988 Suicide Prevention Line
Provided by: 988 Suicide Crisis Helpline
Offers free, 24/7 telephone and text suicide prevention and support.
- Call or text 9-8-8 if you are feeling like you have lost hope and are struggling to cope, if you are dealing with thoughts of suicide, or if you are worried about someone else.
- When you reach out, a trained responder will listen without judgement, provide support and understanding, and can tell you about resources that will help.
- If your safety is at risk, call 9-1-1 right away.
- Includes culturally affirming suicide prevention services.
Visit the website for additional information, including:
- What to do if you’re not sure if you need help
- How to help if you are worried about someone else
- Understanding suicide – facts and resources.
Operates as a partnership of government and community agencies led by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH); visit the website for a full list of partners.
Anyone thinking of suicide or who is worried about someone else.
Call or text 9-8-8.
Visit the website for information on what to expect when you contact 988, including how to access support if you are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, or if you require support in another language.
Try if 9-8-8 doesn't work.
24/7; call or text
Hours of Operation
Saskatchewan and all of Canada
Additional languages available via interpreters., English, French, American Sign Language, Cree, Ojibwe, Inuktitut
No Physical Address (Telephone Helpline)
211 Saskatchewan strives to make sure information is correct. However, there are often changes to community services, which means inaccuracies may be possible. The information presented by 211 Saskatchewan may be subject to change.