Support Resources

Quickly navigate through our resource listings below to find what options are available for you in our area. You can also download our resources guide to have a copy of contacts at all times. If you require assistance determining which resource may be right for your situation, please contact us.

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Provincial Partners

Human Trafficking Newsletters

PARTNERS Family Services works hard to help those in need. This year, we want to bring more awareness to Human Trafficking in hopes to better serve and protect our immediate and surrounding communities. Human Trafficking is a topic that is often silenced which can be detrimental to those affec​ted by it. Therefore, PARTNERS Family Services is initiating an awareness campaign to unsilence Human Trafficking and provide better support for the victims, secondary victims, and the communities.


Humboldt Addictions Services
(SHA Intake)

Mondays – 8 pm

Alcoholics Anonymous (Humboldt)

Monday – 8 pm
Tuesday – 7:30 pm
Wednesday – N/A
Thursday – 8 pm
Friday – 7:30 pm
Saturday – 9:30 am

Basic Needs


Humboldt Housing Authority
Housing Supplement

Home away from home for children whose families encounter a crisis. If there is no alternative care available, parents may leave their children while the problem is being solved.

An emergency temporary shelter for women and their children who require safe accommodations.

A safe place to stay while you work through future plans–and a place to turn to by phone if you need someone to talk to about the abuse you have experienced. To set up your stay, or for support and guidance, call and ask to speak to a shelter worker.

Regina Transition House serves the needs of women and children through the provision of safe temporary shelter and support services. They provide education and offer a voice to address family violence.

North East Outreach and Support Services enhances the safety and wellness, and nurtures personal growth of individuals and families affected by domestic and sexualized violence in North Eastern Saskatchewan.

Whether you are a woman fleeing family violence, a family needing transitional or emergency housing, or you are a Newcomer to Canada or the Prince Albert area, we are the place to come. Since 1912 we have been a leading provider of housing and services for the most vulnerable people in our community. Check out what we have to offer.

Prince Albert Safe Shelter
Qu’appelle Haven Safe Shelter
Safe Haven (Yorkton)
Shelwin House (Yorkton)

Humboldt Hotels

Windsor Hotel


Open Tuesdays from 2 – 4 pm

Access through phone appointment

Humboldt Soup Kitchen

Tuesdays from 5 – 6 pm

Income Assistance/Employment Resources

Income Assistance (Lisa Aasen – Melfort)

Tuesdays 10 am – 3 pm

Wednesdays and Thursdays 8:30 am – 4 pm (closed from 12 – 12:30 pm)

Humboldt Churches

All Saints Ukrainian Catholic Church
First Baptist Church
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness
Living Word Church International
Renewed Life Ministries (Pentecostal)

Health Care


Cudworth Health Centre
Lanigan District Health Complex
Wynyard District Health Complex


Humboldt Medical Clinic
Family Physicians Clinic (Humboldt)
Wakaw Primary Health Clinic
Cudworth Medical Clinic
Bruno Clinic
Watrous Primary Health Clinic
Lanigan & District Medical Clinic
St. Brieux Medical Clinic
Naicam Medical Clinic
Watson Clinic
Quill Lake Health Clinic
Wadena Medical Clinic
Wynyard Clinic


Humboldt Palliative Care
Humboldt Home Care
Lanigan, Watrous, Nokomis Home Care
Wakaw Home Care
Wynyard Home Care
Wadena Home Care
Humboldt Ambulance & Direct Service Admin Line
Wynyard Community Dietician & Occupational Therapy
Wynyard Special Services Bus
Humboldt Public Health
Humboldt Hospital – Therapies

Help Lines

Income Assistance

All applications start with the Contact Centre

Mobile Crisis Service is open to all individuals and is a service without fees.

Caring Crisis Workers, with the professional skills needed to respond effectively to a variety of crises, provide service to the Saskatoon community around the clock. They assess and plan responses to dozens of complex and high-risk calls ranging from domestic violence to suicide prevention to child abuse and more.

If you are in danger or require emergency assistance, dial 911.

If you are in crisis because of a sexual assault-related issue, call our 24-hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line

AIDS Information Line
Farm Stress Line

Legal information for everyone.

The purpose of each PLEA resource is to provide the public with an introduction to a particular area of law. The information PLEA provides is about laws specific to Saskatchewan and Canada. These resources are intended to provide general legal information only and should not form the basis of legal advice of any kind.

HealthLine 811 is a confidential, 24-hour health and mental health and addictions advice, education and support telephone line available to the people of Saskatchewan. It is staffed by experienced and specially trained Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses, and Registered Social Workers.

HealthLine 811 is free. Services are offered in English, with translation available in over 100 languages.

Universal Emergencies
Poison Control

Call for emergency treatment advice for people exposed to all kinds of poisons including: Drugs; Plants; Mushrooms; Pesticides; Snake and spider bites; and Household cleaners and chemicals. This confidential service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year round.

You will receive immediate assessment and treatment recommendations for poison and chemical emergencies by specially-trained poison experts.

You will talk to a real person providing expert advice, information, follow-up, and reassurance.

211 Saskatchewan

211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential, 24/7 service that connects individuals to human services in the province by telephone, text, or web chat, plus a searchable website with over 5,000 listings of social, community, non-clinical health, and government services across the province.

In addition to searching on the 211 Saskatchewan website, individuals can now call 2-1-1, text 2-1-1 or go online to chat with trained professionals to help find and navigate services they need. This access to community, health and government services is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Over 175 languages, including 17 Indigenous languages, are available over the phone.


RCMP Detachments

Victim Services

Humboldt Victim Services
Parkland Victim Services (Yorkton)
Prince Albert Victim Services
Regina Region Victim Services
Regina Victim Services
Saskatoon Victim Services

Legal Aid

Legal Aid Saskatchewan provides a range of legal services to low-income individuals in Saskatchewan in the areas of family and criminal law.

Those who are eligible can access the service of one of our experienced lawyers located throughout the province of Saskatchewan.

Rural Legal Aid
Melfort Aid Commission
Prince Albert Area Office
Regina City Area Office
Regina Rural Area Office
Saskatoon City Area Office
Saskatoon Rural Area Office
Yorkton Area Office

The Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA) is a non-profit, non-government organization that exists to educate and inform the people of Saskatchewan about the law and the legal system.

PLEA is different from a lawyer’s office or a legal aid clinic in that it provides general information on the law rather than legal advice for a specific problem. PLEA produces publications on many areas of the law and makes them available to the public at no charge.

Mental Health

Mental Health Services

Humboldt Mental Health Intake
Lanigan, Nokomis, Strasbourg, Watrous, Wynyard


Deborah Bryson

Individual, Family and Marriage Counsellor Consultant

Humboldt Mental Health Intake

Report Abuse

Child Protection

Ministry Social Services Child and Family Programs (Saskatoon)
Emergency Child Abuse Intake Crisis Line – Rural
Family Services (Child Protection) Intake - Saskatoon

Abuse can also be reported to your local police/RCMP detachment, Mobile Crisis lines or local First Nations Child and Family Service Agency

Senior Abuse & Neglect Report Lines

Prince Albert Mobile Crisis
Regina Mobile Crisis
Saskatoon Mobile Crisis


Horizon School Division

Has Central Office in Humboldt. There are 41 Schools in Horizon School Division.

Greater Catholic School Division

Has 2 schools located in Humboldt:


St. Peter’s College is a small, rural college affiliated with the University of Saskatchewan, that offers first year of university programming in Arts & Science, Engineering, Education, Edwards School of Business, and Kinesiology. All St. Peter’s College programming is offered in a small, face-to-face environment, where students and faculty build relationships to support the student’s success. St. Peter’s College is a great fit for all individuals interested in full-time, part-time or casual studies. St. Peter’s College provides free career counseling to all individuals; whether you are interested in attending St. Peter’s College, a different institution, or pursuing a career path and are not sure where to start; we support all individuals identify the correct path for them so they can achieve their desired career.

Carlton Trail Regional College is a publicly funded regional college with four campuses in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. The college provides post-secondary education to predominantly rural and smaller communities northeast of Saskatoon.

Preschools/Day Care

Humboldt Co-operative Preschool

Other Schools in Service Area

Other Resources

Community Services

Saskatoon Health Region
Humboldt & District Food Bank

Open Tuesdays 2–4 pm

Sask Central Victim Services

Helping victims of crime and traumatic events through support, information, advocacy, and referral. Referrals for our services are accepted by self-referring individuals, 3rd parties, and by RCMP.

As Canada’s leading child and youth mentoring charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential, both as individuals and citizens. Offering community-based and school-based programming for children aged 5-15.

HDCS seeks to assist in discovering and implementing community-based responses to the needs of individuals with challenges. This may include meeting individual and community needs for advocacy, employment, education/training, respite, recreation, residential, and social opportunities.

Safe Communities Humboldt & Area

Provides a variety of injury prevention and awareness programs for area citizens. Our mission is to eliminate injuries while promoting a culture of safety through the promotion of injury prevention programs and education.

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Open Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm

Humboldt Community Gathering Place

The Community Gathering Place is a community center that hosts a wide variety of events and programs for people of all walks of life and all ages.

Triple P is an evidenced base program that has various levels of programs that will adapt to the needs of each individual parent. Seminars, discussion groups, one on one programming, and a more intensive group program can be offered. PARTNERS has 2 trained practitioners, who are available to offer programming as the needs of the parents/caregivers in Humboldt and surrounding communities come forth.

Futuristic Industries provides opportunities for people with disabilities to participate fully in the community. They provide vocational training, recreational opportunities, residential support, employment support, community involvement and individual programs.

Futuristic Industries provides opportunities for people with disabilities to participate fully in the community. They provide vocational training, recreational opportunities, residential support, employment support, community involvement and individual programs.

Welcome Wagon

If you are new to the community call Humboldt’s local Welcome Wagon representative to receive a free gift basket.

Other Community Services

Good Neighbour Store

Wednesday to Saturday 9am – 5 pm

Before you can book the Mobility Van you need to fill out an initial application form and submit it to City Hall. Priority is given to those needing the van for essential services related to work or medical appointments. This service is provided Mon-Fri from 8 am – 5 pm.

Monday-Friday 8 am – 5 pm

24 Hours Emergency Service

Tuesday to Saturday 1 pm – 5 pm

St. Mary's Villa

Special care home for 85 residents owned and operated by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

Wednesday & Thursday 8:30 am – 4 pm (closed from 12 – 12:30 pm)

Behiel Tax & Accounting

Surrounding Area Organizations

Click on the title link for government-licensed child care in Humboldt.

Vision: A community that values and supports people of all gender identities, expressions, and sexualities.

Mission: OUT Saskatoon believes in the equity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, two spirit, intersex, and queer people. We provide peer support and counseling, queer-specific education and resources, outreach, social gatherings and events, community referrals, and sexual health services. We support body, mind and spirit within a growing and changing community.

We are sustained by our dedicated volunteers, staff, and board members, as well as by partnerships with all levels of government, charitable organizations, community foundations, corporations, and individual stakeholders.

At the Inn, people access breakfast, lunch, a family worker, as well as information on topics ranging from health to the law. We offer programs such as a weekly cribbage tournament, tutoring for kids, and parenting classes.

To collaborate with PATHS members, and to provide research, program development, awareness, and education on interpersonal violence to all.

BridgePoint Center for Eating Disorders, a provincial resource, provides program options that include intensive rehabilitation, recovery, and healing for people who are experiencing eating disorders.

The Saskatoon Sexual Assault and Information Centre exists to contend with sexual violence and its effects upon individuals and the community.

Family violence affects us all. It has negative social, financial and health impacts on those directly involved, as well as on their friends and family, colleagues, community and society at large.

What is Family Violence?

Family violence is the abuse of one family member by another. Women, men and children can all be victims of family violence. Older family members can be abused by their adult children. Family violence may take many different forms and include physical abuse, mental and emotional abuse, sexual abuse, intimidation, financial abuse and threat.

Transition Houses

The following women’s shelters are funded to provide emergency accommodation and support for women and their children.

STOPS to Violence

STOPS is a provincial network of individuals and organizations from a broad variety of sectors including government, community, public and private sectors.

Funding For Children

Jumpstart Charities gives kids a sporting chance. Find applications online or visit PARTNERS Family Services.

KidSport is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18 and under. Find applications online by clicking the link or visit PARTNERS Family Services

Connects children and youth to unique, life-changing artistic and cultural experiences in their community. We provide financial support to Saskatchewan families so all kids have an opportunity to participate in creative activities like drama, art, dance, heritage, and music. Find applications online by clicking the link or visit PARTNERS Family Services