Community-Based Organizations

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The following community-based organizations are funded by Mental Health Services in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region.

Autism Resource Centre

  • Located at : 3663 Sherwood Dr.
  • Phone: 306-569-0858

The Autism Resource Centre provides home and community-based support, counselling and treatment for children, youth and adults in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region (and Service Areas) with autism or pervasive developmental disorders.

Phoenix Residential Society

  • Main office located at : 2035 Osler St.
  • Phone: 306-569-1977

Phoenix operates a Group Home (Phoenix House), a Supportive Apartment Living Program (PALS), a Vocational Training Program and a Dual-Diagnosis (mentally ill with substance abuse problem) Residential Treatment Program (Westview), for persons with long-term mental illness.

Rainbow Youth Centre

  • Located at 977 McTavish Street
  • Phone: 306-757-9743

Rainbow uses a combination of professional staff and peer-counsellors to provide community-based support, counselling and intervention services to hard-to-reach, mostly inner city youth, ages 11 to 25, who are at risk for, or who live a 'street' lifestyle.

Canadian Mental Health Association, Regina Branch

  • Located at 1810 Albert Street
  • Phone: 525-9543

The CMHA, Regina Branch, provides a variety of programs for the long-term mentally ill, including Pre-Employment/Social Recreation program (drop-in centre), a Life Skills Program, a Vocational Program (housecleaning, janitorial, canteen, lunch program, work crews and counselling), a Clerical Program and a Social Leisure Outreach Program.

 

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