Mobile Crisis Helpline

24 hours a day, 7 Days a Week


Mobile Crisis Helpline 24/7

Strategic Partners

The Ministry of Social Services provides funding to provide afterhours child protection and emergency financial assistance to the city of Regina and surrounding communities. Mobile Crisis Services staff are designated officiers under the Child and Family Services Act by the Deputy Minister of Social Services.  This funding is to ensure that children at imminent risk of harm are protected and that children requiring removal from parental homes are placed within kinship homes whenever possible.  This funding ensure parents or caregivers recieve support in their time of crisis and obtain the information that will assist them to address their emergent needs. That clients that are in financial need have their immediate needs met and are successfully connect to the appropriate community services.     

The City of Regina provides funding for integrated, comprehensive, social and health crisis emergency intervention service 24/7 for the city of Regina and surrounding communities. Assisting the Regina City Police with victims of domestic violence and other immediate social needs. Providing support to Fire and Protective Services.  Funding provides for the developement of partnerships with community agencies to address social issues like homelessness, new immigrants, housing and community safety.

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming provides funding for the 1-800 Saskatchewan Problem Gambling Helpline and Saskatchewan Problem Gambling website portal.  It is a Treasury Board Crown Corporation responsible for the distribution, control and regulation of alcoholic beverages and most gambling in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.  Ministry of Health provides program direction and support. 


The Ministry of Health provides funding to Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. for afterhour’s mental health response through direct telephone and outreach to the City of Regina and surrounding communities.  The funding provides for supportive counselling, crisis screening and support, suicide risk assessment, collaborating with on call psychiatrist and the Crisis Response Team.

SGI and the Ministry of Health provides funding to Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. for the Acquired Brain Injury Case Management Program. Services are provided for individuals and families experiencing intermittent, recurring or chronic crisis associated with acquired brain injury.
The Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project is an innovative partnership between Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health and is recognized around the world. The Partnership develops and implements services and supports for persons with acquired brain injuries and their families.


The Ministry of Argriculture provides funding to for confidential telephone counselling, support, information and referral services that respond to the needs of rural people, families and communities in Saskatchewan.  Funding provides for the 1-800 Farm Stress Line where service is by phone toll free,  24 hrs per day, seven days a week.  Clients recieve crisis counselling, information and referral that will assist them in addressing their emergent needs.  Clients are successfully connected to the appropriate community resources.  


The United Way Regina provides funding to Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. to ensure clients are connected to and able to access services and supports.  United Way Regina invests in high-impact programs that demonstrate a measurable difference in improving the lives of those served.