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Mental Health and Addictions Services

Doctor is consulting with patient

Mental health and addictions issues will also be treated at the facility from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. during the summer.

A separate side door access and waiting room will be available for patients seeking counselling and treatment.

Patients will receive screening/assessment, counselling, prescriptions, connection to resources, and referrals.

Examples of services include:

  • depression or anxiety;
  • overwhelming stress, insomnia or inability to cope;
  • overwhelming feelings of grief or loss;
  • escalation in mental health symptoms;
  • new mental health symptoms;
  • urgent prescriptions for addiction management; and
  • stabilizing and treating addiction patients and refer to treatment as appropriate.

Man entering the Regina Urgent Care Centre Mental Health and Addictions Services door

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