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Box 2003
Weyburn, Saskatchewan
S4H 2Z9
Tel: (306) 842-8399
For General Inquiries:
info@schr.sk.ca

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Domestic Violence Program

The Alternatives to Violence Program provides:

• Individual therapy sessions for individuals (18+ years) who are violent with their partners.
• ATV groups are held (when numbers warrant) in Weyburn, Estevan, and Carlyle.
• Educational sessions that define abuse, the origins of abuse, beliefs and attitudes about abuse, and learning ways to stop the abuse.
• Learning about the effects of abuse on children, women, and men.
• Learning communication and problem solving skills.
• Learning self-care and how to have a healthy relationship and family life
• Advocacy of good mental health through public education and promotion.
• Consultations and referrals to the appropriate service agencies as required.

Sex offender program
• Provided to those adults (18+ years) who have committed sexual offences.

 

Obtaining Service

• Contact the Intake Worker at 306-842-8665; collect calls are accepted, or call toll free 1-800-216-7689. • Referral agents can contact the Intake Worker.

Contacts:

Addiction Services
Estevan: (306) 637-2422
Weyburn: (306) 842-8693
Kipling: (306) 736-2363

Mental Health Clinics: 

   
Estevan Mental Health
St.
Joseph’s Hospital
1174 Nicholson Road
P.O. Box 5000-202
Estevan SK
S4A 2V6
Ph: (306) 637-3610
Weyburn Mental Health Services
Community Health Services Building

900 Saskatchewan Drive
P.O. Box 2003

Weyburn
SK
S4H 2Z9

Ph: (306) 842-8665 or
1-800-216-7689
 

 

Kipling Mental Health Clinic
Box 420
Kipling SK
S0G 2S0
Ph: (306) 736-2638

Arcola Mental Health Clinic
Box 419
Arcola SK
S0C 0G0
Ph: (306) 455-2159

Confidentiality

Services are confidential with the following exceptions: • The client authorizes information to be released. • When ordered by the Courts. • When child abuse or neglect is suspected. • When self harm or harm to others may occur. • Current and former partner(s) may be contacted.