Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces. 

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More Resources

HealthLine 811 – Mental health and addictions service continues to be available, providing 24/7 crisis support, advice to help manage a caller's situation, information and connection to community resources.

Wellness Together Canada – Connects people to peer support workers, social workers, psychologists and other professionals for confidential chat sessions or phone calls, and also offers credible information and help to address mental health and substance use issues.

Mental Health resources – A wide range of services, supports, and education materials are available to assist people who are struggling with mental health and addiction issues in Saskatchewan.

Addictions resources – Get information and services available in Saskatchewan to help you deal with alcohol and drug issues.

Harm Reduction resources – Harm Reduction Programs are part of a comprehensive public health disease prevention strategy to reduce the spread of HIV, Hepatitis C, and other sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections.

Moms Stop The Harm calls for an end to the failed war on drugs through evidence-based prevention, treatment and policy change.

Prairie Harm Reduction serves people at-risk and affected by HIV and Hepatitis C by reducing discrimination and deaths, removing barriers, pursuing innovation and demonstrating evidence-based outcomes.

Nēwo Yōtina Friendship Centre is an overdose prevention site located in Regina.

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