211 Saskatchewan [www.sk.211.ca] is a free, confidential, and searchable online directory of services in Saskatchewan. The service is funded by the United Ways of Regina and Saskatoon and provides listings for over 5000 social, community, non-clinical health, and government services across Saskatchewan.
Access the website from a mobile phone, a tablet, or any internet-connected computer including those at public libraries throughout the province of Saskatchewan.
To use the service:
Enter www.sk.211.ca in the browser location then search for resources by category or by topic.
Search by category:
On the website main page, choose a category of interest such as Newcomer Services and click on the picture/icon for that service.
When the Need Your Location window pops up, enter your postal code or the city/town/village name, click a button next to an area of interest or select All, then press SUBMIT.
Search by topic:
Use the Service Search midway down the main page, enter a Search Word, your Location, then press Search to find resources that match a program/service name using a term that you understand.
A default of 5 resources per page (listed by program/service name) appears for the selected category or topic request. Modify the # of results (just above the grey bar on the upper right of the screen) to see more or all resources on a single page.
Click on the program/service name that best suits your search to find eligibility requirements, contact information, where the program/service is offered (a map pinpoints the location), hours of operation, if the location is wheelchair accessible, and more.
To print either the resource listing or the specific program/service listing, click Print in the red box in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to order communication materials.