Make Safe and Connect

Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service serves people in distress, intervening in and managing social, emotional, and psychological emergencies for people experiencing immediate and ongoing crisis.

If you need to talk, we will be here.
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From urgent crisis to lasting community wellness

We are committed to providing comprehensive and inclusive mental health support tailored to the diverse needs of individuals in Saskatoon.

Mobile Crisis Service

A 24-hour crisis line in Saskatoon, responding on the phone or in-person. SCIS provides immediate access to barrier-free, non-judgmental, confidential support and follow-up for children, youth, adults and seniors. We are 2SLGBTQ+ friendly and non-denominational.

Intensive Community Support

Through an interdisciplinary, team-based approach, adults with significant and enduring mental illness are supported with long-term housing, stabilizing health, addressing mental health needs, enhancing life skills, and building social and community relations.

Calls by the numbers

Anyone can call Mobile Crisis Service. Our trained, professional Crisis Workers are available to take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


of contacts are aged 15-36


crisis contacts per day on average


minutes spent on each call on average


of all contacts require a community mobile response

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About Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service

Established on Sept. 1, 1980, Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service is a non-profit community based organization that provides crisis intervention services to anyone living in Saskatoon who is experiencing distress and needing immediate help.

We believe in harm reduction, a set of practical strategies and ideas aimed at reducing negative consequences associated with drug use. Harm reduction is also a movement for social justice built on a belief in and respect for the rights of people who use drugs. (Definition from


Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service is committed to meaningful outcomes with residents of Saskatoon and area by utilizing an integrated service model response to restore equilibrium, meaningful connection and well-being.


Quality and timely crisis intervention and intensive community support for all Saskatoon and area residents.


SCIS has adopted the Canadian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics, 2005.

  • Respect for the inherent dignity and worth of persons.
  • Pursuit of social justice.
  • Service to humanity.
  • Integrity in professional practice.
  • Confidentiality in professional practice.
  • Competence in professional practice.
  • Participant choice and self-determination.
  • Cultural humility.
  • SCIS works in the spirit of truth and reconciliation.
  • Trauma informed and harm reduction model of care.


  • Make safe and connect.
  • Save lives and improve quality of life.
  • Collaborative efforts to break or reduce reliance on emergency services.
  • Meaningful connection for physical and mental health, social and spiritual well-being.
  • Long term stability and a return to citizenship including support for long term housing.

Online safety

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