Residential School Survivors Support
Indian Residential School Survivors Society.
The Indian Residential Schools Crisis Line is available 24-hours a day for anyone experiencing pain or distress as a result of their residential school experience.
Indigenous Peoples Support
On-Campus Student Support
Student Affairs and Outreach
Provides virtual same day counselling sessions, mental health intake appointments, and outreach services for students needing help navigating difficult situations.
If you are in crisis or distress, or if you just need to talk with someone:
or email Student.email@example.com.
Student Wellness Centre
A primary health team of physicians, nurses and counsellors, including an Indigenous counsellor. Students who are current patients or clients of the Student Wellness Centre can access service in-person or remotely during business hours.
Some same day appointments are available.
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty and Staff Support
Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
The University of Saskatchewan cares about its employees and their family members and provides an Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) as a resource to help you deal with personal and work-life concerns.
USask has partnered with Canadian-based Lifeworks, the world’s largest EFAP provider, to offer wide range of supports to you and your family if you find yourself struggling with your thoughts, feelings, and emotions or are in crisis. Lifeworks has a number of Indigenous counsellors in their network to assist you.
You will have the support you need to improve your health and well-being – whether you have questions about mental health, relationships, family problems, stress, financial matters, or physical health issues. This program provides you with free and confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for the following life challenges:
- confidential counselling
- family support services
- crisis support
- legal support services
- nutritional services
- financial support services
- health coaching
Kids Help Phone
You can reach a professional counsellor at Kids Help Phone in English or French 24/7
Saskatoon Mobile Crisis Service
Open to all individuals who may call help for themselves or for their loved ones.
Call the 24-hour crisis line at:
Hope for Wellness
Offers 24/7 immediate help to all Indigenous people across Canada.
or chat online at hopeforwellness.ca
Provides mental health and substance use support. Get the right support at wellnesstogether.ca
Crisis Services Canada
Offers 24//7 support if you are thinking about suicide or are worried about a friend or loved one.
Prince Albert Mobile Crisis services
Are available to all individuals in Prince Albert and area. The crisis line is available from 4:00pm-8:00, Monday-Friday, and 24 hours/day on the weekends.