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Mental Health and Addiction Services: Adult Services: Community Adult Recovery Services

Provided by: Saskatchewan Health Authority: Saskatoon Health Region

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Service Description

Provides services to assist adults living with mental illness and addictions in becoming more engaged, stable, and resilient in their recovery, including:

Case Management Care: Individualized assessment and care planning with a focus on vocational issues leisure pursuits, and life skills. Includes assistance with medication management, individual support, education, counselling, and advocacy.

Residential Services: assistance in finding safe, appropriate and sustainable housing to provide a level of support consistent with client needs.

Seniors Focus: case management, education groups, and consultation to seniors who are experiencing difficulties due to mental illness.

Additional Therapies: individual and group programs such as self-care skills, conversational skills, budgeting skills, creative-expressive therapy, and collective cooking.


Persons 18 years or older who:
- Have been diagnosed with a mental illness as defined in the DSM-V (major diagnosis) by a psychiatrist and are actively involved with a psychiatrist;
- Have suffered a significant loss of social functioning for a period generally exceeding 18 months as a result of a mental health disorder;
- Are at risk of becoming chronically disabled by a mental health disorder, including persons who are acutely ill or traumatized.

Application Process

Call to refer or access services.



Mental Health and Addiction Services Centralized Intake Line: 306-655-7777

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Coverage Area

Saskatoon Health Region

Languages Offered


Saskatoon: Community Adult Recovery Services


314 Duchess Street
Saskatoon SK  S7K 0R1

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Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 1:00 - 4:30 pm

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