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Service Description

Offers services to children who have been exposed to violence. Provides a safe place for children to discuss their experiences of violence. Services include:

  • Individual Crisis Counselling – For children ages five to twelve.
  • Support Groups – Children learn what abuse is, that they are not alone, that they are not responsible for the violence, how to stay safe, where to get help, how to express their feelings, problem solving and self esteem.
  • Public Education Presentations (for general public and in-school settings) – Presentations are tailored to meet the needs identified by the school. Topics may include bullying and safe schools, what is abuse, conflict resolution, feelings expression, self-esteem, respect and healthy communication.
  • Community Awareness Presentations – Presentations may include impact on children exposed to violence, child abuse, bullying and services offered by the Moose Jaw Transition House.

For more information call 306-693-6848 or email


Children who have been exposed to violence, parents of children who have been exposed to violence.

Application Process

Call for service; referrals not necessary.



Phone 1: 306-631-0962

Cell Phone - Text/Call

Hotline: 306-693-6511

24-Hour Crisis Line

Business Line: 306-693-6848

Hours of Operation


Service Website



Coverage Area

South East Saskatchewan, South West Saskatchewan

Languages Offered


Moose Jaw Transition House


Private Address
Moose Jaw SK

Get Directions

Contact for details on location.

Mailing Address

Box 1866
Moose Jaw SK  S6H 7N6

Location Info

Hours of Operation

24/7 hours


Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one); Wheelchair access - ramps

Phone 1: 306-630-2188

Outreach Services

Phone 2: 306-693-6511

Shelter Support Program

Phone 3: 306-693-6848

Children's Program

Phone 4: 306-631-0962

Cell Phone - Text/Call

Fax: 306-693-0243

Hotline: 306-693-6511

24/7 Crisis Line



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