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Support Services to Families, Students and Staff

If you feel powerless in a situation over which you have no control... If you are disarmed to the point of questioning your own ability to call for help -- yours or that of a loved one... You're not alone!

To better support students, parents and staff in need, the CÉF has identified resources that are often available round the clock.

  • Regardless of the challenge;
  • If in need of an answer;
  • There is help available immediately!

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Take a moment to familiarize yourself with a few of the available resources. As a parent, it is normal to ask questions about how best to support your child during a difficult time. You will find below resources to guide your reflection in meeting the needs of your child, and see your own needs.

Saskatchewan Health Line

Signalez: 811

Jeunesse j’écoute:

www.jeunessejecoute.ca

1-800-668-6868

Kids Help Phone:

www.kidshelpphone.ca

1-800-668-6868

Réseau Santé en français de la Saskatchewan

www.rsfs.ca

Répertoire des professionnels de la santé parlant français

Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service:

www.saskatooncrisis.ca

306-933-6200

La Croix Rouge Canadienne - Saskatchewan

http://www.croixrouge.ca/ou-travaillons-nous/au-canada/saskatchewan

1-800-418-1111

Saskatoon Health Region

Community Adult Mental Health Services (pour les 19 ans et plus)

306-655-4100

Saskatoon Health Region

Youth Services (pour les jeunes de 12 à 18 ans)

305-655-7950

Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

Child & Youth Services

1-866-367-8743

Regina Crisis Intervention Services

www.mobilecrisis.ca

306-757-0127