211 Saskatchewan

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211 Saskatchewan

211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential, province-wide service that provides information and referrals for local community resources.

 Individuals and service providers can access this service every day of the year and at any time of day.

With over 5,000 listings of services across the province, you can choose from the category that matches your area of need or interest. Category examples include: Refugees and Immigrants, Mental Health and Addictions, Employment/Training and many others.

Access to 211 Saskatchewan is easy!

You can use any of the following options to connect:

When you call, text, or webchat, you will immediately be connected with a caring community advisor who can assist you with your search. When you call 211, that community navigator can assist you in over 100 languages, including 17 Indigenous languages. A listing of the languages available can be found here.  

If you would like more information on how the service works, or would like materials to promote 2-1-1 within your organization and to your clients, please contact us at !


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