Adult Mental Health Clinics
The Adult Mental Health Clinics are part of a continuum of treatment and support services available for adults (age 18 and over). They provide a wide range of community-based services for people who are having significant problems related to their mental health and well-being. All services are provided free of charge.
Please click here for the Mental Health Clinic physician referral form.
Entry to all programs and services at the Mental Health Clinic in Regina is through the Intake Program. You may be referred to the Clinic by your family physician. You may also phone the clinic yourself. Program staff will complete an assessment with you to determine which program is right for you, whether it be a program at the Clinic or one offered by another community agency.
Community Outreach and Support Team (COAST)
COAST is a multifunctional approach to stabilizing and supporting people identified with mental health and addiction issues in the community. COAST services include: support transitioning home from hospital or detox, follow support as requested by psychiatry, and crisis intervention. Services are short term and intensive to support individuals while connecting them to longer-term services or until stabilization.
Adult Community Program
This program provides mental health services to individuals affected in significant ways by mental illness, severe stress or other problems in living. Requests for services most commonly come from people who experience depression, anxiety, eating disorders, severe stress or adjustment difficulties. Others seek help for problems related to using abuse or violence in their intimate relationships.
Individual counselling is available for people experiencing significant distress related to their mental health and difficulty coping with day to day living. Therapy is typically short term and goal focused.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
This is a group based program that focuses on skill development for regulating emotions, coping with stress and sustaining healthy relationships.
The Wellbeing Course
An online therapy service that is offered in partnership with the University of Regina Online Therapy Unit. This course assists individuals in learning skills and strategies for managing symptoms of anxiety and depression more effectively. For more information on this program please visit the website: https://www.onlinetherapyuser.ca
Alternatives to Violence
This program is offered in a group setting for men who have been
This service is accessed by referral. Psychologists and supervised psychology students provide assessments including cognitive/neuropsychological screening, intellectual assessment, and personality assessment in order to help confirm diagnoses, make treatment recommendations, and determine service needs.
Community Recovery Services
Provides case management services to youth, young adults, adult and seniors experiencing early onset psychosis or severe and persistent mental illness with or without co-occurring addictions. Services include assistance with residential needs, family education and support, medication management, support with daily living skills and financial services. Referral to this program must be made by a psychiatrist.
Adult psychiatrists provide a wide array of services including assessments, consultation with other programs, and medication based treatment plans. They also make referrals to other appropriate services as well as facilitate admissions to the Mental Health Inpatient Unit.