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Essential Service Hub

Help with homeless prevention, income assistance, housing, referrals and other services

  • White Buffalo Youth Lodge, 602 20th Street West, M on-Fri, 10am-3pm

Health

  • STC Health Centre: Modified Services, no drop-ins, limited nursing contact. Mon-Fri 9-5, Weekends 12-5pm, 1514 20th Street West, 306-956-0345
  • Westside Community Clinic: Access to clinic by appointment only & urgent cases, 1528 20th Street West, 306-644-4310

Offering meals

  • The Bridge on 20th, Breakfast & Lunch, Mon-Thurs 8am-2pm, Sat 12pm-3pm,  1008 20th Street West tel: 306.382.2855
  • Egadz 485 1st Avenue North, 306.931.6644; Supper meals for drop-in or to-go, Monday to Friday 5:00-6:00 p.m.
  • The Friendship Inn, Daily service 8-9am Breakfast, 11:45-1:15 Lunch,  619 20th Street West tel: 306.242.5122
  • The Lighthouse, Community Kitchen Mon & Fri, 5:30-6:30 (bagged meals handed out at the door), 3024 2nd Avenue South tel: 306.653.0538
  • PLWA Network, 127C Avenue D North; 306.373.7766; To go lunches for HIV+ community members, Tues/Thurs 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • The Salvation Army, Food on the Move, serving bagged lunches across Saskatoon. More>
  • Saskatoon Indian & Metis Friendship Center, 168 Wall Street, 306 244 0174, supper will be served via bagged lunch Monday-Friday 4pm-6pm.
  • Saskatoon Native Circle Ministries, 450 20th Street West, 306.221.5655. Free bagged lunch Monday-Friday 2.45pm-3.45pm.
  • White Buffalo Youth Lodge providing lunch and supper delivery for children, youth, families and elders: Call: 306 653 7676

OTHER FOOD SERVICES

  • Saskatoon Food Bank, Modified Services, Food hamper pickup Mon-Thurs 8:30-11:45am, 12:30-3:00pm, Friday 8:30-11:45am,  202 Avenue C South tel: 306.664.6565

Shelter Services

  • Crisis Nursery (temporary 24/7 support for children ages 0-12): 1020 Victoria Ave: (306) 242-2433
  • Salvation Army, 339 Avenue C South, Shelter Hub: 306-244-6280
  • The Lighthouse, 24 hours, 304 2nd Ave South: 306-653-0538
  • White Buffalo Shelter Hub: 602 20th Street West
  • YWCA (for women and children): 510 25th Street East: 306.244.2844

Mental Health Support through Isolation

  • Healthline 811
  • A digital library of mental health support tools: View>

 

  • Family Service Saskatoon phone counselling 306-244-0127
  • First Nations Helpline 1-855-242-3310
  • Horizon Psychological & Counselling Services: online counselling services. View>
  • Incarna Consulting is offering family mediation, parenting coordination, and arbitration services for a flat rate, at cost for families struggling to maintain or adapt their parenting and support agreements as a result of COVID measures: View>
  • Morningstar Counselling Services, mental health counselling by phone: 639-909-7077
  • Mobile Crisis 306-933-6200
  • Penny Murphy & Associates phone/video counselling: View>
  • OUT Saskatoon, calls only: 306-655-1224
  • Saskatoon Sexual Assault Center 306-244-2224
  • SHA’s Mental Health and Addictions Services intake line:306-655-7777
  • Trans Lifeline 1-877-330-6366

Laundry

  • Scottie’s Coin Laundry, 1609 29th Street West; Monday to Friday 8am-8pm; Sat/Sun 8am-7pm $4.50/load Washer; $0.25 for 20 mins dryer
  • Mayfair Homestyle Laundry, 511 33rd Street West; Monday to Friday 9:30am–7pm; $3 washer; Free Drying
  • Off Broadway Laundromat & Dry cleaning, 835 B Broadway Avenue; Monday to Friday 7am-7pm; Sat/Sun; $4.50 Washer; $0.25/20mins Dryer
  • Meadow Laundromat, 501 Avenue W South Closed

Health Bus Locations: **Does not provide COVID-19 testing

Open 7 days per week from 12:00 noon-7:45pm (last patient taken at 7:15 pm)

Contact: (306) 380-1000 Please call-in for assessment

  • Monday City Centre Church (720 20th Street West)
  • Tuesday Mayfair United Church (902 33rd Street West)
  • Wednesday Shell Service Station (22nd Street/Avenue P)
  • Thursday Shell Service Station (22nd Street/Avenue P)
  • Friday City Centre Church (720, 20th Street West)
  • Saturday Appleby Drive
  • Sunday Affinity Credit Union (20th Street/Avenue P)

  • Temporary Income Support for Workers and Parents application on CRA website or My Service Canada from April 1st: View>
  • A new Indigenous Community Support Fund: The government will provide $305 million for a new distinctions-based Indigenous Community Support Fund to address immediate needs in First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Nation communities. View>

Groups offering support

  • Ahmadiya Saskatoon, volunteers dropping off groceries, medication & other errands, available 24 hours/day, call 1-855-435-7811 or visit their facebook page: View>
  • Caswell Hill Group, offers of help to neighbours: View>
  • Caremongering-Saskatoon: View>
  • COVID Care YXE: View>
  • Food Not Bombs Saskatoon: View>
  • In-home care keeps seniors safe at home. Call Home Instead 306-931-4663 View> Resources For Families: View> View>
  • International Women of Saskatoon: language and employment training, multilingual COVID-19 resources. View>
  • Islamic Association, offer of support to the elderly: View>
  • Pash Fam Resource Directory: View>
  • Renters of Saskatoon and Area, renter community support resources: View>
  • Self-Isolation Support Program. Provincial program for workers in self-isolation. View>
  • Sikh Temple Saskatoon offers support, food, and runs donation drives for orgs.: View>
  • Stonebridge Parents Group, offers to the Stonebridge community of childcare: View>
  • YXE Community Response COVID 19: View>
  • YXE Community Response for Kids: View>

Organizations offering support

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  • AIDS Saskatoon, 1143 Avenue F North,
    • Restricting total clients in Drop-In Center to 10 at a time
    • All Clients are required to answer screening questions and wash hands before entering
    • Coffee available
    • Outreach is limited
    • Free Light Lunch at 12 noon (Monday-Friday)

     

  • Calder Centre (a Saskatchewan Health Authority run in-patient treatment and detox centre) is accepting admissions in all units which includes youth detox, youth treatment, and adult treatment. Accepting new admissions Monday through Friday and there are some pre-screening questions that the client must answer to ensure we are keeping our clients and staff safe from being exposed to COVID-19: View>
  • Catholic Family Services Saskatoon tel: 306.244.7773; Walk-in counselling will be provided by phone.
  • CLASSIC, 123 20th Street W. 306.657.1000
    • Walk-in Advocacy Clinic (WAC) and Legal Advice Clinic (LAC) have been suspended until further notice.
    • Still accepting applications for prison disciplinary matters and emergency housing matters.

    To apply, please phone. A lawyer will return your call to assist you with an application.

  • COVID-19 support for individuals and businesses: View>
  • CMHA Saskatoon is continuing to provide support, counseling, system and community navigation and referral for ALL who need it during the COVID 19 pandemic.They are available as follows: Phone – 306-384-9333 – leave a message and a Mental Health Worker will get back to you ASAP. Email – info@cmhasaskatoon.ca – they check this continuously and someone will get back to you right away. View>
  • Crisis Intervention Services (Mobile Crisis) tel: 306.933.6200
  • Crocus Co-Op Staff available to talk via telephone; 306.655.4970. Homemade soup for sale Mon-Friday until 4 p.m. (E-Transfer only)
    • Snacks available at door Mon-FriCUMFI, 315 Avenue M South, 306.975.9999; 
  • CYNC, 905 20th Street W., 306.665.3889; Available by phone or email
  • EGADZ, 485 1st Avenue North, Able to support if you are in need of: Food packs, Hygiene packs, Baby supplies; 306.931.6644
  • Elizabeth Fry Society of SK, Staff available to take calls during regular hours, Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m.– 4:30 p.m., 306.934.4606
  • Family Service Saskatoon tel: 306.244.0127
  • FASD Network, 510 Cynthia Street, General support and questions via phone and virtual support: 1.866.673.3276, info@fasdnetwork.ca
  • John Howard Society of SK, 219 33rd Street West, Available by phone: 306.244.4904
  • Kids First, Appointment only; 306.655.3311
  • Kids Help Phone tel: 1.800.668.6868 or TEXT 686868
  • La Leche League Breastfeeding and parenting support provided by trained volunteers. Support is available by email, text, and phone. Email: lllcsaskatoon@gmail.com, Phone: 306-655-4805
  • MACSI, Addictions counselling and support by phone, 1.866.652.8951
  • Mental Health and Addiction Services Saskatoon tel: 306.655.7777
  • Mental Wellness Help Line for Indigenous People tel: 1.855.242.3310
  • Mobile Crisis, Open 24/7; 306.933.6200
  • Newcomer Information Center, 106-129 3rd Avenue North,  Staff will be in contact with clients and the community by phone or email during business hours; info@nicstoon.org; 306.343.8303
  • OUT Saskatoon Peer Support is available by Phone: 306.665.1224 : View>
  • Open Door Society are available through phone, email, chat, and Zoom. Youth Programs are available online. Follows SODS Youth Group on Facebook Virtual classroom training also coming soon. Email: epsd@sods.sk.ca 306.653.4464
  • Park Town offering a place to stay for international travellers or Canadians who need to quarentine: View>
  • PLWA Network, 127C Avenue D North; 306.373.7766; To go lunches for HIV+ community members, Tues/Thurs 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
        • Staff available by phone or email: CNAW will continue to provide support to current and new job seekers remotely, Affordable Housing Program will operate with modified arrangements for rental payments and only urgent repairsQuint Development, 101-1120 20th Street West; 306.978.4041
      • Call or email to be connected with  a Career Practitioner
      • Work Readiness Classes will be online soon.Radius, 611 1st Avenue North, 306.665.0362
    • Renters of Saskatoon and Area, renter community support resources: View>
    • Saskatoon Police phone directory of emergency, addiction, health, justice, and wellness services. View>
    • Saskatoon IWS: Supporting women. View>
    • Sexual Health phone support and online tools for survivors: View>
        • Available by phone
        • STC ETS Advisors are available online and by phone to assist. Must have valid email address to assist in requestsSaskatoon Tribal Council, 335 Packham Avenue, 306.956.6100
    • The Salvation Army of Saskatoon will be providing deliveries for those in need, including those in self-isolation. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance Email: covid19response@salvationarmysaskatoon.org  or Phone: (306) 477-2363 and inform the operator you are in need of assistance.
    • The Saskatoon Council on Aging provides resources and referrals to community services for older adults. View>  They are also available by phone 306.652.2255 or by email admin@scoa.ca for information and referrals. Site>
    • Saskatchewan Intercultural Association (SIA), 601b 1st Avenue North, Staff are available by phone or email: 306.978.1818
    • Str8-Up, 226 Avenue V South, 306.244.1771
      • Offering home delivery to members of cleaning and personal supplies
      • Available by phone for case work and support for those within the community as well as those incarcerated
      • Implementing “Social distancing” by refraining from hugs, handshakes and sharing circles.

       

       

       

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