Mobile Crisis Service is open to all individuals and is a service without fees. The caller defines his/her need sometimes with the assistance of the crisis worker. Crisis Workers then respond accordingly, based on assessment of risk. Individuals and families may call for direct or indirect help for their loved ones with other challenges, such as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Acquired Brain Injury, physical disabilities, and mental health problems.
Caring Crisis Workers, with the professional skills needed to respond effectively to a variety of crises, provide service to the Saskatoon community around the clock. They assess and plan responses to dozens of complex and high-risk calls ranging from domestic violence to suicide prevention to child abuse and more.