Support Resources

There is a wide variety of free supports available to you, no matter what situation you may find yourself in. Please reach out and find the help you need for anything big or small.

Below, we've gathered helpful resources for mental health and social supports to meet you where you're at. You can also visit your local library to ask for additional supports. We're here to help!

 

Wellness Together Canada - Amazing website which allows people of all ages and backgrounds to access immediate, free and confidential resources for mental health and substance use.

 

Mental Health and Addictions Services - Browse the Government of Saskatchewan's list of supports, including mental health supports, drug and alcohol support, suicide prevention, gambling support, and more.

 

How to Support Children (and Yourself) During the COVID-19 Outbreak - Tips and research from Harvard on how to support your children and cope well with the changes associated with the pandemic.

 

Free Nutrition Advice from Qualified Professionals - Eat Well Saskatchewan now offers free nutritional advice! Call 1-833-966-5541 or email eatwell@usask.ca Monday to Thursday, 10 am - 4 pm.

 

Financial Supports from the Government of Saskatchewan - Browse this list of supports, including financial assistance programs, bus pass discounts, family health benefits, help for seniors and those with disabilities, employment supplement, and more.

 

Newcomer Supports - Are you new to Saskatchewan? Search for Saskatchewan's immigration and settlement programs and services by location using this interactive map of Saskatchewan, or visit the Moose Jaw Newcomer Welcome Centre.

 

Disability Support - Learn about services available to you to help with issues related to housing, income assistance, and other options available for people living with disabilities.

 

Seniors Services - Find information about the services and programs available to seniors including how to apply for financial assistance if you live in a personal care home or supplement your income with the Seniors Income Plan.

 

Victims of Crime and Abuse - Information and programs for those who are victims of crime or abuse.

 

Youth Services - Learn more about services available to youth 16 and 17 years old who are unable to live with their family.

 

First Nations, Metis, and Northern Citizens - Learn more about your rights and status, as well as supports and programs for education, employment, victims services, tax programs, and more.

 

Full List of Saskatchewan's Resident and Visitor Services - Browse all services related to education, health and safety, financial help, housing and renting, individual and family, law and justice, taxes, and more.

 

Can't find what you're looking for? Contact your local library and we'll do our best to match you with the services you need!