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ABI Partnership Project

Provided by: Government of Saskatchewan - Health

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Service Description

A partnership between Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health that develops and implements services and supports for persons with acquired brain injuries and their families.

  • There are currently 36 programs, including three provincial outreach teams that provide ongoing service and support to Saskatchewan residents with acquired brain injury so that they may live successfully in their communities with improved quality of life.
  • Visit the website for information related to Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI), including:
    • Education
      • What is an ABI?
      • Introduction to ABI
      • What is a Concussion?
      • Substance Use and ABI
      • Mental Health and ABI
      • FAQ
      • Videos on ABI
      • Links for Education on ABI
      • ABI Presentations.
    • Injury Prevention
    • ABI Survivors and Families
      • Access to Services
      • Community Programs
      • Local Support Groups
      • Annual Events
      • Recreation and Leisure Groups
      • The Survival Guide
      • Pamphlets and Guides
      • Newsletters.
    • Visit the Government of Saskatchewan website for additional information on Alcohol Use after a Brain Injury.


Individuals with acquired brain injury and their families.

Application Process

Self-referrals and agency referrals accepted. Contact the ABI Outreach Team in your area for details. Further information available online.


No cost.

Saskatchewan North ABI Outreach Support Team: 1-866-899-9951 Toll Free


Saskatchewan Central ABI Outreach Support Team : 1-888-668-8717 Toll Free


Saskatchewan South ABI Outreach Support Team: 1-866-766-5617 Toll Free


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