Programs / For Men

Adult Depression & Anxiety Group

Registration Registration Required
Fees $125
Contact Receptionist
Contact Email [email protected]
Contact Phone 306-244-0127

This closed group will be 6 weeks with 2 hour sessions each week. The group will be a combination of psychoeducation, group activities, and exercises to complete at home.

Some topics that will be covered include an introduction to anxiety & depression and the effects it has in the body and the brain, how to manage symptoms, assertiveness skills, and more.

There will be a pre-group interview.

Community Counselling

Registration Registration Required
Fees Based on sliding scale
Contact Intake Counsellor
Contact Email [email protected]
Contact Phone 306-244-0127

Counselling services available individuals, couples, families and groups. Confidential, professional assistance for those experiencing personal difficulties, life transitions, family crises, work or community concerns. Fees are based on income and family size.

Men’s Working Group for Respectful Relationships- A Narrative Group for Men

Registration Registration Required
Fees 1500
Contact Helene Davis
Contact Email [email protected]
Contact Phone 306-244-0127

This group is for men who want to end their intimate partner violence and build respectful relationships. The narrative therapy group creates conversations with men about their values as well as their knowledge and skills to stop abuse and build respectful relationships. The group runs every other Saturday for 5 Saturdays from 9:00 -4:00 pm.

Self or professionals referrals are accepted. Pre-group interviews are required. Group is offered two to three times per year. Intakes ongoing.

 

For more information or to donate to the Men’s Working Group for Respectful Relationships

Domestic Violence Court Case Workers

Registration Registration Required
Fees Free
Contact Alana Gardiner
Contact Email [email protected]
Contact Phone 306-975-8212

Family Service Saskatoon employs three Domestic Violence Court Caseworkers. These workers ensure that victims of domestic violence are supported from the point of first contact to the complete resolution of their court case. Court caseworkers provide various supports such as court updates, trial support, reports to assess requests for changes to release conditions, advocacy, and referrals to other services offered in Saskatoon.