"Building healthier families and communities together."
The 24 hour Crisis Line is staffed by trained volunteers who can provide support, information and referrals, at no cost, to all residents of the Southwest.
Short-term (four to six weeks) safe, secure, comfortable shelter is available free of charge to women and their children who are leaving an abusive relationship. Twenty four hour staff provide support, referrals, and information. Moms may choose to have the Shelter Child Support Worker meet with their children during this time.
Affordable long-term housing (up to one year) is available for women and their children who are still at risk after their stay at the Shelter has ended.
The following programs and services are available to all residents of Southwest Saskatchewan. Unless indicated, these are offered free of charge.
Women's Outreach: Confidential one-on-one support for women.
Men's Outreach: Confidential one-on-one support for men.
Children's Outreach: One-on-one support for children whose parents are a client of the Southwest Crisis Services.
Violence Prevention Education: Lessons have been developed for school-based sessions on a variety of topics relating to healthy relationships.
Household Donations Program: Clothing and household goods in good condition are available to any Southwest Saskatchewan family in need.
Career Closet: Women of all ages can access the Career Closet for quality clothing to wear for job interviews, to work or to attend an educational program. This service is private and confidential.
24 Hour Crisis Line
For Residents of Southwest Saskatchewan