Surrounding Area Organizations

OUT Saskatoon

Vision-A community that values and supports people of all gender identities, expressions, and sexualities.  

Mission- OUTSaskatoon believes in the equity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, two spirit, intersex, and queer people. We provide peer support and counseling, queer-specific education and resources, outreach, social gatherings and events, community referrals, and sexual health services. We support body, mind and spirit within a growing and changing community.

We are sustained by our dedicated volunteers, staff, and board members, as well as by partnerships with all levels of government, charitable organizations, community foundations, corporations, and individual stakeholders.

Friendship Inn (Saskatoon)

At the Inn, people access breakfast, lunch, a family worker, as well as information on topics ranging from health to the law. We offer programs such as a weekly cribbage tournament, tutoring for kids, and parenting classes.

1-306-242-5122

PATHS (Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan)

To collaborate with PATHS members, and to provide research, program development, awareness, and education on interpersonal violence to all.

The PATHS office is located in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Telephone: 306.522.3515 Fax: 306.522.083

 

BridgePoint Center for Eating Disorders

BridgePoint Center for Eating Disorders, a provincial resource, provides program options that include intensive rehabilitation, recovery and healing for people who are experiencing eating disorders.

1-306-935-2240

The Saskatoon Sexual Assault and Information Centre

The Saskatoon Sexual Assault and Information Centre exists to contend with sexual violence and its effects upon individuals and the community                                                   

201 – 506 25th Street East, Saskatoon, SK Canada S7K 4A7

TEL: (306) 244-2294 | FAX: (306) 244-6099 | E-MAIL: ssaic@sasktel.net

 

Public Health Agency of Canada

Family violence affects us all. It has negative social, financial and health impacts on those directly involved,

as well as on their friends and family, colleagues, community and society at large.

 

Ministry of Justice

What is family violence?

Family violence is the abuse of one family member by another. Women, men and children can all be victims of family violence. Older family members can be abused by their adult children. Family violence may take many different forms and include physical abuse, mental and emotional abuse, sexual abuse, intimidation, financial abuse and threat.

The following women’s shelters are funded to provide emergency accommodation and support for women and their children.

 

STOPS to Violence

STOPS is a provincial network of individuals and organizations from a broad variety of sectors including government,community, public and private sectors
215-1102 8th Avenue Regina, Sask.

S4R 1C9Phone: 306.565.3199