or older who:
- Have been diagnosed with a mental illness as defined in the DSM-V (major diagnosis) by a psychiatrist and are actively involved with a psychiatrist.
- Have suffered a significant loss of social functioning for a period generally exceeding 18 months as a result of a mental health disorder.
- Individuals at risk of becoming chronically disabled by a mental health disorder, including persons who are acutely ill or traumatized.
Service for people who have significant changes in their quality of life due to deterioration of mental health and addiction issues.
Case Management/Home Care: Individual assessment and care planning to include
- Recovery planning
- Housing planning
- Medication management
- Ongoing engagement and assessment
- Coordination of services and supports
- Relevant crisis management
Case managers work with community agencies and programs and other SHR services to ensure a coordinated and comprehensive approach is taken to assist in improving quality of life.
Residential Services: Assists clients in finding safe, appropriate and sustainable housing to provide a level of support consistent with their needs.
Coordination of Ministry of Health: Mental Health Approved Home Program
Seniors Focus: Provides case management, educational groups and consultation to seniors who are experiencing difficulties due to mental illness.
Early Psychosis Intervention Program (EPIP): Provides a structured program to individuals with early symptoms of psychosis.
McKerracher Recovery Program: The McKerracher Day Program offers several educational, recreational and social groups and activities to enhance coping skills and quality of life. Referrals are not required. McKerracher Day Program services are available Monday to Friday. Contact the McKerracher Centre for more information.
Description of McKerracher Groups - Winter 2020
Peer Support Program: Peer Support, provided by people with their own lived experience of mental health and/or addiction challenges, provides clients with extra support and understanding as they work towards a goal. Some goals we have helped people with include attending a new group or program, signing up for volunteer work, and developing conversation skills. Having a peer support worker can increase people's sense of hope and belief in recovery. Referrals to this program can be made by Mental Health & Addictions (MHAS) staff on behalf of their clients. Clients without an MHAS worker can seek a referral to our program by calling Centralized Intake at 306-655-7777 or contact McKerracher Centre for more information.
Additional Therapies: Client needs are addressed through a variety of group and individual programs (i.e. self-care skills, conversation skills, budgeting skills, creative-expressive therapy and collective cooking).
Clients are offered education to maintain and improve their leisure pursuits in the community. Fitness and regular opportunities for social interaction are available as well as individual counselling and family support.
Our multidisciplinary team consists of a variety of professionals which include:
- Community Mental Health Nurses
- Occupational Therapists
- Recreation Therapists
- Social Workers
- Rehab Workers
- Health Educators
- Support Staff
Location and Contact Information:
Community Recovery Adult Services
314 Duchess Street
Saskatoon, SK. S7K 0R1
Business Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm - closed over lunch hour.
There is 2 hour street parking on Duchess Street. All day parking on side residential streets.
2302 Arlington Ave.
Saskatoon, SK. S7J 3L3
Business Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm - open over lunch hour.
Street parking available or there is some parking spaces available in the back of building.