Saskatchewan

Summary of 2021 grants

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saskatoon & Area

BBBS matches screened volunteers with youth in need of positive mentorship. Funding will support the development of on-demand training modules focused on helping mentors support positive mental health in mentees. This content will be available to volunteers in Saskatoon, Humboldt, Prince Albert and the Battlefords, and will also be used in conversation circles as part of connecting members to each other for an additional circle of support.

Grant: $10,043

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The Black Canadians, Africans and Caribbean Professionals Association Incorporated

BCACPA supports members of the Black Diaspora, newcomers to Canada and community allies. Funding will provide certification in mental health first aid training, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) and SafeTalk which teaches participants to recognize and engage persons who might be having thoughts of suicide.

Grant: $10,000

Learn more about The Black Canadians, Africans and Caribbean Professionals Association Incorporated


Boys and Girls Clubs of Saskatoon

Through its Rosewater Connection project, BGCS provides children, youth and families with timely, no-cost access to professional mental health services. Program content includes group education and stigma reduction, as well as one-on-one and group/family counselling sessions.

Grant: $25,000

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Canadian Mental Health Association – Saskatoon Branch

CMHA Saskatoon launched its online Wellness Hub and e-classroom in the spring of 2021 in response to demand during the pandemic. The Mental Health Minutes project will establish a virtual library of 20 free Ted Talk-style videos, as well as shorter bites for the organization’s website and social media.

Grant: $25,000

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Cosmopolitan Industries

Cosmopolitan Industries is a non-profit social enterprise dedicated to improving the quality of life for adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. This project, undertaken by Cosmopolitan’s wellness committee, will implement activities, programs and strategies to increase employees’ awareness, understanding and resilience. In addition, two employees will receive training in the Working Mind program with the subsequent goal of training their peers.

Grant: $11,050

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Dube Centre for Mental Health

The Irene and Leslie Dube Centre for Mental Health is a 64-bed mental health facility located at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon. Updating the mobile library will connect patients with current titles to meet their cognitive and emotional needs, as well as wireless headphones and iPods to access a variety of therapeutic music, books and podcasts.

Grant: $5,000

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East Central First Nations Education Partnership

The Mino/Miyo Pimatisiwin project, which translates to “living the good life” in Cree, will empower students to become mental health leaders in the areas of self-awareness, stress management and relationship building. The East Central First Nations Education Partnership supports schools on Cumberland House Cree Nation and James Smith Cree Nation whose combined enrolment is nearly 600 students.

Grant: $25,000

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Family Service Saskatoon

Family Service Saskatoon strives to remove barriers to services for those who might not be able to access them as a result of poverty or discrimination. Through a series of therapeutic groups spanning six to eight weeks, Family Service will provide sessions on anxiety and depression, co-parenting, resiliency, social media and intergenerational trauma.

Grant: $17,957.11

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Heart Linked Community Services Co-operative

Heart Linked Community Services offers mental health and wellness support to Indigenous female youth in remote, northern Saskatchewan communities. Programming is delivered through a combination of virtual and in-person retreat experiences. This project will assist individuals from the communities of Green Lake, Jan’s Bay, Cole’s Bay and Pinehouse.

Grant: $25,000

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Hope Restored Canada

Hope Restored Canada addresses the profound and diverse recovery needs of sexually exploited and trafficked youth and women. Funding will provide ongoing mental health support in the areas of addiction, understanding triggers and relapses, and personal growth.

Grant: $25,000

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Ile a la Crosse Friendship Centre

Located in northern Saskatchewan, the Ile a la Crosse Friendship Centre provides a variety of support services for its 1,700 residents as well as surrounding communities. The goal of its Healing with Traditional Ways project is to bolster mental health supports and incorporate traditional/cultural healing through the involvement of social workers, Elders and knowledge keepers.

Grant: $25,000

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Inclusion Saskatchewan

Inclusion Saskatchewan’s Family Network program supports families who have a member with an intellectual disability. These families often face heightened stress and anxiety. Funding will help provide long-lasting resiliency training, peer support, community building and self-care strategies.

Grant: $25,000

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Lipton School

Lipton School is a Pre-K-to-12 school serving the communities of Lipton, Dysart and Standing Buffalo First Nation. Through its Balance and Change program, it seeks to connect the spectrum of spiritual, emotional, physical and mental health. Activities include art therapy, mindfulness sessions, yoga, cultural activities and tending to a wellness garden with support from a Metis Elder.

Grant: $23,260

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Meadowgreen House for All Nations Drop-in Centre

The Meadowgreen House for All Nations Drop-in Centre provides a safe space for vulnerable members of Saskatoon’s westside communities. Funding will provide monthly workshops facilitated by mental health professionals, ensure mental health training for staff and enhance staffing to better meet guests’ needs.

Grant: $24,074.52

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Oxford House Saskatchewan

Oxford House provides safe, supportive, substance-free housing for individuals recovering from addictions. This funding will support the goal of six Oxford Houses in Saskatoon. Each dwelling houses up to five residents at any time and the average stay is six months. Residents must work or attend school and commit to the Nine Traditions focusing on recovery, responsibility and democracy.

Grant: $25,000

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Possibilities Recovery Center Inc.

Possibilities Recovery Centre provides addiction treatment while addressing trauma, anxiety, depression, ADHD, bi-polar disorder and other aspects of mental health. Funding will support a 16-week intensive outpatient program specifically targeting youth aged 15-20.

Grant: $25,000

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SaskAbilities Saskatoon

SaskAbilities provides programs and services to individuals experiencing disability in Saskatchewan. This project will deliver resiliency training for 50 individuals experiencing barriers to employment, including mental health concerns. The goal of resiliency training is to improve individuals’ resilience, enhance quality of life, and decrease stress and anxiety by teaching them to view life’s inevitable challenges as opportunities.

Grant: $10,000

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SaskAbilities Swift Current

As part of SaskAbilities’ mission to support individuals experiencing disability, the Swift Current chapter has developed a program to support job seekers aged 18-30 who are struggling with mental health. The Take Charge program will empower 100 individuals with the skills and coping mechanisms to secure employment.

Grant: $23,500

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Saskatoon Industry Education Council

Saskatoon Industry Education Council is a bridge between career opportunities and youth. SIEC’s partners include 155 schools with total enrolment of 57,000 students. The Mind Over Matters project will connect Saskatchewan students, educators and communities through K-12 mental health resources and activities.

Grant: $25,000

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Saskatoon Public Schools Foundation

Saskatoon Public Schools Foundation and Mount Royal Collegiate have partnered to establish a Youth Dignity Fund. This project supports students who experience poverty and homelessness by providing them with basic toiletries, warm clothing, sneakers to participate in physical activities and transportation. In addition, student nurses from the University of Regina provide mental health education and support.

Grant: $5,000

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Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation Inc.

Truly Alive’s Resilient Youth Café targets at-risk Saskatoon youth. The project cultivates healthy lifestyle habits in the areas of fitness, nutrition and psychosocial well-being. This preventative strategy aims to nurture positive mental health, limiting the need for curative and clinical intervention later.

Grant: $25,000

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YWCA Saskatoon

YWCA Saskatoon offers short-term emergency shelter for women and children. This funding supports the creation of crisis response protocols to assist front-line staff who encounter trauma, stress, burnout and other mental health concerns. Outcomes will include an organizational wellness strategy, staff training in workplace wellness and resiliency, and clear trauma response protocols.

Grant: $24,050

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Summary of 2020 grants

ALS Society of Saskatchewan Inc.

Each year in Saskatchewan, between 150 to 200 people are diagnosed with ALS. Unfortunately, this progressive disease has no cure and patients face a premature end to life. Funding helps ensure that these people and their families have access to professional support to navigate the emotional and mental challenges of their diagnosis.

Grant: $25,000

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Battlefords Concern for Youth Inc.: Youth Connection

Concern for Youth is a non-profit, charitable organization that provides outreach and mentorship to youth in the Battlefords. The Youth Connection project creates opportunities for youth to develop positive relationships with peers and adults, while also acquiring knowledge and skills to successfully transition into adulthood.

Grant: $10,000

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saskatoon & Area: Mental Health Training

Big Brothers Big Sisters’ mission is “to enable life-changing mentoring relationships to ignite the power and potential of young people.” Many youth participants face four or more adversities in their daily lives, including mental health challenges. This project trains mentors in early-intervention and prevention practices.

Grant: $23,270

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BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders: Recovery Programming for Youth and Caregivers

In addition to providing on-site residential programming for youth experiencing eating disorders, BridgePoint provides educational campaigns for clubs, schools and post-secondary institutions. To overcome COVID-19 restrictions, BridgePoint is developing online resources and virtual support to provide timely, inclusive and low-barrier programming for youth and their caregivers.

Grant: $20,000

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Canada Recess Guardians Inc.: Active8 Your School

Active8 is a seasonal box program that includes equipment, games and challenges to keep students active and engaged while maintaining social-distancing guidelines. This project benefits 26 schools in the Meadow Lake Tribal Council.

Grant: $24,960

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Crocus Co-operative: Transitional Employment

Crocus Co-operative provided a safe drop-in environment for people recovering from mental illness and promotes growth of its members through vocational, educational, recreational and social programs. The Transitional Employment program supports Crocus members living with mental illness and allows them to earn income in a supported environment.

Grant: $13,484.15

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Elmwood Residences Inc.: Transforming Employee Mental Health

Based in Saskatoon, Elmwood Residences is a residential support service for adults with intellectual disabilities. Funding will help implement the Not Myself Today program which is specifically designed to support employee mental health. Elmwood employs 200 staff at multiple locations including 11 community homes.

Grant: $3,950

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Inclusion Saskatchewan: Family Network

Inclusion Saskatchewan supports families who have a member with an intellectual disability. The Family Network program provides these families with peer connections and workshops to promote positive mental health. Strategies focus on countering isolation and dealing with stress and anxiety.

Grant: $25,000

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Kineepik Metis Local: Reclaiming Our Families

Based in Pinehouse, this return-to-nature program empowers families to connect, problem solve and cope with addictions. In addition to using traditional practices such as sharing circles with elders, the program invites participation from community agencies to foster family healing and recovery.

Grant: $8,270.44

Learn more about the Village of Pinehouse


Lloydminster Interval Home Society: Lloydminster Community Youth Centre Mental Health Support Program

The Lloydminster Community Youth Centre provides youth with drop-in recreational and social experiences along with emotional and mental health support, mentorship and leadership opportunities. The program also provides virtual circle talks, curbside wellness checks and care packages.

Grant: $25,000

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Quint Development Corporation: Build Up Saskatoon

Build Up Saskatoon is a non-profit social enterprise that provides entry-level construction employment to marginalized job seekers. Many employees face challenges such as social anxiety and PTSD stemming from the legacy of residential schools, poverty, violence and discrimination. A cultural support worker connects them to supports for these issues.

Grant: $25,000

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SaskAbilities Swift Current: Wellness and Therapeutic Mental Health Support for Young Adults

This project fills a gap in services not readily available to 18- to 30-year-old individuals living with mental illness in southwestern Saskatchewan. By providing therapeutic sessions with a psychologist as well as activities such as yoga and art therapy, the goal is to enhance self-esteem, coping skills and overall health.

Grant: $15,810

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SaskAbilities Saskatoon: Art Therapy and Resiliency Training for Individuals Experiencing Disability

SaskAbilities delivers recreational, rehabilitation and vocational programs to people with disabilities. This project focuses on resiliency training and art therapy. Resiliency training enhances quality of life by decreasing stress and anxiety. Art therapy provides individuals with diverse needs an alternative way to process and express complicated emotions.

Grant: $10,000

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Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming: Exploring the Role of Art Therapy and Youth Engagement as a Mental Health Strategy

SCYAP addresses the social, educational and economic needs of young people facing barriers. The program uses participants’ artistic interests to engage them in personal development activities that ultimately lead to healthier and happier lives. This project extends SCYAP’s outreach, potentially reaching 500 youth through online art therapy workshops that explore mental health themes.

Grant: $25,000

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Saskatoon Friendship Inn: Supporting Mental Health Services

The Friendship Inn serves up to 1,000 meals per day to vulnerable and marginalized citizens in Saskatoon. This project will enable visitors to access an experienced and knowledgeable social worker who can connect them to mental health programming and services.

Grant: $25,000

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Saskatoon Tribal Council: Mental Health Bus

The Saskatoon Tribal Council is made up of seven communities whose members face barriers to health services. A new mobile bus service will offer a range of services, including mental health support, so that people don’t have to leave their communities for care.

Grant: $25,000

Learn more about Saskatoon Tribal Council Health & Family Services


Sasknative Rentals Inc.: Building Culturally Appropriate Mental Health Care for Indigenous Peoples

Sasknative Rentals is a non-profit corporation that provides safe and affordable housing via approximately 400 properties in Saskatoon. With this initiative, frontline staff will receive access to mental health first aid and suicide prevention courses. Other goals include connecting tenants with elders and culturally appropriate support.

Grant: $18,006

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Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan: Saskatoon Office Renewal Project

The Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan provides information, support and programming to individuals and families affected by schizophrenia. This project builds on the efforts to re-establish a Saskatoon office last year.

Grant: $18,282.96

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Suicide Grief Support Saskatoon Inc.: Suicide Grief Support

Suicide Grief Support Saskatoon provides support to individuals who have lost a loved one to suicide. Through this project, facilitators will receive training in mental health first aid and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST). Funding will also support renewal of library resources and acquisition of A/V equipment for therapy groups.

Grant: $3,500

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The Lighthouse Supported Living: Building Resiliency Within Essential Workers During a Pandemic

The Lighthouse provides emergency shelter, supported living, affordable housing and a range of support services. As essential workers in a pandemic, Lighthouse staff have faced increased stress, fatigue and anxiety. This project provides mental health supports for staff so that they can build resiliency and continue to support clients.

Grant: $16,650

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Town of Aberdeen: Mental Health Presentations for Youth

Aberdeen Composite School’s student population is approximately 350. This project will deliver a series of 12 mental health presentations from various organizations including Life is Worth Living, OUT Saskatoon, Canadian Mental Health Association, Strengthen Families Saskatoon and many more.

Grant: $3,600

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YWCA Saskatoon: ASIST and Mental Health First Aid Training

YWCA Saskatoon provides both preventative and emergent services to women, girls and their families. Through this project, 47 staff members will receive training in mental health first aid. Shelter staff will also receive Applied Suicide Intervention Skill Training (ASIST).

Grant: $19,000

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Summary of 2019 grants

Break the Barrier: Project Voice

Break the Barrier is a group of community partners and volunteers whose objective is to eliminate stigma and discrimination experienced every day by people living with mental illness and substance-use disorders. Project Voice participants benefit from sharing their wisdom, experience, hope and recovery stories with the public, who will, in turn, benefit by challenging their own preconceived ideas and understandings.

Grant: $15,000

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Calder Centre: Yoga Enhancement Project

Calder Centre’s project aims to help clients improve their mental health though the addition of yoga and mindfulness classes with a skilled instructor who specializes in trauma-informed yoga.

Grant: $25,000

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Canadian Mental Health Association Saskatoon Branch: RISE – Resilience, Information, Support and Empathy

RISE reduces stigma while providing critical mental health information and training for Grade 10 and 12 students at Bedford Road and Mount Royal collegiates. The program also delivers wellness workshops to E.D. Feehan, Aden Bowman and Bishop James Mahoney high schools.

Grant: $25,000

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Central Urban Métis Federation Incorporated: Sohkeyihtam – We are steadfast. Our determination is strong. We are strong minded.

The Central Urban Métis Federation Inc. is a community-based organization enlisted by the Ministry of Social Services to be a safe haven for children who have suffered trauma. This project will provide immediate mental health support for children in CUMFI’s programs.

Grant: $25,000

Learn more about the Central Urban Métis Federation


Child of the Cross Running Clinics: New Balance Race Series

Child of the Cross brings a message of hope and restoration to communities by sharing the benefits of living a healthy and active lifestyle. This project brings running clinics and a race series to four communities: Ochapowace Nation, North Battleford, Cumberland House and Rockglen.

Grant: $16,000

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Family Service Saskatoon: Mental Health and Well-being Groups

Family Service Saskatoon serves individuals, families and the community to nurture safe, healthy and respectful relationships. This project provides therapeutic groups for those who face barriers accessing mental health services. The groups focus on: 1) anxiety and depression, 2) building resilience, 3) social media and mental health, and 4) anger management.

Grant: $25,000

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Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan: Prince Albert Mental Health Project

Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan provides academic upgrading programs for people with challenges such as learning disabilities, ADHD, anxiety, depression and socio-economic barriers. This Prince Albert-based project supports students whose goal is to attain an adult education certificate.

Grant: $15,000

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Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc.: Aftercare program – Prince Albert

Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc. is a provincial organization that supports individuals in their quest to reduce substance dependence. The Prince Albert centre has 16 beds for inpatient care and provides additional services that focus on MACSI's three pillars: prevention/harm reduction; intervention and aftercare.

Grant: $20,000

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Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc.: Aftercare program – Saskatoon

Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc. is a provincial organization that supports individuals in their quest to reduce substance dependence. The Saskatoon centre has 15 beds for inpatient care and provides additional services that focus on MACSI's three pillars: prevention/harm reduction; intervention and aftercare.

Grant: $9,985

Learn more about the Aftercare Program - Saskatoon


North Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre: Mental Health First Aid for Non-Profit Workers

The North Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre promotes the independence of people with disabilities. This project trains non-profit workers in Mental Health First Aid, preparing them to confidently navigate situations involving mental health. Training locations include Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw, North Battleford, La Ronge, Prince Albert, Estevan and Yorkton.

Grant: $25,000

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Northern Village of Beauval Minor Sports and Recreation: Addressing Mental Health Using Traditional Lifestyle Activities

Beauval’s project provides free cultural, sport and recreational programming. In addition to mental health awareness activities, this program encourages health lifestyles by organizing sporting activities and traditional Indigenous activities such as log sawing and hauling, bannock making, storytelling and medicine walks.

Grant: $15,000

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Persons Living with AIDS Network of Saskatchewan. Inc.: Niiya Wikiwaahk (Our Lives) Project 2020

The Persons Living with AIDS Network of Saskatchewan provides programs and services for those infected or affected by HIV. This project brings together HIV-positive clients and peers to work with a personal development coach towards physical, mental, emotional and spiritual/cultural wellness.

Grant: $24,824

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Saskatchewan Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured: Acquired Brain Injury Family and Caregiver Support 2020

The Saskatchewan Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured provides support for survivors of acquired brain injuries, along with their families and caregivers. This project focuses on the family support program with goals of: developing resiliency; and addressing issues of disenfranchised grief and ambiguous loss. Sessions are facilitated by a clinical psychologist and an art therapist.

Grant: $25,000

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Saskatchewan Health Authority - Early Psychosis Intervention Program: Recreational Activity Group

The Early Psychosis Intervention Program supports clients between the ages of 18-35 who are experiencing their first episodes of psychosis. The recreational activity group allows participants to engage in healthy, meaningful activities in the community to improve mental wellness and reduce stigma.

Grant: $680

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Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service Inc.: Trauma-Informed Service – Staff Education and Support

Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service provides 24-hour support, caring and connection for people in crisis. By providing education in trauma-informed care to mobile crisis workers, intensive case management workers, administrative staff, management and its board of directors, SCIS aims to provide more effective responses to those they serve.

Grant: $24,500

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Saskatoon Housing Coalition, Inc.: Stability Through Household Support Services

Saskatoon Housing Coalition Inc. provides supportive residential services for people with a chronic mental illness. These residents also struggle with challenges such as community acceptance, addictions and poverty. This project’s focus is to assist clients facing mental health and substance-use issues by addressing both issues at the same time.

Grant: $25,000

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Saskatoon Open Door Society: Art Therapy for Immigrant and Refugee Youth

The Saskatoon Open Door Society helps newcomers settle into their new lives in Canada. Many refugee children need trauma-informed and culturally appropriate mental health services. The art therapy program uses non-verbal tools such as drawing, painting, storytelling and crafts to help them express their emotions and explore their traumatic experiences.

Grant: $22,000

Learn more about the Saskatoon Open Door Society


Saskatoon Trades and Skills Centre: Mental Health Awareness

Saskatoon Trades and Skills Centre works with marginalized youth and adults. This project provides Mental Health First Aid facilitator training to a staff member so that they can conduct workshops on the same to students in the Early Childhood Education certificate program.

Grant: $4,440

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Sasknative Rentals Inc.: Indigenous Mental Wellness and Healing – Balancing Mind, Spirit, Emotion and Body

Sasknative Rentals Inc. provides safe, affordable and adequate housing for Métis people in Saskatoon. Many clients suffer from addictions and most live with diagnosed mental illnesses. Residents live independently in their own apartments but are able to access on-site cultural peer support, case managers and clinicians when needed.

Grant: $14,488

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Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan: Saskatoon Office Renewal Program

The Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan provides information, support and programming. Re-establishing a Saskatoon office helps provide ongoing support to local families and individuals who are living with a mental health diagnosis.

Grant: $18,283

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University of Saskatchewan: USask Mental Health First Aid and Livingworks safeTALK

The University of Saskatchewan’s goal is to train 1,100 students in Mental Health First Aid and/or Livingworks safeTALK. Providing this education creates a safety network around individuals struggling with mental health issues. Those trained in Mental Health First Aid will be equipped to identify and intervene and provide care.

Grant: $24,800

Learn more about USask Mental Health First Aid and Livingworks safeTALK