We’re here for you
Finding support can often feel challenging for 2SLGBTQ people. We’re here to help!
Connect with Elise, OUTSaskatoon’s Community Support Advocate
Elise will provide a listening ear and work with you at your own pace in determining what your needs and goals are. They can help connect you to affirming, appropriate supports and/or advocate on your behalf.
Connect with Iris, OUTSaskatoon’s Counsellor
Iris provides free individual, partner, and family counselling. You can either call to book a counselling session (306) 665-1224, or book it yourself online.
File a Report
If you choose to file a report, it’s completely up to you. You don’t have to. You have the right to bring a person with you for support when filing a report. If you’re looking for support or have questions about the process, Elise is able to assist you.
Reporting laws around children
If you believe a child may be neglected or abused, you have a legal responsibility to immediately report your concerns.
Here are a few resources that may be helpful. We’re also happy to connect you with these resources if you’d prefer to connect with OUTSaskatoon first.
Saskatoon sexual assult & information centre
24-Hour Crisis Line | Individual & Group Counselling | Survivor Assistance
If you’ve experienced sexual violence, Saskatoon Sexual Assault & Information Centre can provide support.
(306) 244-2294 | ssaic.ca
Ussu pride centre
Peer Support & Programming | References and Referrals
(306) 966-6615 | Website
Out Saskatoon’s Q-List
A list of 2SLGBTQ friendly services in Saskatchewan
Saskatoon crisis intervention service
If you’re looking for crisis support, please connect with Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service. They intervene and manage social, emotional and psychological emergencies for people experiencing acute and ongoing crisis 24 hours each day, 365 days of the year in Saskatoon.
UR Pride Regina
Individual & Family Counselling
(306) 586-8811 Ext. 207 | urpride.ca