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Population Health: Acquired Brain Injury Program

Provided by: Saskatchewan Health Authority: Prairie North Health Region

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Service Description

Provides support services for individuals impacted by an acquired brain injury and their families.

  • Part of the province’s ABI Partnership Project which is managed by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health and funded by Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI).
  • Collaborates with the Saskatchewan Central ABI Outreach Team in Saskatoon.


Saskatchewan residents who have a diagnosis of an acquired brain injury and their families.
- Must be medically stable.
- Where substance abuse is prevalent, applicants must be seeking or involved in a treatment program.
- Applicants with a primary psychiatric disorder must be seeking assistance to have symptoms well managed.

Not considered for the program: Individuals who have congenital brain injury related to conditions or illnesses such as Multiple Sclerosis, Developmental Delay, or Alzheimer Disease, or a brain injury that is a result of a progressive condition.

Application Process

Accepts referrals from brain injury survivors and their families, from physicians, health facilities, rehabilitation programs, professional support and community agencies.


No cost.

ABI Regional Coordinator: 306-446-6400

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Coverage Area

Prairie North Health Region

Languages Offered


Lloydminster: Home Care / Mental Health & Addiction Services


3830 43rd Avenue
Lloydminster SK  S9V 1Y3

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Location Info

Home Care: 306-820-6200

Fax: 306-820-3666

Mental Health/Addictions: 306-820-6250

Fax: 306-820-6256

Hotline: 8-1-1

HealthLine: 24/7 professional health advice or mental health support.


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