Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service

SCIS provides phone, in office and Mobile Crisis 24/7/365 response to over 30,000 individuals and families each year.

Where to find us:


313 Ontario Avenue

Saskatoon, SK

S7K 1S3

(306) 933-6200

Where to find us:

Financial gifts

Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service is the only 24-hr Mobile Crisis Unit serving the people of Saskatoon. Your support helps to deliver this vital service to individuals and families in crisis.

What we need:

Personal Items
Food Items
Household Items
Misc Items

Please note:

Please donate new items to us. We appreciate it! Also, all body wash, shampoo, conditioner, and toothpaste is preferred as FULL SIZE. Again, thank you so much!

How you can help

Financial Donations

Please use this link to donate to us online through Or mail a cheque to payable to: ‘Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service’ to 313 Ontario Avenue, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1S3.

Item Donations

Office hours at SCIS are M-F 8:30am -5:00pm. Please call ahead to let us know you are coming.

More Ways to Help

Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service is a registered non profit, community based organization.

More about us

Community Impact

SCIS provides phone, in office and Mobile Crisis 24/7/365 response to over 30,000 individuals and families each year. Our caring and professional staff offer assessment, intervention and referrals for individuals and families and are available to respond 24 hours a day. We also provide daily intensive support for some of Saskatoon’s most vulnerable citizens.

Financial Breakdown

Financial donations support all three of our service areas: Mobile Crisis Service, Crisis Management Service and Journey Home – Housing First.

Our Philosophy

SCIS provides quality and timely crisis intervention and intensive community support for all Saskatoon Citizens 24 hours each day, 365 days of the year. Established on September 1, 1980, Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service is a non-profit community based organization that provides crisis intervention services to anyone living in Saskatoon who is experiencing distress and needing immediate help.

Programs and Services

Mobile Crisis Service intervenes and manages social, emotional and psychological emergencies for those experiencing acute and ongoing crisis 24 hrs/day on the phone, in the office or community. Crisis Management Service provides intensive community support for people who have significant and enduring mental health challenges. Journey Home provides voluntary participants with the intensive clinical and practical support to secure long term housing.