To talk to somebody about services in the region please call the Sunrise Health Region Mental Health and Addictions Services office:
Toll free: 1-888-989-8444
Mental Health Services works in co-operation with various non-government community-based organizations such as the Society for the Involvement of Good Neighbours (SIGN), the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Parkland Alcohol and Drug Abuse Society (PADAS), Shelwin House and school systems, to co-ordinate the delivery of mental health services in the region.
Sunrise Health Region staff includes Child and Youth Workers, Behaviour Management Consultants, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers, Community Mental Health Nurses, Psychiatric Nurses, Registered Nurses, and Therapists.
If you are accessing mental health services at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre, click here to view a map identifying the different buildings as well as designated parking areas.
Adult Community Services
Appointments on an outpatient basis can be obtained by self-referral, through family doctors, and the courts.
Often arrangements can be made for services to be provided at one of our community clinics to reduce travelling time for those who live outside Yorkton. Individual, couple, family and group counseling services, as well as psychological testing services, are provided.
Child and Youth Services
Specialized services are provided for those under 18 years of age and their families.
The services provided include individual and family counseling, assessment, consultation, community development, public education, court-ordered assessment and treatment, and youth suicide intervention.
These services are available at a number of community clinics in addition to the Yorkton Mental Health Centre. Parents or others directly involved with a child or youth can refer children for counseling services by contacting the Child and Youth intake worker at the Yorkton Mental Health Centre.
An Activity Therapy Program is provided for both inpatients and outpatients through the operation of a craft woodwork shop. A day program is held at the Yorkton Mental Health Centre Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The program is designed for those who require ongoing support and life skills training which will enable them to live more independently and successfully in their community.
Community Rehabilitation Nurses are available to provide follow-up and an Approved Home Program is available for individuals who are not able to live independently. Educational and support groups for families and others are conducted by Rehabilitation Program staff. Referrals can be made by contacting Rehabilitation Services staff.
Mental Health First Aid
Mental Health First Aid courses are offered throughout the year, providing education and tools to assist those developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
For more information and course availability, please visit the Mental Health First Aid website or contact Kara Molnar at 306-786-0576 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part-time Mental Health Clinics
These clincs are conducted at the following locations:
- Canora Hospital
- Esterhazy Town Office Provincial Building
- Good Spirit School Division Building (Child and Youth)
- Foam Lake Health Centre
- Invermay Health Centre
- Kamsack Hospital
- Kamsack Public Health Office
- Crowstand Centre (Child and Youth)
- Keeseekoose First Nation
- Cote First Nation
- Langenburg Health Care Complex
- Melville and District Health Centre
- Melville Saul Cohen Family Resource Centre
- Norquay Health Centre
- Preeceville Hospital
- Preeceville Town Office Building (Child and Youth)
- Ituna Wellness Centre
- Neudorf Wellness Centre
In-home mental health rehabilitation services are provided in Buchanan, Kuroki, Rhein, Sturgis, Calder, MacNutt, Saltcoats, Theodore, Churchbridge, Pelly, Springside and Willowbrook.