Mental Health and Addictions: Child and Youth Services / Early Social Skills Program

Provided by: Saskatchewan Health Authority: Five Hills Health Region

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Service Description

Provides prevention and intervention education to children ages three to five years and their families.  Teaches social skills to children in order to promote socially acceptable behaviour.

Eligibility

Children ages 3 to 5 years and their families.

Service Info

Business Line:

306-630-8411

Service Website:
http://www.fhhr.ca/EarlySocialSkills.htm

Email:

Application Process:
Call Health Educator at 306-630-8411.

Fees:
None

Coverage Area:
Five Hills Health Region. Satellite clinics are provided in Assiniboia.

Locations

Moose Jaw: Mental Health & Addictions

679 Hall Street
Moose Jaw, SK S6H 2S1

Hotline:
8-1-1
HealthLine: 24/7Professional health advice or mental health support.

Website:
www.fhhr.ca

Email:

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Moose Jaw: Mental Health & Addictions

Address:
679 Hall Street
Moose Jaw, SK S6H 2S1

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Location Info

Hotline:

8-1-1
HealthLine: 24/7Professional health advice or mental health support.

Email:

Website:
http://www.fhhr.ca

Service Info

Business Line:

306-630-8411

Service Website:
http://www.fhhr.ca/EarlySocialSkills.htm

Email:

Application Process:
Call Health Educator at 306-630-8411.

Fees:
None

Coverage Area:
Five Hills Health Region. Satellite clinics are provided in Assiniboia.


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