Thank you Saskatoon for the generosity you have shown to Family Service Saskatoon!  We are pleased to recognize the following organizations that made donations to provide much needed services and programs to our community:

Centennial Plumbing and Heating;

ICR Charity Classic;

ScotiaMcLeod Charitable Foundation.

Walk In Counselling

Have a problem you need to work through?  Need to talk to someone?  Family Service Saskatoon is offering Walk In Counselling sessions.  There is no cost for the first session.  The sessions are offered on a first come, first served basis during the clinic times.  Clinics are offered at the following locations:

Family Service Saskatoon – Tuesday AND Thursday afternoons – 1:00 to 4:00 pm

AIDS Saskatoon – Tuesday afternoons – 1:00 to 4:00 pm

OUT Saskatoon – Thursday evenings – 5:30 to 8:30 pm

Radius – Wednesday afternoons – 12:30 to 3:30 pm

Call 306-244-0127 for more information

Funding provided by Community Initiatives Fund, Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation, and Saskatoon Community Foundation – YES Grant – thank you!!


Thank you to the Family Service Saskatoon Foundation for hosting Trucktastic 2018!  A fun-filled day was enjoyed by everyone.  Thank you to our sponsors, volunteers, local businesses who donated the big machines as well as their time and to all who came and donated to this worthy cause!!

Local Business Sponsors:

Ace of Carts, ASL Paving, BN Metals, Bikers Against Child Abuse, Brad’s Towing, Camp Tamarack, Canadian Armed Forces, City of Saskatoon, Create Cafe, Discovery Motorsports, Ens Industrial, HAMM Construction, Loraas Disposal, MD Ambulance, Moody’s Equipment, R&D Garden Services, Saskatchewan Rush, Saskatoon Aviation Museum, Saskatoon Police Services, Wyant Group.

Board Member Recruitment

Interested in an Opportunity to be a Board Member?

Family Service Saskatoon is an accredited, non-profit corporation. Its team provides access to affordable counselling and programs so that:
• families have the ability to solve problems without violence;
• families experiencing separation and divorce can transition through that change in a healthier way;
• people in parenting roles have the skills they need to foster healthy relationships;
• youth-at-risk make healthy life choices; and
• the community has access to culturally sensitive services

Go to our programs page for more information:

The board seeks to achieve diversity of our Directors and welcomes information about the minority or diverse perspective that candidates may bring.  Backgrounds in financial, governance, social work, psychology as well as those who can share perspectives from the educational, emergency services/police, and corporate fields will also be considered.  In our commitment to truth and reconciliation we are particularly seeking candidates to provide Indigenous peoples perspective.

Board members are expected to attend monthly board meetings from September through to May, participate in one committee and to attend the Annual General Meeting in June. A board member can expect to spend 3 – 5 hours per month during the months of September through June on board or committee activities.

Nominations to the board of directors are presented by a slate of nominees at the Annual General Meeting in June of each year. If you are interested in serving on the board of Family Service Saskatoon, please submit your resume along with a brief cover letter explaining your interest in Family Service Saskatoon and detailing what perspective or strengths you would bring to the board of directors, to the attention of:

Nominations Committee, Board of Directors:
Family Service Saskatoon
102-506 25 St E, Saskatoon, SK S7K 4A7

Trolls Dance Party

Family Service Saskatoon – Trolls Dance Party!

The party was a HUGE success and was sold out!!!

Thank you to all those that bought tickets and came out to dance the day away!

A huge thank you to our sponsors and to our volunteers.

We truly appreciate the support of our community!!


Intimate Partner Violence Drop-in Group for Women Schedule

Intimate Partner Violence Drop-In Group is for women who have or are experiencing domestic violence or violence in their intimate relationships. The group runs weekly on Tuesdays, 6:00pm-7:30pm and Thursdays, 1:15pm-2:45pm. No registration required. Childcare provided.

Click  IPV  Winter 2018 to 2019 Drop In Topics to see the drop-in topic schedule for Dec 2018 to March 2019.

IPV Drop In Winter 2018 to 2019