211 Saskatchewan: Service providers connect individuals to a database of over 6,000 community and social services across the province.
Canadian Mental Health Association – Saskatoon Branch (CMHA): Community consultations to reduce mental health stigma.
CFS Saskatoon: Counselling services in the community for vulnerable individuals and families.
Community Legal Assistance Service for Saskatoon Inner City (CLASSIC): Walk-in Advocacy Clinic provides clients with free full legal representation in approximately 20 areas of law.
Crocus Co-op: Support for individuals living with mental health issues.
Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan: Client support worker to assist women and girls who have been involved with the criminal justice system.
Family Service Saskatoon Inc (FSS): Healthy Relationships, Resilient Families program incorporates services including counseling, outreach, and therapeutic group sessions.
FASD Network of Saskatchewan: Gladue report writers. Gladue reports are a right that Indigenous people are entitled to under the Criminal Code and make unbiased sentencing recommendations based on healing and a path towards recovery.
Global Gathering Place: Resources for a Social Worker who will provide support and counseling to vulnerable newcomers.
Hope Restored Canada: Victim Recovery program support for survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking.
Inclusion Saskatchewan: Family Network helps individuals who have a family member with an intellectual disability to navigate support systems, combat isolation, and promote resilience.
Prairie Harm Reduction: Through a partnership with Chokecherry Studios and Okihtcitawak Patrol Group, Prairie Harm Reduction supports victims/witnesses of violence and abuse through restorative healing practices as well as increasing community involvement for those living with mental health issues through youth art programming and monthly sharing circles.
Prince Albert Community Fund: Crisis services support for Prince Albert and the North.
Saskatchewan Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured: Dedicated to providing psychosocial rehabilitation and recreation services for acquired brain injury survivors.
Saskatoon Council on Aging: To support vulnerable seniors through the Telephone Buddy Program
Saskatoon Indian & Métis Friendship Centre: Recreational, social, and cultural activities to enhance community connections and engagement with Indigenous peoples.
Saskatoon Open Door Society: Supports for vulnerable populations at greatest risk of being impacted by COVID-19
Saskatoon Sexual Assault and Information Centre (SSAIC): Support for sexual assault survivors.
Saskatoon Sexual Health: Sexual and reproductive health education, advocacy, and clinical services.
Student Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health (SWITCH): A student-led health and wellness clinic offering culturally safe interdisciplinary services to the core.
Spinal Cord Injury (Saskatchewan) Inc (SCI): Supports to family and caregivers of individuals living with physical disabilities.
STR8UP – 10,000 Little Steps to Healing Inc.: Community outreach supports for community members liberating from gang and criminal activity.
The Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association (SBIA): Psychosocial rehabilitation and recreation services for acquired brain injury survivors.
Wicihitowin Indigenous Engagement Conference: Conference invites community organizations, governments, and businesses to learn about inclusive representation of Indigenous Peoples as employees, volunteers and decision-makers.
YWCA Saskatoon – Emergent and preventative services and supports for marginalized populations