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Crisis Management Service

Provided by: Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service

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Service Description

Provides intensive case management for people who have significant and enduring mental illness, and who are considered to be hard to serve and difficult to engage. Clients may often present with concurrent substance abuse, challenging behaviors, homelessness, legal involvement, and a pronounced inability to self-manage. 

Crisis Management Workers help and respond to participants by providing:

  • Crisis intervention and assertive outreach
  • Assistance with basic needs: food, clothing, shelter, housing and landlord support
  • Assessment and consulting
  • Behaviour shaping and management
  • Service coordination/case management
  • Assistance with navigation across multiple service systems
  • Advocacy and more.


Individuals experiencing serial crisis and chronic crisis due to a lack of connection at all or in a meaningful way, including individuals who may have behaviour, mental illness, and non-compliance issues as well as legal, addictions, and special needs such as FASD or ABI.

Application Process

Referrals to CMS come from the individuals themselves, families, mental health, medical, psychiatrists, social service and legal professionals, lawyers, and social workers, as well as Mobile Crisis Service.



Fax: 306-664-1974

Business Line: 306-933-8234

Crisis Management Line

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Service Website


Coverage Area


Languages Offered


Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Services


313 Ontario Avenue
Saskatoon SK  S7K 1S3

Get Directions

Half a block south of the police station.

Location Info

Hours of Operation



Wheelchair access - designated parking spaces; Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - ramps; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one); Wheelchair access - call for details or special appointment req’d

Crisis Management Line: 306-933-8234

Journey Home: 306-933-8234

Hotline: 306-933-6200

24/7 Mobile Crisis Line



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