An Evening With Stu GrimsonAugust 30, 2019Support the life-changing work of Mobile Crisis Services at the first annual "ROAR Speaker Series" evening.
Join Stu as he shares excerpts from his brand-new book and gets candid as he takes on an audience-driven Q&A session. Indulge in unique spirits and fine appetizers while you bid on one-of-a-kind experiences in our live and silent auctions.
Emergency Shelter Availability - Now available!October 18, 2015
As of November 1, 2015 homeless youth, individuals, families or any community resource will be able to identify what shelters have space. Simply by clicking on “Emergency Shelter Availability” from Mobile Crisis Services home page.
Call Farm Stress Line 1 800 667 4442 Available 24/7October 18, 2015
Whether you live on the farm or in a rural community are a youth, adult, family or senior in Saskatchewan you can call toll free and talk to one of our Crisis Counselors. People living in the rural Saskatchewan experience the same stresses and worries as everyone else. Financial worries, difficulties at work or at home, domestic violence, relationship problems, issues around sexual identity, bullying, racism, abuse etc. affect people regardless of where they live. However, there are other difficulties that are primarily associated with living in a rural area such as little or no access to services, lack of public transport, isolation and loneliness.
Vital Signs 2015 ReportOctober 15, 2015
Vital Signs is an annual check-up conducted by community foundations to measure the vitality of communities across Canada. It gathers and publishes data on significant social and economic trends and assigns grades in areas critical to quality of life. The annual Vital Signs reports promote awareness of community issues and are used by communities for social planning, by citizens and philanthropists to identify community needs and strengths, and by community foundations to inform their grant making and leadership activities. The South Saskatchewan Community Foundation is pleased to launch its second annual Vital Signs report in 2015 for the Regina Community.
Thanks to Farm at Hand for the donation to Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. this helps us continue to provide services to rural Saskatchewan via the Farm Stress Line. Farm at Hand supports Mental Health Services and the need for access to services in rural Saskatchewan. Farm at Hand will be doing another fundraising campaign in 2016 it will be called Here for Farmers, and it will run from March 1 to March 31st, and the t-shirts sales across Canada will be donated again to Mobile Crisis Services, Inc. and Farm Stress Line. T-shirts will be in people’s hands in time for Mental Health week in May 2016.