If you need immediate emergency assistance call 911
Saskatchewan Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Network
The Saskatchewan CISM Network provides peer-to-peer support and crisis intervention for all public safety personnel and first responders throughout Saskatchewan. Our peer support program adheres to the standards for a comprehensive, integrated and systematic approach to crisis intervention practices as recommended by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF) and ICISF – Canada.
Our mission is to provide training, education, resources and crisis intervention to public safety personnel and health care settings. We support the growth and development of peer support programs through training, sharing of resources and collaborating with our network members to provide the best resources available to your organizations.
Traumatic events can occur anytime in your career. Please call to request support.
Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Centre
Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service (SCIS) intervenes and manages social, emotional and psychological emergencies for people experiencing acute and ongoing crisis 24 hours each day, 365 days of the year.
Province-wide professional health advice and mental health support
HealthLine 811 is a confidential, 24-hour health and mental health and addictions advice, education and support telephone line available to the people of Saskatchewan. It is staffed by experienced and specially trained Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses, and Registered Social Workers.
HealthLine 811 is free. Services are offered in English, with translation available in over 100 languages.
If you are having technical issues with accessing HealthLine 811 by dialling 811, you can call 1-877-800-0002 to be connected with HealthLine 811.
Deaf and hard of hearing residents can access HealthLine 811 by using the SaskTel Relay Operator service at 1‑800‑855‑1155.
Crisis Services Canada Suicide Prevention and Support
OSI-CAN is an operational stress injury (OSI)/post-traumatic stress disorder support initiative that supports both career and volunteer first responder and public safety personnel. OSI-CAN has an ever-expanding network of service providers to link members with other services necessary for their recovery, such as housing, counselling, vocational training, psycho-social rehabilitation, advice on prescriptions, horse-assisted therapy and financial assistance for those needing a service dog and a phone-In support group.