Community services/Immediate assistance

If you are in need of immediate, emergency help:

211 Saskatchewan Provincial Hotline:

Visit or text or dial 211 for the provincial hotline for assistance information.

Assistance is also provided in our community by a number of groups and agencies:

The Bridge 306-382-2855 – Provides soup during regular hours

EGADZ Youth Drop-in Centre 306-931-6644 – Serves those under 20; provides diapers and formula in emergency situations in exchange for clean up, open Monday-Saturday

Saskatoon Food Bank 306-664-6565 – Provides food staples once every 2 weeks, must apply in person

Friendship Inn 306-242-5122 Website: -Provides two meals at breakfast and lunch, every day of the year; provides food, formula and diapers depending upon supply

Salvation Army 306-244-6280 – Provides a range of basic services for those not already receiving financial government support

St. John Bosco Catholic Church 306-652-1045 – Provides small emergency hampers to those in parish boundaries

Westside Community Clinic 306-664-4310 – Health services; orders for Good Food Box; Soup on Sunday’s from 1-3 p.m.

Saskatoon Pregnancy Options Centre – Provides support, education and acceptance to women and their families who are experiencing unplanned pregnancy. Contact Cathy LaFleche at (306) 665-7550 or email: or visit the website at:

Victory Church 306-664-6388 – Provides emergency hampers, open Tuesday 1-2 pm