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Addiction: Adult Services

Provided by: Saskatchewan Health Authority: Sunrise Health Region

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Service Description

Provides counseling and support to adults with alcohol and/or drug-related problems and to their family members. Services include:

  • Assessments: helps determine how individual’s alcohol and/or drug use (or someone else’s use) may be causing problems, and what solutions are available.
  • Free individual and group counselling for:
    • Adults seeking help for their own alcohol and or other drug related problems
    • Adults who are affected by a family member’s substance use.

Eligibility

Adults with alcohol and/or drug related problems and their family members.

Application Process

Contact the Mental Health and Addiction Service Intake Line (306-786-0558 or 1-888-989-8444).

Self-referrals and referrals from physicians or other health professionals are accepted.

When you contact Mental Health and Addiction Services, you will be connected with an intake worker whose role is to gather information from you, assess your needs and connect you with the right service(s). When suitable, you will be connected to any of the following:
- Detox Centres
- In-patient Treatment Centres
- Community self-help groups
- Other community resources.

Fees

No cost.

Mental Health and Addiction Service Toll Free Intake Line: 1-888-989-8444

Mental Health and Addiction Service Intake Line: 306-786-0558

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Coverage Area

Sunrise Health Region

Languages Offered

English

Melville: St. Peter’s Hospital, Home Care Office, Public Health Office, and Alcohol/Drug Services

Address

200 Heritage Drive
Melville SK  S0A 2P0

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Location Info

St. Peter’s Hospital: 306-728-5407

Melville/Ituna Home Care Office: 306-728-7300

Public Health Office: 306-728-7310

Alcohol and Drug Services - Saul Cohen Centre: 306-728-7320

Hotline: 8-1-1

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

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