Suicide Grief Support Saskatoon
(306) 249-5666
W.A Edwards Family Centre
333 4th Avenue North S7K 2L7
Provides support to those who have lost a loved one to suicise. One monthly group
(drop-in), other is a closed group that meets on a weekly basis.

Caregiver Counselling
Community Services Social Workers

(306) 655-3400
Idylwyld Heath Centre
103 – 310 Idylwyld Drive North
S7L 0Z2
Provides Individual counselling, caregiver support group and bereavement support group.

Camp Circle O’ Friends
(306) 374-2802
Canadian Cancer Society Saskatchewan Division
Support group offering a 4 day camp for children with cancer and their siblings.
Bereaved siblings may also attend. Ages 6-18.

Catholic Family Services (CFS)
(306) 244-7773
200-506 25th Street East S7K 4A7
CFS is open to everyone in the community, offering a wide range of services, including
individual, couple, and family counselling, family education and wellness programs, a
Building Healthy Families series, community programs, workshops, seminars,
professional training, marriage preparation, teen parent program and early childhood
Employee and Family Assistance
Programming is also available. No fee counselling is also available at the
Saskatoon Food Bank.

Christian Counselling Services
(306) 244-9890
617 3rd Avenue North S7K 2J8
Counselling available for marriage, family, individual, addictions, stress, abuse,
depression, parenting, co- dependency, women’s & senior’s issues and grief.

Compassionate Friends- Saskatoon Chapter
(306) 374-8862
W A Edwards Centre
333 4th Avenue North S7K 2L8
A self-help bereavement group meets on the last Tuesday of every month
throughout the year. This group is for parents who have experienced the loss of a
child at any age.

Family Service Saskatoon
(306) 244-0127 Fax (306) 244-1201
102-506 25th Street East S7K 4A7
Offers individual, couple, child and family counselling to the community. Special
programming: Teen and young parents, youth exposed to violence, abuse and
beyond for women, volunteer programs for youth at risk, educational and therapy
groups addressing perceived community needs. Variable fee for services.

MADD Canada (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)-
For information on drinking and driving related matters. The
national number can put you in
touch with a local chapter. MADD Canada’s mission: to stop impaired
driving and to support victims of this violent crime.

Palliative Care Saskatoon Health Region- Saskatchewan Health
• a 12 bed Palliative Care Unit at St. Paul’s Hospital
• consultation teams at Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon City Hospital
and St. Paul’s Hospital
• palliative consultation for long term care facilities in the Region
• palliative care beds in Humboldt, Lanigan, Nokomis, Rosthern, Wadena,
Wakaw, Watrous, and Wynyard
• a palliative care volunteer program and bereavement support services
Grief counselling for individuals and families whose loved one was previously
referred for Palliative Care follow-up in hospital.

Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA)
(306) 653-1868 Fax (306) 653-1869
500-333 25th Street East S7K 0L4
PLEA is a non-profit, non- government organization which exists to educate,
inform and empower through law related education.

Saskatoon Cancer Centre
(306) 665-2662 Fax (306) 655-2910
20 Campus Drive S7N 4H4
Offers both individual and family counselling services for childrenwith cancer. They
hold social gatherings for peer support and provide a school re-entry program. As
well, they promote community education.

Saskatoon Community Contacts for the Widowed
St. Martin’s Church
2617 – Clarence Avenue South
Phone 306-242-5618
A peer-led support group for widowed persons. This self-help organization
provides guidance, encouragement, support and social activity in a friendly and
non-denominational environment.

Mental Health and Addictions Services- Saskatoon: Adult, Child,

Centralized Intake (306) 655-7777
Suite 156, 122 3rd Avenue North S7K 2H6
Provides individual, family and group counselling and therapy with
psychiatrists, social workers, nurses and psychologists. Individuals may
self-refer for counselling services.
A doctor’s referral to psychiatry is requested. Coverage for service is
provided through Saskatchewan Health and there is no direct charge to

Saskatoon Tribal Council – Urban Services
Creative Healing for Urban Members (CHUMS)

(306) 659-2500 Fax (306) 659-2155
2010 7th Street S7H 5K6
The Creative Healing for Urban Members (CHUMS) programs work to
increase opportunities to
strengthen individuals, and families, to empower them to improve the
quality of their personal and family life. Our principles incorporate values
that are common across many Aboriginal cultures as core concepts in its

Saskatoon Tribal Council – Urban Services
Providers of Aboriginal Life Supports (PALS)

(306) 659-2500 Fax (306) 659-2155
2010 7th Street S7H 5K6 ProvidersofAboriginalLifeSupports (PALS), includes a range of
familycentered strategies, including in home visitation, advocating for improved conditions for
families, stabilizing those in crisis, reunifying those who are separated, building new
families, and connecting families to the resources that will sustain them in the future.
Our goal is to support at risk families avoid apprehension of their children.

St. Paul’s Hospital Bereavement Follow
-Inter-denominational memorial services for relatives and friends of those who have
passed away.
-Memorial gatherings are followed by coffee and conversation.
St. Paul’s 306- 655-5000 ask operator to page Spiritual Care
Royal University 306-655-1249
Saskatoon City 306-655-8250
Rural – Call your local hospital or health centre

Edwards Family Centre/ Saskatoon Funeral Home
(306) 244-5577 333 4th Avenue North S7K 2L7
The Centre is a community support service of Saskatoon Funeral Home
offering a continuing care program, grief and resources lending library,
grief groups, programs and events, and the Saskatoon bereavement
support resource director

Grief Support:

Community Services Social Workers
Idylwyld Health Centre
103 – 310 Idylwyld Drive North
Telephone: 306-655-3400

Royal University Hospital
Main Social Work Office
Room 1619 Main Floor, A Wing
Telephone: 306-655-2579

St. Paul’s Hospital
Main Social Work Office
Main Floor, B Wing
Telephone: 306-655-5877

Saskatoon City Hospital
Main Social Work Office
Level One
Telephone: 306-655-829 or 306-655-8785