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Adoption Services – Post-Adoption Services

Provided by: Government of Saskatchewan - Ministry of Social Services

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Service Description

Provides post-adoption contact information for adoptions that occurred in Saskatchewan to adult adoptees, adoptive parents of an adoptee who is under 18 years of age, birth parents, adult children of a deceased adult adoptee, adult children of a deceased birth parent, and extended family members.

Note: Birth parents and adult adoptees are able to place a veto, which prevents the release of their identifying informationon the birth registration. Birth parents and adult adoptees may file a contact preference which allows them to place limits on contact from the other person. The release of identifying information will be subject to any vetoes or contact preferences placed by a birth parent or adult adoptee.

Visit the website for details regarding:

  • Guidance (Guide to Post-Adoption Services)
  • Veto and Contact Preferences
  • Eligibility
  • How to Apply


You may be eligible for services if the adoption was finalized in Saskatchewan and you are: - an adult adoptee (18+ years of age) - an adoptive parent of an adoptee who is under 18 years of age - a birth parent of an adoptee - the adult child of a deceased adult adoptee - the adult child of a deceased birth parent whose child was placed for adoption; or - an extended family member of an adult adoptee or birth parent.

Application Process

Gather the documents required for your service application (details available online); complete and print the appropriate service application form online; and submit the completed application form via mail, fax, or email.

Post-Adoption/Community Living/Discounted Bus Passes/Child and Family Programs – Regina


1920 Broad Street
Regina SK  S4P 3V6

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Location Info

Post Adoptions: 306-787-3654

Social Services: 306-787-3800

Child and Family Programs: 306-787-7300

Community Living: 306-787-7803

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.

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