COVID-19 MENTAL HEALTH

As the pandemic and social distancing continues into winter, the Brevoort Park Community Association (BPCA) wants to provide community members with mental health tools. Below you will find some links to help you and your family to continue to cope through these trying times.

Where to Find Help

Living through the COVID-19 pandemic can cause anxiety and worry in all of us. It is important to be aware of the mental health resources available.

Mental Health – Government of Saskatchewan
Mental Health – Wellness Together Canada Assessment Tool
Mental Health – Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute Free Covid-19 Resources

Family Coping Tools

Need help with talking to your kids or just looking for some heathy parenting tools?

Talking With Kids About COVID-19
Healthy Parenting During COVID-19
Online Meditation & Study Groups

Free Walk-in Counselling

Free mental health walk-in family counselling is available in Saskatoon, but social distancing and masks are required. Contact them directly for appointment access.
CFS Saskatoon
Family Service Saskatoon

Youth Crisis Help Lines

Wellness Together Canada: Youth: Text WELLNESS to 686868
Kids Help Phone

Phone in Support

Canadian Mental Health Association, Saskatchewan Division
Saskatoon: (306) 270-3648
Healthline 811
Call HealthLine at 811 for professional health or mental health and addictions advice, education, and support.
Mobile Crisis Helpline
(306) 757-0127

Senior Support

YXE Community Response to COVID-19
Any senior needing help to get groceries or a friendly volunteer caller can contact a new volunteer group called the YXE Community Response to COVID-19.  Their email is yxecovid19help@gmail.com
Hotline (306) 361-4357. 
Saskatoon Council on Aging
This nonprofit organization is dedicated to promoting positive aging for all members of our community and connects seniors to resources.
Phone (306) 652-2255

Struggling With Addiction

Community members struggling with addiction can find additional national tools through the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) which is Canada’s largest mental health teaching hospital and one of the world’s leading research centres in its field.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Rehab for Addiction