"Empower A Family, Build A Resilient Community"
CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES
Catholic Family Service Society is a non-profit community based organization. It is staffed by qualified personnel trained in social work, counselling and psychology to provide effective assistance to individuals and families in distress regardless of beliefs, social or economic circumstances. Catholic Family Services provides a variety of programs including:
- Family Counselling
- Group Programs (For children, teens, young parents, individuals, couples, and families)
- Families First Program
REGINA OPEN DOOR SOCIETY
The Regina Open Door Society (RODS) is a non-profit organization that provides settlement and integration services to refugees and immigrants in Regina. RODS is committed to meeting the needs of newcomers by offering programs and services that enable them to achieve their goals and participate fully in the larger community. The programs and services offered to newcomers and their families include:
- Child and Youth programs
- Employment Services
- Enhanced Language Training (ELT)
- Families in Transition Programs
- KidsFirst Programs
- Language Instruction For Newcomers (LINC)
- Interpretation and Translation Services
- Newcomer Welcome Centre
- Settlement Services and volunteer opportunities.
Please call or visit www.rods.sk.ca for complete details about programs.
FAMILY SERVICE REGINA
Family Service Regina is a not-for-profit, community based organization that provides a variety of services and programs for more than 6,000 families in Regina and the surrounding area. Services include:
- Family Education Programs
- Family Violence Services
- Teen Parent Program
- Services for Seniors
- and more
Counseling fees are calculated on a sliding scale, and some programs are subsidized with no direct cost to the client. To learn more, visit www.familyserviceregina.com.
NORTH CENTRAL FAMILY CENTRE
The North Central Family Centre (NCFC) is a registered non-profit, charitable organization that delivers a wide range of proven, successful structured programs and activities.
The NCFC offers Regina’s inner-city children, youth, families and seniors a safe place and the opportunity to participate in educational, sporting, recreational, social and cultural programs and activities.
To learn more, visit www.northcentralfamilycentre.ca.
Mental health and addiction services
MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC – COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND SUPPORT TEAM (COAST)
COAST is a multifunctional approach to stabilizing and supporting people identified with mental health and addiction issues in the community. COAST services include: support transitioning home from hospital or detox, follow support as requested by psychiatry, and crisis intervention. Services are short term and intensive to support individuals while connecting them to longer-term services or until stabilization.
Integrated Wellness & Health Balance Center – Pain Management and Addiction
If you are seeking pain management and relief from addiction, our health center offers a number of services that can be tailored to your individual case. We provide alternative medicine, functional medicine, and palliative care for serious illnesses as well. Integrated Wellness & Health Balance Center strives to incorporate prevention and health promotion in everything we do for our patients. With complete medical exams, we can identify early on any disease and further determine which health enhancement that will best suit you. If you would like to get started with an appointment, be sure to get in touch with us today.
Contact: 13067577107 or email@example.com
ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTRE (REGINA)
These programs are available for any person who is dependent on or affected by another’s use of alcohol or drugs. Individuals are assessed according to their needs and placed in the most appropriate combination of programs and services. This could include individual counselling or group sessions for the substance-affected client or family members. On completion of a treatment program, clients may continue with aftercare follow-up services.
Contact: 13067666600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CMHA – SASKATCHEWAN DIVISION – GAMBLING AWARENESS PROGRAM
The Gambling Awareness Program (GAP) offers fun and engaging presentations that address responsible and problem gambling. GAP resources are 100% free for everyone living in Saskatchewan. The Gambling Awareness Program (GAP) is proud to be a program of CMHA Saskatchewan Division since 1994.
Contact: 3065255601 or southernGAP@cmhask.com
HARM REDUCTION METHADONE CLINIC – METHADONE PROGRAM
To begin taking methadone, a person can walk into or call the clinic. Staff set up a time for the person to see a counsellor as soon as possible.
The counsellor completes an intake assessment. This includes a history of the client’s medical problems, drug use, treatment, social, and legal problems. This helps the counsellor decide if the person is a candidate for methadone treatment. The counsellor explains how methadone works and how the program runs. If the person qualifies as a candidate for methadone treatment and agrees to the conditions of the program, they sign a “Treatment Agreement”.
Before starting methadone treatment, it is important for a client to have a physical examination by a doctor. This includes blood work to test for diseases like HIV and Hepatitis C, and liver functions. This is to ensure their body is healthy enough to handle the methadone.
REGINA INPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES – YOUTH DETOX
Youth Detox provides a facility for youth 12 to 17 years of age who require detoxification and stabilization. Youth Detox is staffed by an interdisciplinary team of doctors, nurses and addictions counselors. We provide families and care providers with options for accessing services on behalf of youth who are unwilling or unable to engage in voluntary service for severe substance abuse or substance dependence. Youth Detox follows the Youth Drug Detox Stabilization Act; therefore, patient care is governed by this Act.
Saskatchewan Income Support (SIS):
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