Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service wishes to thank the Cameco Step Up for Mental Health fund, administered by Saskatoon Community Foundation. SCIS is pleased to announce that it has received $24,500.00 which will support the Trauma Informed Service (TIS) -- Staff...
Thank you to Calendar Club! Over 150 bears donated to our Mobile Crisis Service this Christmas season!
Thank you to Break the Silence for choosing Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service as the recipient of proceeds from the Breakfast for Supper Pajama Party.
Use the promo code breakthesilence2019 next time you use Riide to donate $1 to Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service from now until the end of December.
SCIS is assembling Christmas gift bags for program participants. Donations can be dropped off until December 13.
Happy Halloween from the SCIS staff!
The Star Phoenix’s Zak Vescera writes about the Managed Alcohol Program that began in 2017 as a joint effort between Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service and The Lighthouse Supported Living.
Break the Silence is hosting an evening of music, dancing, breakfast food, and open conversations about mental health.
The Police and Crisis Team (PACT) was interviewed by the Star Phoenix’s Thia James for an article examining how the increase in crystal meth use across Saskatoon has impacted the work that they do.
Eric Thiessen speaks with 650 CKOM’s Brent Loucks about his short film Talking at Night.