We recognize that our members face unique and difficult challenges in their professional lives that are not easily left at work when the day is done. The resources below are a step in helping to support your mental health before and after help is needed.
This page will continue to be updated. Please note, the listing of these resources should not be considered an endorsement of their services or their quality by the College.
PSP Wellbeing Course – new!
Internet-delivered Cognitive Behaviour Therapy program specifically geared towards public safety personnel in Saskatchewan. This online course is designed to provide free education and guidance on simple but effective techniques for managing depression, anxiety and/or post-traumatic injuries for public safety personnel. The PSP Wellbeing Course helps people with thoughts, behaviours and physical symptoms of depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress. PSPNET »
Sask First Responders Mental Health
Designed to help employers, workers, friends, and family members support mental health in the workplace. This website provides access to resources to help with recovery and prevention of having an incident develop into post-traumatic stress or operational stress injuries. Saskfirstrespondersmentalhealth.ca »
Dial 811 to access a confidential, 24-hour health information and support telephone line, including mental health and addictions support. HealthLine’s registered Psychiatric Nurses and Social workers can offer advice to help you manage your situation, or give you information about resources in your community. HealthLine 811 website »
Mobile Crisis Helpline
Crisis Counsellors that are trained and can help you address your mental health issues 24 hours a day. In Regina, call 306-525-5333 or 306-757-0127. In Saskatoon 306-933-6200. If you are in rural Saskatchewan call toll free at 1-800-667-4442 [Farm Stress Line]. Mobile Crisis Helpline website »
Online service to connect to social, community, health and government services. Over 5000 services are listed and updated regularly, including crisis hotlines, and mental health and addiction services. 211 Saskatchewan emergency/crisis hotlines »
OSI-CAN provides many programs for people in need such as peer support groups, equine psychotherapy, and service dog acquisition.
These support systems are available in Regina, North Battleford, Moose Jaw, Weyburn, Estevan, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, with planned expansions to other communities. OSI-CAN website »
Employee Family Assistance Program
Benefit provided through your employer, EFAP programs are professional and confidential assessment, short-term counselling and referral services aimed to help employees and family members work through personal problems or concerns. 3s Health EFAP »
Information to help you understand anxiety, as well as resources and tools to help you manage your anxiety. Also includes the free MindShift™ app which helps youth and young adults manage anxiety, using step-by-step strategies. Anxiety BC website »
Information about trauma for survivors of trauma, the general public and mental health professionals. iTrauma website »
The Lifeline Canada Foundation
One stop portal, through which an extensive amount of support, guidance, intervention, information, education, resources, pattern interrupts, guides and tools are right at one’s fingertips. Includes The LifeLine Mobile App (The Free National Suicide Prevention and Awareness App) and Companion Paws. The Lifeline Canada Foundation website »
Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention
Provide information and resources to communities to reduce the suicide rate and minimize the harmful consequences of suicidal behaviour. Crisis centres serving Saskatchewan »