The Salvation Army provides Homeless and Residential Shelter Programming. An emergency 52 bed shelter allows us to assist men who seek employment or other assistance while temporarily without a home. The Salvation Army has a further 52 rooms in there Men’s residence that provides independent living with some emotional, physical and spiritual support.
There15 bed Supportive Residential Program provides a 24-hour residential program for men who have a psychiatric illness and/or behavioural problems. Waterston House is a supportive independent living facility of 40 suite apartments.
Over its 45-year history, the Ranch Ehrlo Society has developed unique and innovative programs to assist children, youth, families and communities.
The mission of the Ranch Ehrlo Society is to provide a continuum of quality preventative, restorative, and advocacy services, promoting the well-being of individuals, families, and communities through the elimination of abuse, neglect, addictions, and violence, in Saskatchewan and beyond.
The Regina Police Service (RPS) is dedicated to building a safe and caring community in cooperation with the citizens of Regina.
Regina Police Services provides services through three divisions of service. The Criminal Investigation Division which includes Family Service, Saskatchewan Ice Unit, Street Crimes, Major Crimes, Commercial Crimes and Regina Integrated Drug Unit. The Community Services Division which includes Patrol, Traffic Safety, School Resource, Detention, Victims Services, Communication Centre and Crime prevention Strategists. And the Emergency Services Division includes SWAT, K9, Crisis Negotiators, Underwater Recovery and Explosive Disposal.
Foxvalley Counseling Services Inc. (FCSI) provides a variety of counseling, training and consultation services to community members, programs, organizations, and companies. They provide flexible appointment times and a quick response to referral requests. FCSI provides quality services based on current best practice standards. There services work within our vision of assisting children, adults and families in achieving their full potential and our mission is to promote healthy communities for children, families, and adults.
The YWCA Regina has been serving women and their families since 1910. They touch people from all walks of life, preschoolers to seniors. There mission is to support and empower women, children and youth so that they can reach their full potential. There services include:
- Low-cost supported housing
- Shelter for women and children escaping violence
- Shelter for homeless women and their children
- Emergency receiving shelters for children removed from their homes
- Child care centres
- Interventions for children exposed to violence
- Mentoring programs for children and teens
- Volunteer and social opportunities for seniors
- Summer urban camping program
- Annual awards program for women
- Support networks for single mothers
- Conference and in-school programs to empower teen girls
- Thrift store
- Fitness and recreational facilities and programs
The Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism (SSM) is a non-profit, volunteer organization. It acts as an umbrella to bring together Saskatchewan seniors’ organizations to contribute to a better quality of life for our province’s older adults.
The Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism does this through:
- research and action on issues affecting seniors
- being a unified voice advocating for seniors
- giving direction and support to member organizations
- partnering with member organizations and others
- creating awareness and coordination of resources and services for seniors
Souls Harbour RESCUE Mission rescues people from poverty and addiction, by offering the Gospel message through emergency help, such as food, clothing and shelter, and Life Changing Recovery Programs.
The Canadian Red Cross in Saskatchewan offers an extensive network of programs and services that actively reach out and serve local communities throughout the province.
If you have been affected by a house fire or other small-scale disaster Red Cross may be able to help with food, clothing, shelter and other essential items.
Mobile Crisis Services and the Canadian Red Cross partner with Fire and Protective Services to respond to victims that are impacted by house or apartment fires in the City of Regina.
Carmichael Outreach is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization providing Regina's core surrounding area with everything from clothing, food and household goods to harm reduction services, health education and counselling referrals. Programs include Needle Exchange Program, Food Recovery Program, Condom Distribution, Child Care Needs [formula / diapers], On site Nurse, Immunization Program and Coffee room.
There mandate is multi-faceted. They prevent and investigate crime involving federal, provincial and municipal statutes; maintain order; enforce laws on matters as diverse as health and the protection of government revenues; contribute to national security; ensure the safety of state officials, visiting dignitaries and foreign missions; and provide vital operational support services to other police and law enforcement agencies.
Regina Transition House is a safe shelter for women. They assist women who are living in an abusive relationship, have experienced a violent incident or have been threatened with violence.
They can offer you a safe place to live with your children while you make plans for your future. There staff are available 24 hours per day to assist you with information, support and options.
Street Culture Kidz Project is a non-profit, charitable organization in Regina, Saskatchewan that mentors and supports under-serviced youth. Using social entrepreneurialism and positive adult role models, we connect with youth to help them work through changing their lives.
The Crisis Response Team is a special unit designed to respond to mental health crises within the Regina community. Like all Adult Mental Health Clinic programs, calls must go through Intake, whether during office hours or after hours. Mobile Crisis Services responds to after hour’s calls in partnership with the Crisis Response Team.
Whether it’s providing counselling services to a family struggling through change, supporting a young mother managing adult responsibilities, or helping victims of domestic violence finding their voice in the criminal justice system, there ambition remains the same. They offer support, hope and opportunities to help people realize their possibilities and find their strength. .
Family Service Regina provides counselling, family violence services and groups, anger management, services for seniors, family education, marriage preparation, employee assistance counselling and teen and young parent programs.
Catholic Family Services of Regina is a non-profit community based organization registered as a charity and governed by a volunteer board of directors. 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 counselling, family support, Family first programming, young parent programming, marriage preparation, educational groups, youth mentorship and adolescent parent support groups.
Regina Immigrant Women Centre provides programming for the Education, Integration, Enrichment and Empowerment of immigrant and refugee women and their families.
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.
Provides a safe, controlled environment for individuals who are under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs or are in a state of acute withdrawal. Individuals will stay at the 20 bed Brief or “Intox” Unit or at the 25 bed Social or “Detox” detoxification facility.
The Aboriginal Family Service Centre [AFSC] is dedicated to providing services that support and empower families, children and youth to attain a healthy lifestyle in the many aspects of their life including; the home, at work / job, education / training, spiritual and recreational. The AFSC believes the importance of individual and family well-being is a foundation for both strong families and communities and economic growth.
Wichihik Iskwewak Safe House (WISH) is situated in Regina, Saskatchewan and is a twenty-four hour safe house for women and children fleeing from domestic violence. The safe house provides temporary shelter, individual and group support, counseling/therapy (to include either traditional or western) advocacy and referral, children’s programming and outreach services.
The Circle Project provides support and programs based on the Aboriginal vision of wholeness, balance and healing. By promoting positive human development, they encourage people to help themselves through education, cultural awareness, family and community.
Programming provided by Circle Project includes drug and alcohol, traditional parenting, literacy, family violence and children, toddler and infant centre.
The Regina Food Bank serves those most vulnerable in our community by providing programs and service directly and through partnerships in the areas of food provision, essential skills development and connections to the community supports and opportunities.
John Howard provides youth, victims, offenders, families and communities with programs, public education and advocacy about the causes and consequences of crime.
SWAP provides a safe environment for people involved in prostitution and their families; services include advocacy, court support, counselling, crisis intervention referrals, youth recreation programming, cultural and life skills programming; youth outreach street outreach, harm reduction and crisis intervention on the street through the provision of condoms, bad date sheets, counselling and referrals.
The YMCA of Regina is dedicated to the growth of all persons in spirit, mind and body and in a sense of responsibility to each other and the global community. They are the premier values-based builder of health, leadership and personal development in the City
Sophia house provides second stage safe housing for women and children who are survivors of abuse. Sophia House provide a supportive and nurturing environment where women and children can begin to heal from the effects of violence. They have on site programing designed to develop sustainable personal growth and long term positive change for clients.
CMHA branches across Canada provide a wide range of innovative services and supports to people who are experiencing mental illness and their families. These services are tailored to the needs and resources of the communities where they are based. One of the core goals of these services is to help people with mental illness develop the personal tools to lead meaningful and productive lives.
Regina Work Preparation Centre’s mandate is to provide services and opportunities for individuals to overcome their personal employment barriers in order that they may reach their employment potential.
Aids Programs South Saskatchewan (APSS) delivers HIV-related programs including Educational Services for the public, school curriculum at all levels including University level, outreach for community organizations and businesses, a needle exchange program, an HIV-positive client care program and drop-in centre.