Individual and Family Counselling
The Counselling Department’s goals are to assist clients (age 16 & older) with recovery from emotional and mental health problems, to support the development of fulfilling interpersonal relationships and social roles; and to facilitate improvements in the social, financial, and living conditions that affect a client’s health and well-being. (provide a link to the brochure)
The General Service Counselling Program provides individual, couple, and family counselling for a broad range of symptoms and situations. The Seniors Program serves elderly clients who are affected by illness, disability, isolation, and/or social problems. The Kohkums Group assists older Aboriginal women meet their health and/or social needs. The Saskatoon Community Clinic works in partnership with the Saskatoon Health Region to offer a post partum depression support group. Please contact our Counselling Receptionists to find out more about this service
Community Mental Health Nurses
Community Mental Health Nurses serve clients who live with an acute or chronic mental illness or disability. They provide counselling, monitoring of medical conditions and medication, connections to medical and community services, and caregiver assistance and support.