Adoption Support Centre of Saskatchewan Inc. (ASCS)
(306) 665-7272 Fax (306) 665-7274
527 Main St. Unit 1A Saskatoon, SK S7N 0C2
ASCS provides information, support and referrals to expectant parents inquiring about
pregnancy options, birth parents and adoptees needing search information,
prospective and adoptive parents considering domestic, private or inter-country
Big Brothers Big Sisters Association of Saskatoon
(306) 244-8197 Fax (306) 244-4171
www.bbbssaskatoon.org 182 Wall Street S7K 1N4
“Every Child Who Needs a Mentor Will Have One.”
Catholic Family Services (CFS)
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
centers. Employee and Family Assistance Programming is also available.
Christian Counselling Services
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.
Cloth for Kids
(306) 384-0950 / (306) 244-5989
808 20th Street West S7M 0Y3 Volunteers sew donated fabric into clothes for
newborn to 14 years old. Items are donated freely through professionals
working in the field.
1020 Victoria Avenue S7N 0Z8
The crisis nursery can provide help and comfort for any family experiencing a form of
crisis. They are open 24/7, 365 days a year. Parents are able to bring their children to
the crisis nursery for a couple of days while they focus their energy on resolving the
crisis or emergency at hand. They also offer a 24 hour crisis line and referrals to other
agencies and services that can help with resolving the crisis.
Outreach, after care, and in-home supports for families that have graduated
from CUMFI’s fostering families program. Program supports families to parent
Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP)
(306) 657-3247 Fax (306) 249-3247
Suite 10-2302 Hanselman Avenue
A province-wide network of home and community based services provided to
families with children from birth to school-age who experience or are at risk for
delays. The goal of the program is to help children,
who experience delays in reaching age appropriate developmental milestones, reach
their best potential. The program also assists families in becoming better informed
and connected to their
natural supports and to the service system. Services include: home visits, resource
materials, parent support groups, parent education opportunities and support with
transitions into school and other centre-based programs and services.
LiveWell Clinical Health Psychology – Early Childhood Psychologist
Room 223, Ellis Hall
Royal University Hospital S7N 0W8
Early ChildhoodPsychology services. The early childhood psychologist is trained to
help children from birth to 5 years of age who are developmentally above or below
average or who have common behavioral and developmental problems. Anyone from
the Saskatoon Health Authority public can call and make a referral, including the
Early Years and Child Care – Saskatchewan Government
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, Invisible Scars for women, educational and therapy groups
addressing perceived community needs. Variable fee for services.
Food for Thought – Saskatoon Health Authority Public Health Services
3311 Fairlight Drive North S7N 3Y5
Food for Thought is a prenatal support program that assists pregnant women and their
children to achieve improved health and wellness. With a focus on cooking low-cost
nutritious food, women come together and have an opportunity to share ideas, make
friends, and talk about their lives. The food that is cooked is sent home with the
participants to be shared with their families. A participant-driven discussion on pregnancy
related topics follows each cooking session. The program is facilitated by an interdisciplinary team consisting of a social worker, nutritionist, and program assistant. Peer leaders assist in the delivery of the program.
Saskatoon (306) 655-3301
A free voluntary program that helps families effectively nurture and support their
children to be safe, secure, happy and healthy. Parents and their children under 5 years
of age, as well as pregnant women, are eligible.
Millie’s Early Learning Centre
411 11th Street East S7N OE9
Childcare for infants and toddlers of students who attend Nutana Collegiate.
Mount Royal Infant Day-Care Centre
410 Avenue T N, Saskatoon, SK S7L 3B4
Quality childcare provided for student parents who are attending Mount Royal
Collegiate. A variety of parent programs are offered through the centre.
Parent Aide Program
502 Avenue L South S7M 2H4
Our mission is to maintain the family unit and the well-being of children. It is also to
enhance family wellness and to ease reunification between children in care and their
Parenting Education Saskatchewan
(306) 244-0127 Fax (306) 244-1201
www.parenteducationsask.ca 306-506 25th Street East S7K 4A7
A project supporting parent educators throughout the province through resources,
conferences and networking. A project of Family Service Saskatoon.
Royal West Early Learning Centre
441 Witney Avenue North S7L 3M6
We are a community based program that welcomes all children and families. The centre
has 50 spaces reserved for young parents attending high school courses. To be eligible for
the teen spaces, parents must be under 22 years of age on the first day of the term and
attending a high school level program. Priority is given to students attending Royal West
Campus or Mount Royal Collegiate. Everyone is eligible to apply for the community spaces
that are available at Royal West Early Learning Centre.
Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network
(306) 934-2632 Fax (306) 934-2633
www.aboriginal.sk.literacy.ca 1017B 22nd Street West Aboriginal literacy (First
Nations and Metis) is a learner centered
approach to life-long learning that honours the inter-connectedness of all aspects of
creation for growth, personal empowerment, community development and self
Aboriginal literacy encompasses first languages, elder involvement, culture and
community in a holistic development approach to unify mind, heart, body and spirit.
Saskatchewan Foster Family Association, Inc.
Toll Free 1 (888) 276-2880
233 4th Avenue South S7K 1N1
Exists to improve the quality of life for children and youth in care by assisting in the
development of healthy foster families. The provincial Association provides education
and support services to foster families, promotes greater understanding in the
community of fostering and ensures proper process is followed should foster families
encounter quality of care issues or come under investigation.
Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth (SACY) (306) 933-6700 Fax (306) 933-8406
500-350 3rd Ave. N Saskatoon, SK
Promotes the interests of, and acts as a voice for children who have concerns about
provincial government services. The SACY engages in public education, works to
resolve disputes and conducts independent investigations. The SACY also
recommends improvements of programs for children to the government and/or the
Legislative Assembly. Anyone can contact the SACY if they have a concern about a
child or group of children receiving services from a provincial department or