Sitoskawatowin – Mental Health Support and Therapies
Provided by: Saskatoon Indian and Métis Friendship Centre
Offers mental health therapy programs. Programs offered include:
- Keeping the Fire Program – Parenting Therapy – a gathering for Indigenous parents and caregivers to gather knowledge in emotional regulation techniques for the family unit.
- Phoenix Rising Program – Trauma Therapy – a program for Indigenous Peoples who have overcome domestic violence.
- Indigenous Creative Kids Program – Play Therapy – a gathering for children to explore play therapies.
- Little Sisters Program – Esteem Therapy – a gathering for Indigenous girls discovering the benefits of esteem building therapies.
Methods of delivery include in-person (Monday – Friday), telephone counselling, Zoom/on-time counselling, appointments, walk-ins. Offered by Registered Mental Health Therapists.
Status/Treaty Peoples, families, children & youth, couples, individuals
People affected by Intergenerational Trauma, Indian Residential Schools, Indian Day Schools, Sixties Scoop, Child Welfare System
Contact the office to pre-register.
Business Line: 639-533-2605
Hours of Operation
Contact the office for details.
Saskatoon Indian and Métis Friendship Centre
168 Wall Street
Saskatoon SK S7K 1N4
- Every Child Matters – Youth Programming
- Family Support Program
- Friendship Centre
- Interpersonal Violence Support
- Resolution Health Support
- Sitoskawatowin – Mental Health Support and Therapies
- Warm-Up Location
- Youth Services
- Youth Works Program
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