Information to help patients and caregivers find the most appropriate emergency services.
Ambulance services provide patients with timely access to emergency medical services (EMS) and fast and safe transportation to the care they need.
Call for 24-hour access to an emergency operator who will immediately connect you to the service you need: the fire department, the police, or an ambulance.
1-800-667-4442 - The Farm Stress Line provides 24-hour confidential telephone counselling, support, information and referral services that respond to the needs of rural people, families and communities.
Learn what kinds of health facilities are available in your area by using this map.
Find answers to your health questions with HealthLine Online or call 811 to speak to a health care professional.
For mental health emergencies, contact your family physician, your mental health clinic, or call the HealthLine at 811. If someone is at risk of harming themselves or others call 911.
Call the poison control centre for treatment advice when you or someone you know are exposed to drugs, pesticides, snake and spider bites, household cleaners, chemicals and plants.
1-800-306-6789 - The Problem Gambling Help Line provides 24-hour help to people with gambling problems and their families. Callers receive confidential, professional service from trained counsellors.
The Saskatchewan Drug Information Line provides healthcare professionals and the general public with current, concise, unbiased information on drugs and drug therapies.
Questions regarding medications? Call 1-800-665-DRUG (3784)